Acting For Film One Year Program In the first part of the semester, students begin to build the foundation of their craft through a broad array of classes that incorporate both traditional stage performance, as well as film performance techniques and concepts. Acting Technique This class is an introduction to the various well-known acting techniques of the Master Acting Teachers. The classes begin with basic ensemble acting games and warm-ups. Students first explore the work of Konstantin Stanislavski, then move to the Method, briefly discussing the role of Sanford Meisner, then continue to the work of Lee Strasberg (sense and emotional memory), Stella Adler (absolute belief in given circumstances), Michael Chekhov (the psychological gesture), Jerzy Grotowski (physical approach/"outside in"), Anne Bogart (viewpoints) and Tadashi Suzuki. The classes also include a brief historical background of each of the Masters, as well as a discussion of the development of each of his/her techniques.
Audtion Requirements for Actors On this page: THE 2015 APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 1, 2014. Please check back after September 1 for complete details regarding the 2015 admissions process. Programs and Eligibility for Acting Applicants The Juilliard School Drama Division’s Actor Training Program offers a four-year conservatory program leading to one of the following: a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (with Liberal Arts requirements) for students who have not previously completed a bachelor's degree;an undergraduate Diploma (without Liberal Arts requirements) only for students who request specific permission from the Office of Admissions (Statistics and other disclosure information for non-degree diploma programs can be found here
Test Requirements Required Testing The ACT Plus Writing or the SAT (Critical Reading, Math and Writing) is required. Official scores from all test dates must be sent to Stanford directly from the ACT or the College Board (the reporting agency for the SAT) or both if the applicant has taken the ACT and the SAT.
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Department of Theatre and Dance The UAA Theatre program offers a well-rounded liberal arts approach in its curriculum, with courses covering all the basic areas of theatrical endeavor, including acting, directing, stagecraft, scene design, lighting, costuming, makeup, dramatic literature, theatre history, dramatic theory and criticism, and playwriting. Production is at the very center of our award-winning theatre program. Each season UAA theatre produces four plays on its convertible thrust Mainstage, and many one act or full-length plays in the student directed second stage program.
Course Requirements Applicants must have received an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university by the time of matriculation. The institution must have been accredited at the time of Stanford's application deadline. Minimum course requirements for admission to the school are consonant with the requirements of the state of California for purposes of licensure: Biological sciences (one full academic year) Chemistry (Two full academic years, including organic chemistry) Physics (the equivalent of one full academic year) Each of these subjects must include the appropriate laboratory work. Audition - myCampus All applicants to the San Francisco Conservatory of Music must complete an audition. The following instrument areas require a prescreen recording, which is reviewed by faculty to determine if the applicant will be invited to a live audition at the Conservatory or at a regional site: chamber music, composition, conducting, piano and voice. For more information, review our prescreen requirements. Audition Procedures Auditions for the San Francisco Conservatory of Music occur in one of three manners: a live audition at the Conservatory, an audition at a regional site, or a final audition recording. Live auditions are recommended for all applicants and are required for certain instrument areas.
Acting Programs On this page: B.F.A. Program The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama is a four-year conservatory program in actor training.