Acting (II)

The 'advanced' training of the various basic skills of actors (physical movement, voice, concentration, imagination...) trains performers to complete their self-study work, and enter the stage of 'script research and role playing'. Students are required to carry out such assignments as modeling role analysis of role autobiography according to the role creation method.
Performance demonstrations: epic theater, farce, absurd drama, classical romantic drama, comedy, slapstick comedy, one of each representative play is chosen, using two-people counterbalanced plays as exercise teaching materials, with three types of play each semester.