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A Few Big Assignments
Always Do the Reading
Meetings Outside of Class
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course for Theater majors because this class teaches you how to break down scenes with your partners and how to really put yourself into a scene. It's a very small class of about 10-12 students which makes it easier to get one on one time with the professor. This is a personable class where students grow together to experience truth through theater.
The highlight was that is was a small class. I learned to focus on my scene partner and less on myself which is a beautiful thing because you in life we all want something; so in a scene you need to figure out what you want from the other person. For example if you wanted your partner to feel a certain way, your objective would be to "to get this person to feel..." instead of "to make myself feel." Focusing on your partner and less on yourself is a really good life lesson. It gets you out of your head and makes you be truthful to yourself.
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Personally, I feel students considering this course would want the desire to learn lines and to put themselves out there and not be afraid of "doing it wrong". There is not right or wrong way to do theater. Just be yourself and have fun connecting with people!