DRA 209: Acting for Musical Theatre
This is a fundamentals in acting for musical theatre course. It covers analysis and application of the performance skills needed by the actor/singer in a musical theatre performance. Through song and scene study, students learn basic acting techniques, including expression of character through vocal and physical performance, staging, character development and emotional expression. The emphasis is on performance, not vocal techniques. This course will appeal to anyone interested in developing their vocal performance and acting skills specifically for musical theatre performance. Students should take this course and MUS 209 in the same semester.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; DRA 152, MUS 204, and MUS 209, minimum grade "C-", may enroll concurrently in MUS 209
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