Intermediate Theatrical Acting
These courses aim to guide students to develop acting techniques and inner strengths through acting exercises and the journey of self-discovery. Participants will experience the inevitable linkages between drama and reality, and will be encouraged to apply their theatrical experiences and acting techniques to their daily lives, including their individual roles at work or within their families. These courses will culminate in an informal presentation and evaluation in the final session, offering opportunities for participants to apply what they have learned in the courses.
The Intermediate course is suitable for participants with some theatrical experience. The course emphasises more sophistically on working organically and interactively as a group. Through an assortment of acting exercises, physical work and monologue / scene work rehearsals, participants will learn how to enter into different characters by deploying different psychophysical experiences, and find a way to unite their mind and body, both as a person and as a character.
Through script analysis, theatrical exercises, and cast setting exercise, participants will learn how to understand the script, and intention of playwright, and the psychological interactions between casts. Participants will also learn how to use various materials to inspire the creative process in theatre. At the end of the course, there will be a two-hour session for participants will present their scene work, and share with the audience about their creative processes. Friends and families are welcome to join this session and share participants’ achievements.
Applicant must read EXCEL’s enrolment terms and conditions on http://excel.hkapa.edu/enrolment-terms-and-conditions
02 Jan 2021 - 27 Mar 2021
- No Class Date
9 Jan 2021; 13 Feb 2021; 6 Mar 2021
16:00 pm - 18:30 pm