Julian and Julian Talk Freshman Year in the School Of Theatre, Plus the Acting/Theatre Arts Major | Campus Tour 2019
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Hi, I'm Julian Minds joined also, and we are right now in a closet at Boss University's College of Fine Arts because everyone is being too loud in the classroom. Uh, but we're here to tell you a little bit about what be used. Conservatory is like so pretty much a class of thirty two fifty freshman come in and they're taught a generalized toolbox approach to acting, which means that we don't just look at one time. We don't just do Meisner or strict Stanislavsky. You learn a mix of movement, forcing speech, Alexander technique, acting and come on. The theater arts major is for those of you who are looking for a little bit more of a self creative major. You can take more classes and directing playwriting, theater management business as well as acting classes. Then there's also the acting major, which is what both of us are, and you get a set curriculum and you follow a more specific trajectory of voice and speech acting and movement classes. That being said, I'm in playwriting and neither major means too much. You can kind of do whatever you want, what you want. There's theater arts people who are in our acting classes. It does mean that you can still take acting studio classes and still get the training that acting majors get very much like a sense of guidance for your first year. It's very secure and safe, and you feel like you are very in touch with faculty and faculties, a special care of you. So there's no sense of being independent of yourself to the point where you're scared of being alone or being like you are doing the right thing because it's a really great path. They set you on for the performance score first year. That's a little look into what it's like to be in. The CIA is acting or Theodore or performance Corps Major.