ACV210 - Extending the Actor's Voice

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Subject Title
Extending the Actor's Voice

Subject Description
Using the exercises learned in ACV110 students will gain a deeper understanding of their voices - where their voices are free and expressive and also where there are some restrictions due to stress and tension. Work on increasingly complicated and demanding texts will also help in identifying performance stress patterns. Through exposure to various warm-up techniques students will identify, select and personalize warm-ups that can help to adjust to these patterns in the goal to achieve more effective communication of ideas and emotions.
Pre-requisite: ACV110

Credit Status
Acting for Camera and Voice Diploma

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Reproduce the exercises of a contemporary vocal progression with an increased level of proficiency.
2. Critically reflect on various styles of vocal warm-ups.
3. Synthesize a personalized warm-up using elements explored in ACV110 & ACV210.
4. Identify and demonstrate specific personalized skills for handling performance stress situations.
5. Organize a more refined analysis to Shakespearean text work.

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