|Year of offer||2019|
|Subject level||Undergraduate Level 3|
|Fees||Subject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date|
This subject extends the actor in generative and interpretative stage and screen projects. Students adapt and reframe the skills they have acquired, and integrate them to performance in contemporary generative and/or classical material led by external professional artists. Actors begin to refine their capacity to excel in stage and screen production processes via the integrated development, rehearsal, performance and evaluation of executed material(s). Students refine their own training methodology via intense training exercises and interpretive rehearsal processes.
This subject includes an opportunity for students to participate in a non-compulsory two-week supervised overseas study program in Bali, Indonesia in intercultural training techniques in January.
Intended learning outcomes
- Integrate skills in acting, movement and voice in performance contexts
- Integrate effective capacities to assert self, work autonomously and collaboratively within the ensemble
- Adapt aesthetic, technical and creative frameworks in a range of performance applications.