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THTR UN3005 Acting Lab. 3 points.

This is an umbrella course whose offerings will change each year. Some are narrow, some broad; all are designed with several objectives in common, including: a. To focus on a particular genre, playwright,  approach to live performance. b. To develop an interrelated set of conceptual, analytical, and embodiment skills and approaches. Courses typically involve  scene preparation, reading, research, and both individual and group projects, as well as active participation in classroom exercises. c. To develop a sense of the purposes and goals of a specific approach to acting. The acting lab courses are intentionally non-sequential; students with little previous background in acting are strongly encouraged to consider the Acting Workshop and Scene Lab courses. No more than six courses can be taken from the Acting Lab/Advanced Acting Lab offerings during a student's career. Auditions are required for all Acting Labs and will take place the first two evenings of each semester. Each course fulfills one course in Acting requirement for Theatre/Drama and Theatre Arts majors. Please check with the Theatre Department website for specific offerings and audition information.

Spring 2019: THTR UN3005
Course Number Section/Call Number Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
THTR 3005 001/04426 T Th 4:10pm - 6:00pm
118 Milbank Hall
Wendy Waterman 3 7
THTR 3005 002/05687 M W 10:10am - 12:00pm
229 Milbank Hall
Crystal Finn 3 14
THTR 3005 003/05688 M W 10:10am - 12:00pm
Ll200 Diana Center
Gisela Cardenas Ojeda 3 11
THTR 3005 004/03191 M W 12:10pm - 2:00pm
Ll200 Diana Center
Sharon Fogarty 3 7