DRS321H5 • Acting 5

Campus
Sheridan
Description

(Offered at Sheridan College) Vocal, Physical, and Interpretive Techniques for the developing actor now become more specialized. Unarmed Combat, Period Movement, Contact Improvisation, Ensemble Singing, Intermediate Voice, Professional Practice, and various classical and contemporary styles are included (components may vary with the availability of Guest Instructors). In addition, each student will be scheduled regularly for a half-hour Tutorial to work on acting problems in a one-on-one situation.

Prerequisites
Corequisites
Enrolment Limits
Studio courses are limited by audition to those in the Theatre and Drama Studies Program.
Distribution Requirement
Humanities
Total Instructional Hours
108P
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies