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    Columbia College Chicago
   
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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31-3778 Directing and Acting Across the Media


Junior-level directing and acting students from Cinema Art + Science, TV, and Theatre will study together in a four-week summer-session seminar/lab class that investigates the similarities/differences between each area of production. This course is cross-listed with 40-3320 and 24-3306.
Students will learn and practice techniques of acting, staging, text analysis, story boarding, editing and collaboration, and explore the difference between time and space as it relates to Cinema, TV, and Theatre.
In an ongoing classroom dialogue the students, instructor and guest instructors will discuss all areas of acting and directing across media. They will also watch plays,movies and TV productions and analyze them critically and competitively. Working directors will visit the class, either in person or by digital media, to lend their experience.

4 Credits
PREREQUISITES: 31-2750 Directing II  or 31-2200 Scenes: Performance & Analysis  or 24-2301 Cinema Directing I  or 40-3314 Directing and Production: Narrative  



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