DRS221H5 • Acting 3


(Offered at Sheridan College) Half of this course will continue and build upon the work begun in first year in Voice, Text, and Movement. The other half will be an Introduction to Scene Study, including character analysis for the actor, with realistic material from the Canadian and International repertoire. The student will be assigned a minimum of 75 hours of production-related duties outside class time over the year; typical tasks are concentrated in 3- to 9-week periods and may include evenings and/or Saturdays.

At least 4.0 credits including DRS121H5 and DRS122H5 and (DRE121H5 or ENG121H5) and (DRE122H5 or ENG122H5)
At least one of DRE200H5 or DRE220H5 or DRE222H5 or DRE240H5 or DRE242H5 or DRE244H5 or DRE246H5
Studio courses are limited by audition to those in the Theatre and Drama Studies Program.
In Class
Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies