Music Theatre Experience 3 furthers training in voice production, dance and acting to create the multi-skilled embodied music theatre performer. This unit further develops skills and embodiment techniques requisite for professional practice. Students deepen their study of acting and dance/movement and develop greater proficiency in core skills related to the healthy production of sound, physical movement and character in an ensemble context. Embodied work in dance includes ballet, theatre-jazz, modern and tap. This course also provides detailed work on acting methods including Laban, Stanislavski, and Uta Hagen as well as methods developed by Yeo and specific to the use of voice and embodiment on the music theatre stage.
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