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Theater Studies
Course Description

THS 106
Acting Fundamentals II
Spring

This course gives students practical experience in preparing, rehearsing, and performing scenes from a play. Text analysis, character development, script scoring, and other process-oriented techniques will be used. Scene work will enable students to practically apply the vocabulary and building blocks of acting.

Course Credit:
2

Instructor(s):
Staff

Prerequisite:
THS 004

Note(s):
Limit sixteen students.

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P: 510.430.2175
F: 510.430.3272
E: theater@mills.edu

Last Updated: 3/25/14