Acting 2: Approaches to Text
East 15 Acting School
Undergraduate: Level 4
Monday 13 January 2020
Friday 20 March 2020
10 September 2019
Requisites for this module
CERXW410 Theatre Arts,
CERXW410ST Theatre Arts
This module explores classical texts and characters. You will begin to establish approaches to textual analysis, building on the work of EA001-0-AU. You will use research, improvisation and other performance means, to assist in the creation of truthful characters.
The module culminates in an assessed studio showing.
- To provide students with the ability to:
- Better understand texts and character
- Use textual analysis as performance preparation
- Create truthful characters
- Students will be able to demonstrate:
- The development of professional potential: Discipline, extending range, focus, presence and personal contribution
- Commitment, energy and positive attitude
- Creative inventiveness
- Increased flexibility and sensitivity to change
- Increased ability to act upon notes
- Greater understanding of ensemble acting: adaptability, generous participation in all stages of work, awareness of relationships
- An awareness of own strengths and weaknesses as an actor and within a project, and ability to accept criticism and act upon it
- Greater textual comprehension and use of actors research: Understanding and interpreting language and plot
- Increased level of performance skills and skills integration.
No additional information available.
- Students work with tutors in group practical classes
- Continuous tutor feedback
- Students receive written summative assessment at the end of the module
- Additional learning is encouraged through improvisation, group discussion and tutor-guided independent study
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.
Module supervisor and teaching staff
East 15 Acting School
Loughton, IG10 3RY
No external examiner information available for this module.
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No lecture recording information available for this module.
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