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Summer Classical Theater Intensive: Shakespeare in Performance

Semester and Year SU 2014
Course Number ARTS-UG1042
Section 001
Instructor Ben Steinfeld
Days Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri
Time 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Units 2.0
Level U
Foundation Requirement

Notes/Restrictions

One-week Intensive: June 9 - June 13

Description

Working with Fiasco Theater, this intensive class has two principal goals: to give students training in a variety of acting and performance techniques for the classic stage, and to mobilize those skills towards the interpretation and performance of a Shakespeare play. Each morning will be divided into workshops, which will focus on such topics as: voice and speech, stage combat, clowning, working with verse, physical metaphor, writing and adapting songs for Shakespearean performance, and ensemble games. The afternoon will involve collective rehearsal of the Shakespeare play to be performed on the last day. This intensive will be appropriate for all students interested in the performance of Shakespeare, and attention will be paid to providing opportunities for those most interested in directing or designing as well as acting. All students will participate in all activities, but the focus of each student can include a diversity of roles.

Course Type

Arts Workshops (ARTS-UG)

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