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TPP2110 Fundamentals of Acting

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3 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring
Prerequisite(s): Suggested ORI 2000  or TPP2120 .
Study of the art of acting, including acting terminology and techniques. Enables the student to achieve greater self-confidence, poise and freedom of expression before an audience. Through in-class training and exercises, the student will be aided in the use of the actor’s tools—the voice and body. Course is appropriate for those interested in acting for self-improvement, enrichment, teaching, mass communications, community theatre work or curiosity about the acting profession. Lecture: 3 hours. Lab: 3 hours.


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