ACTING AT EÒLIA 
Undergraduate Program
 

FIRST YEAR

SECOND YEAR

THIRD YEAR

History of the Performing Arts 1



Acting Studio Practice 1&2



Acting Systems 1&2



Body Awareness Techniques

 

Oral Expression for the Spoken Voice 1&2

 

Music Theory and Sight Reading 1

 

Voice 1 (includes Estill Voice Training Model)



Ensemble Singing Laboratory (beginners) 1

 

Individual Singing Lessons 1

 

History and Theory of Dramatic Literature 1&2



60 credits

 

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At EÒLIA, the Acting concentration of the BFA Program, with subconcentrations in Musical Theatre or Film and Television covers the following subjects:

 

 History of the Performing Arts

Acting Studio Practice

Acting Systems

Movement

Voice

Music and Singing

History and Theory of Dramatic Literature

Performance and Communication Theory

Theatre Production and Management

Dramaturgy

Aesthetics

Theatre Pedagogy

Staging

Character Design

Electives

Final Project

Practicum

History of the Performing Arts 2



Acting Studio Practice 3&4



Acting Systems 3&4



Movement 1&2

 

Oral Expression for the Spoken Voice 3&4

 

Individual Singing Lessons 2

 

 

Performance and Communication Theory 1&2

 

History and Theory of Dramatic Literature 3&4

 

Electives 

 



 

 

60 credits

 

Theatre Production 1



 

Acting Studio Practice 5&6



Acting Systems 5&6



Movement 3&4

 

Dramaturgic Analysis: Shakespeare

 

Dramaturgic Analysis: Beckett

 

Oral Expression for the Spoken Voice 5&6

 

Aesthetics 

 

Latest Trends

 

Electives 

 



 

60 credits

 

 

 

At EÒLIA, the acting department has always benefited from its direct contact with the professional world.Everyday in their classrooms, actors, actresses, playwrights and professional directors have found (and continue to find) a space to grow and explore new concepts, either as teachers or as students.

 

Acting at EÒLIA takes an eclectic approach (including different techniques and styles that are constantly reevaluated and renewed) to expand the acting range of our students –aspiring actors and actresses—as much as possible, providing them with the tools and helping them discover what it is that makes them different and therefore unique as communicators and as actors.

 

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FOURTH YEAR

Staging and Theatre Directing

 

Theatre Pedagogy 1



Acting Systems 7



Applied Dramaturgy



Physical Theatre

 

 

Dance Composition Workshop

 

Oral Expression for the Spoken Voice 7 

 

Makeup 

 

Costume Design

 

Electives 

 

Final Project

 

60 credits



 

MUSICAL THEATRE sub-concentration

 

Musical Theatre technique

- Voice 2 (includes Estill Voice Training Model)

- Repertoire performance workshop (intermediate/advanced) 1

- Music Theory and Sight Reading 2

 

FILM AND TELEVISION sub-concentration

 

Film and Television Technique

- Acting for the Camera 1

- Acting for the Camera 2

 

ELECTIVES - YEAR 2

ELECTIVES - YEAR 3

MUSICAL THEATRE sub-concentration 

 

Musical Theatre technique

- Voice 3 (includes Estill Voice Training Model)

- Repertoire performance workshop (intermediate/advanced) 2

- Music Theory and Sight Reading 3

 

FILM AND TELEVISION sub-concentration

 

Film and Television Technique

- Acting for the Camera 3

- Acting for the Camera 4

- Camera Practice 1

MUSICAL THEATRE sub-concentration 

 

Musical Theatre technique

- Professional Repertoire Audition

 

 

 

 

 

FILM AND TELEVISION sub-concentration

 

Film and Television Technique

- Camera Practice 2

ELECTIVES - YEAR 4

CURRICULUM - UNDERGRADUATE ACTING

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The BFA in Acting is structured as follows:

 

Subject category

Basic training (BT) ---  22 credits

Required (R)            ---  170 credits

Electives (E)            ---  33 credits

Final project (FP)    ---  15 credits

Total credits         ---  240 credits

CREDITS
ACADEMIC CALENDAR
OUR ACTING PHILOSOPHY

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