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TRE 2340: Acting II:Creating Character

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Theater Masks Be sure to read your syllabus carefully so that you know what is expected of you.

Make sure you know the assignment requirements and ask questions if you are unsure about what is expected of you.

 

From Professor Vance:

"On October 1st, you are the professor! Choose one of the following on whom/which to report: Shchepkin, Gogol, Moscow Art Theatre, Pushkin, Ribot, Boleslavsky, Ouspenskaya, Strasberg, or Adler.

Create a ten minute (maximum) dynamic presentation, including pertinent dates, biographical information, and contribution to the art of Acting. As part of your presentation, please provide at least one video example of either the artist’s work or work that has been influenced by them. Submit a Bibliography citing no less than five sources, one of which must be a primary source.

Kindly rehearse your presentation, which you will offer over Zoom on 10/1."

Video for Oxford Encyclopedia

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and PerformanceThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Performance

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