The School of Theatre, Television, and Film provides high quality education for undergraduate and graduate students that emphasizes excellence in the arts and technology, grounded in theoretical and historical foundations. The School’s faculty supports students as they work to realize their potential as artists, scholars, leaders, and global citizens. Our academic community celebrates cultural diversity and promotes social equality. We pursue the aspects of this mission through both conceptual explorations and practical experience in the disciplines represented in our School: live performance and the screen arts. TTF courses combine concept and craft to lead students from critical analysis through problem solving to practical action and the production of creative and critical outcomes.
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a. Express thoughts and emotions through physical poses and gestures.
b. Alter their physicality in response to external stimuli
Identify the dramatic elements of a play script including: character, plot, given circumstances, environment
Synthesize content (from dramatic literature or another source) to create performances in which the given circumstance, a vibrant emotional inner life, and a clear character arc are evident
Synthesize content (from dramatic literature or another source) as well as external stimuli and contact with / input from other performers to create spontaneous performance.