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Improvisational Acting


Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12

Length of Course: Semester

Pre-requisite: Beginning Acting or Teacher Recommendation

Credit: 1/2 Elective

Course Overview: Students are given a basic knowledge of acting techniques, specifically the concept of developing and improving one's craft through the art of improvisation. Various acting exercises will be explored with specific emphasis on character development and improvisation as a viable performance genre. Several evening presentations per semester are required, as well as a minimum amount of after school work. Students may repeat this course for credit if space is available. First time students have a priority.

 

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