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GROUP A acting approaches from some of the greatest Delaware Center for Horticulture & DuPont
THEA 226-710 acting teachers, we will build on this Environmental Center. The estimated field
Fundamentals of Acting I foundation and work with scripted scenes. By trip cost is $10-$15 for all trips. This will
Professor Debra Pelinski the semester’s end, you will present your depend on number of students and
UDACW, Room 429 rehearsed scene to the class. Through our transportation options.
work together, my intention is to enable you
MTWR, 1:30pm – 3:30pm
to create truthful, believable and stage-worthy
________________________________ performances…while experiencing much joy GROUP C
When we think of acting, names of film and in the process. COMM256-710
television stars may come to mind. We may Principles of Communication Theory
believe that acting is a skill that only a few Professor Mortenson
talented people possess. However, sociologist GROUP B
UDDC
and researcher Irving Goffman concluded in PLSC202-710
MTWR, 11:15am - 1:15pm
his groundbreaking book The Presentation of Self Plant Sciences
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in Everyday Life that we are all actors in our Professor Anna Wik
daily life. In each of our interactions with WR, UDDC – 11:15am – 1:05pm In this class, students go beyond merely
other people, we play a role, put on a F, UDACW Rm 415 - 9:20am - 12:55pm exploring theories of communication. They
character mask, and “act” a part. Beginning in ________________________________ also learn how to actively apply concepts and
our earliest years, we naturally playact and ideas to help them better understand
pretend, using the identical skills and abilities Introduction to the history of landscape themselves, their relationships, and the culture
that professional actors hone and develop. We architecture around the world, from pre- they live in. This class focuses on theories
imagine ourselves to be someone different; we history through modern times. In this course that are empowering and useful; that help us
create scenes and relationships that seem as we will be asking the questions: What is become better at listening to others, managing
real to us as our actual lives. In this course, nature? What is landscape? How does conflicts, or giving advice to friends. Students
Fundamentals of Acting, students will once landscape impact human experience and vice learn not only how to improve their
again explore these skills we used as children versa? What are the links between different communication skills, but also how to better
to create imaginary worlds and historical eras of landscape interventions? We manage their own feelings and perceptions
characters. Skills of concentration, will explore how the designed landscape about themselves and others. Through a
imagination, observation, and relaxation will shapes and is shaped by the culture from combination of personality assessments,
be practiced through exercises, in-class which it springs. journal assignments and lively class
activities and improvisation. Studying The course discussions, students are afforded the chance
consists of to better understand their own personal
lectures, communication challenges and are given the
discussions and tools to meet those challenges and grow as
experiential individuals.
learning through
field trips. Field
trips may include
visits to Shofuso Japanese Tea House,
Nemours Mansion, Longwood Gardens,