THE 190 - Theatre Rehearsal and Performance
Rehearsal and performance of a full-scale, non-musical theatrical production. Students will be required to examine the history of the production, and through rehearsal, apply theories of acting and performance in preparation for performance in front of a public audience. May be repeated 4 times for 12 credits.
Prerequisite: Audition or permission of instructor.
New SUNY General Education: SUNY - Arts
Retiring SUNY General Education: SUNY-A - The Arts (SART)
MCC General Education: MCC-AH - Arts and Humanities (MAH)
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Discuss the history of the theatrical production including concept, directorial interpretations, and societal influence and impact
2. Analyze the script in regard to character motivation
3. Analyze and apply theories of acting and theatrical performance to develop character according to dramatic action of the play while discerning effective tactics, objectives, and motivation
4. Demonstrate the ability to adjust personal performance according to director’s concept
5. Demonstrate effective theatrical techniques in both rehearsals and performances
6. Describe the hierarchy of a theatrical production, including the responsibilities of the director, stage manager, technical director, actor, and technical staff
7. Use interpersonal skills and professional techniques to work effectively within a theatrical company
Course Offered Fall, Spring