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Studio Topics Courses (Group B)

Please read the following carefully:

 

  • Students who are eligible for DRM300Y1 can sign up for any TWO of the following Special Topics courses being offered in 2016-17.
  • Space is currently limited to 12 spots per class so register yourself early on Acorn/ROSI.
  • Students applying for DRM403Y1  will need to take 2 of these Studio Topics courses and DRM300Y1 and DRM230Y/DRM220Y; Minimum CGPA of 2.7

 

ON AUGUST 3, 2017 the priority period opens up allowing:

  • DRM300Ys to add a third Topics course to their schedule if they want to take more than two.*
  • Students in their 4th or 5th year who have already completed DRM300Y1 will also be eligible to sign up if there is still space available.

SPECIAL TOPICS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS – 2016-17

 

DRM375H1 Studio Topics: Acting – Clown

This course will focus on the practical aspects of theatrical Clown, while providing an overview of its historical and theoretical development. Through specially devised games, exercises, improvisations, and prepared scene work students will explore: the acting “state” necessary for the clown; clown personae based on their own sense of humour; direct “play” with the audience; “gags” or “schtick”; solo, duo and trio “routines”; and physical comedy. We will investigate the pre-curser to the Clown in ancient Roman Saturnalia, the medieval jester (giullare), and Commedia dell’arte, through to the modern figure of theatrical clown from Shakespeare, silent film, vaudeville, and circus, ending with the state of contemporary clown in the 21st century.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre. See online application for details.

Co or Pre-requisite: DRM300Y1

Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

DRM376H1 Studio Topics: Practicum – Music-Theatre

Mid-twentieth century conventions of European concert music performance and presentation were in the midst of violent upheaval. No longer interested in organizing music using the traditional means of pitch, harmony, and rhythm, many composers began to acknowledge the inherent theatricality of the musician’s performing body. Compositions that emerged during this revolution in a different sort of counterpoint emphasized “spectacle and dramatic impact […] over purely musical factors,” as Robert P. Morgan notes. Drawing inspiration from contemporaneous movements in visual arts, dance, theatre, and opera, music-theatre’s fuzzy trajectory cuts across a wide swath across the last half-century of western performance. This class will take a hands-on approach, combining performance workshops with score study, academic articles, and guest artists to trace interdisciplinary intersections.
Previous experience with instrumental or vocal music performance, or the ability to read music, while relevant and encouraged, is not a pre-requisite.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre. See online application for details.

Co or Prerequisite: DRM300Y1

Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

DRM377H1 Studio Topics: Vocal Presence in Performing

This is a practical research course in Performance skills. The voice lives in the body; the body is revealed through the voice; the heart of the human story resonates through the embodied voice. Participants will explore the connection between vocal and physical impulse, responsiveness and freedom. Principles of Authentic Movement along with Classic Vocal technique for ease, clarity, and range will be practiced for an integrated approach to the performance of classical text. Intended outcomes are increased self awareness, confidence, precision in performance and, dynamic presence to meet the demands of the play and the stage. Bring your curiosity, courage and love for acting. Class work will demand a high degree of physical and emotional participation and will also remain flexible to the needs of the participants.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre. See online application for details.

Corequisite: DRM300Y1

Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

 

DRM378H1 Studio Topics: Acting – Shakespeare

What does ‘heightened text’ mean? Why does a playwright choose to write dialogue in verse? And why Iambic Pentameter?  How do metaphors and images reveal the stakes for a character? What do directors/instructors mean when they say ‘Trust the words’ or ‘Let the words do the work’? This class will help the student of acting to engage with Shakespeare the playwright, rather than Shakespeare the awe-inspiring genius. It will unlock all the gifts of heightened text and use them to liberate the actor, rather than act as a straightjacket.

Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre. See online application for details.

Corequisite: DRM300Y1

Recommended Preparation: DRM220Y1/DRM230Y1

Note for 2017/18: DRM403Y1 Advanced Performance: Mainstage Requirements

This course, taught each year by a different visiting professional theatre director, offers upper-level theatre and performance studies students the opportunity to explore acting in a full-length production. Plays are selected to challenge students in diverse ways, exposing them to a full spectrum of theatre and performance genres and possibilities.

The Application Deadline is March 10th for an audition in April.

Audition Prerequisite: DRM100Y1/DRM101Y1/UNI102Y1; DRM200Y1; Minimum CGPA of 2.7 or permission of the Drama Centre. See online application for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Students who enroll in more than 2 Studio Topics courses before the Priority period ends will be removed from excess classes via Acorn/ROSI.


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