Spring 2023 Theatre Arts AT6517 section 001

SPEECH III

Call Number 14580
Day & Time
Location
F 10:00am-12:50pm
6 NASH BUILDIN
Points 2
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Elizabeth Hayes
Type STUDIO
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description

In this course, students will continue their individual development of greater ownership, expression and embodiment of heightened (mostly Shakespeare’s) text. The objective of this course is for students to practice landing heightened text with honesty and clarity, uniting the Givens and the Imaginatives. “It’s not about making it right, it’s about making it ALIVE.” 

Students will:

  • (Continue to) refine their articulation skills via a strong working knowledge of the IPA and corresponding Lexical Sets
  • Dance along the fine line between control and freedom of their muscles of articulation in order to share complicated thoughts and speak heightened language with invisible technique
  • Unpack and investigate texts in order to marry structure with meaning
  • Interpret texts with Musiclarity – the musicality of the language supporting the clarity of the thought
  • Play with passion, curiosity, specificity and humanity.
Web Site Vergil
Department Theatre Arts
Enrollment 16 students (18 max) as of 10:07AM Saturday, May 25, 2024
Subject Theatre Arts
Number AT6517
Section 001
Division School of the Arts
Open To Schools of the Arts
Campus Morningside
Fee $50 Theatre Division C
Section key 20231THEA6517R001