THEA 3201 Directing I

Students will learn the basic concepts and approaches to directing, including the casting process, effective rehearsal techniques and synthesizing the required elements for successful performance. The class is based on the belief that every script is open to a variety of interpretations that may be best explored and developed collaboratively with an ensemble of actors, designers, and others. Students will learn how to define and shape the core action of scenes and short plays by controlling a variety of textual and visceral elements, and develop their verbal, written, and interpersonal skills as a means to achieve their visions.



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