The Acting curriculum within The University of Alabama’s Department of Theatre and Dance is a rigorously structured sequence of study that prepares the Undergraduate major to pursue a career in performance or more specialized study at a leading Graduate Acting program. Upon completion of this sequence, students will have a solid base of technique and will have become proficient in a wide array of acting styles and methods.
Acting courses are augmented by intensive study in Movement and Voice for the Stage. Advanced movement courses include specialized study in Clowning, Mask Work, Stage Combat, Suzuki, Contact Improvisation, Physical Characterization, Tai Chi, and Karate.
Courses in this track, and the Department of Theatre and Dance as a whole, are taught by a vibrant, dedicated faculty of working professionals, who bring a wealth of National and International experience to the classroom.
Auditions for Departmental Scholarships in Acting for the fall of 2012 will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2011. For further information, please contact: Seth Panitch, Head of MFA/BA Acting Programs, (205) 348-3845, email@example.com.