Kathryn M. Castner

Kathryn M. Castner, Oral Interpretation of Literature, Fall 2014

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Required Texts:

-Oral Interpretation (12th Edition) by Timothy Gura and Charlotte Lee, ISBN: 0205582869

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Kathryn M. Castner, Acting 1, Fall 2014

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

-Acting is Believing by Charles McGaw, Larry Clark, and Kenneth Stilson

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Kathryn M. Castner, Acting 1, Spring 2013

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

Acting Onstage and Off by Robert Barton

Syllabus: 
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Kathryn M. Castner, Modern Acting Theory, Spring 2013

Course Description:

Students will first learn some of the major acting theories and perspectives of character development from the 20th century . Then students will apply these theories through scene work, monologues, and original projects.

Required Texts:

-To the Actor by Michael Chekhov
-And Then You Act by Anne Bogart
-The Actor’s Art and Craft by Esper
-An Actor’s Handbook by Constantin Stanislavski

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Kathryn M. Castner, Acting 1, Fall 2012

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

Acting Onstage and Off by Robert Barton

Syllabus: 

Kathryn M. Castner, Oral Interpretation of Literature, Fall 2012

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Required Texts:

Oral Interpretation (12th Edition) by Timothy Gura and Charlotte Lee ISBN: 0205582869

Kathryn M. Castner, Acting 1, Fall 2013

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

Acting Onstage and Off by Robert Barton

Syllabus: 
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PDF icon Castner - THEA 1502 - Acting 1.pdf77.8 KB

Kathryn M. Castner, Oral Interpretation of Literature, Fall 2013

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Required Texts:

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