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    Columbia College Chicago
   
 
  Feb 20, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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31-1210 Improvisational Techniques I


This course is a study of improvisation that is rooted in Viola Spolin’s work. Students will work individually, in small groups, and as a single ensemble to experience the process of improvising on stage. Improvisational concepts such as give and take, surrender, support, mirror, explore and heighten, environment, object work, scenic structure, beats and editing, character and choices, will be explored in depth and applied in scenes.

3 Credits
PREREQUISITES: 31-1251 Theatre Foundation I: Theatre Making  or 31-1200 Acting Basic Skills for Non-Theatre Majors  



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