Division: Fine Arts, Comm, and New Media
Department: Theater Arts
Course: THEA 2233
Title: Acting for the Camera
Description: Curious how film actors take your breath away, make your hair stand on end, or make your heart melt? In this course you can begin to learn the adjustments and practices most effective for acting in front of the camera, from hitting your mark to the foundational acting techniques, screenwriting structure, production process, internal work, and relationship to the camera.
This course is intended to introduce students to the fundamental techniques, tools, and terminology for screen acting. Expanding upon the fundamentals learned in previous acting classes, Acting for the Camera applies performance work for 'on camera.'