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T-ST 72915 - Shakespeare Text
Shakespeare Text is a continued deepening into freeing the actor’s unique voice, through the vehicle of heightened language. Students will explore the emotional and imaginative content of Shakespeare’s monologues and scene work, as well as the myriad elements of form and structure that allow for the clearest and most eloquent delivery of the text. Studio exercises will focus on bringing the text to life, as well as opening up the body and voice through the continuation and deepening of Linklater voice work, The Alexander Technique, and other training modalities. Extensive learning by heart outside of class is required.

Prerequisites T-ST 3201 / Lecture <min credit = 1.00> or T-ST 3901 / Lecture <min credit = 4.00> or T-ST 3902 / Lecture <min credit = 4.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 1.00
Credit Types Credit

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