Drama 10 is an introductory course intended to develop poise, self-confidence, self control, and the ability to react to an audience. The course concentrates on basic acting technique through theory and practical application. Self-discipline is stressed as the key to drama success. Such topics as concentration, believable action, emotional response, and basic movements are covered. Appreciation for drama as an art form and leisure time activity is stressed.
Drama 30 is a continuation of the Drama 20 program in greater depth and application. Students write, direct, and produce one act plays. The emphasis is on the total process of a dramatic production. Drama 30 may be used as a University of Alberta entrance course in some faculties.
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