After completion of the course the student must:
The course provides a practice and theory introduction to core knowledge and basic skills and understanding about different forms of theatre. This will emphasize acters and ensemble acting.
This will encompass an introduction to the fundamentals of acting such as voice, movement, collaboration, and presence. During this improvisation and character work as well as different genres of theatre arts will also be explored.
By emphasizing the students’ own development through games, improvisation and character work, the student will gain insight into the actor’s role within a theatre production and an ensemble, while also able to contribute to collaboration and group work in a shared creative process.
Through practical work the students will get to know the theatres work possibilities, methods and techniques. The education will build round collective artistic projects and processes.
The students will gain understanding and build knowledge and experience of the many aspects of theatre production through projects, while also learning ways to decide dramaturgical and stylistic choices. Students will also get the opportunity to experience, describe, and analyze theatre performances.
The teaching of the course is based on an interplay between analysis, practical work, and theoretical reflection. Theory, history, and subject matter terminology is taught in context to performances that the students experience and their own creative projects.
Part of the curriculum is mandatory; details will be shared on Canvas at the start of the semester. Expected workload is 27 hours per credit.
Overview of mandatory assignments will be published on Canvas at the start of the semester
Examination consists of two parts
Evaluation method: Graded by letters.
Faculty of Fine Arts