PERF07014 2013 Acting 5 Playing to an Audience
Year 3 seeks to integrate the ensemble focus of Year 1 and the learners' individual development of Year 2 into a coherent rehearsal and performance practice. Students will prepare for and rehearse a full-length play and perform it to an audience.
On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;
demonstrate a high level of professional conduct
demonstrate a well-grounded knowledge and understanding of the world of the playwright, the world of the play and the style of presentation required by the director
display an appropriate and fully developed characterisation
select appropriate choices from a range of voice and movement skills
collaborate as an active member of an integrated ensemble
consistently demonstrate the high levels of energy and vitality necessary to sustain and support the work at all times and the ability to develop a part through rehearsal into performance and from one performance to the next
show the ability to relate to an audience
document, reflect on and evaluate the creative process and personal progression
Research into the world of the playwright and the play.
Close textual examination of character, relationships and actions.
Research into the performance history of the selected play. Exploration of staging modes.
Rehearsal and performance
Further development of the individual actor's physical, vocal, emotional, psychological and intellectual means and work on all aspects of the actor's process.
Coursework & Assessment Breakdown
|Title||Type||Form||Percent||Week||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
|1||Continuous Assessment||Continuous Assessment||UNKNOWN||30 %||OnGoing||1,2,3,4,5,6|
|2||Practical Evaluation||Continuous Assessment||UNKNOWN||60 %||End of Term||3,4,5,6,7|
|3||Continuous Assessment Reflective Practice Journal||Continuous Assessment||UNKNOWN||10 %||OnGoing||2,8|
Black Box space
Break away rehearsal space
Full support for the production of the show: set, costume, music, props, lights, sound, technical support