DRS421H5 • Acting 7

Campus
Sheridan
Description

(Offered at Sheridan College) Work on Voice, Text, and Movement continues at an advanced level. Solo Singing, Senior Voice, Character Mask, Dance for Actors, and an Introduction to Sword are included (components may vary with the availability of Guest Instructors). Regular half-hour Tutorials continue, with emphasis on the development of individual audition material. Professional Practice classes include cold reading, mock auditions, and the realities of acting as a business. Styles include Acting for the Camera and other Media Workshops, as well as classes that could range from the Greeks to the Absurdists.

Prerequisites
DRS322H5 and DRS326H5 and 1.0 DRE credit at 300 level
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