ACTING

A specialized course under Creative Industries Stream

About the Course –Acting

The course incorporates a combination of the practical and theoretical approaches to acting in theatre, film, television, and other contemporary performance contexts. Under this course, one has to study Acting, Movement, Dance, Music, Voice, Performance History, Critical Analysis, Professional Practice, Screen Studies, and Screen Acting being based on what areas he or she wants to specialize in. Acting provides a training program for prospective actors using a conservatoire-style approach to help them excel in the acting profession across a range of stage and screen contexts.

It not only prepares prospective actors for working as a professional for stage and screen, but it also includes animation and gaming. This course teaches students about the importance of rehearsal, how to prepare for rehearsal, how to rehearse, and how to be independent and proactive so that they can give their best and produce a great work of art both for stage and screen. The students are allowed to explore the unique and individual processes of acting for camera and fully prepare them to embark on the contemporary world of recorded media. As it is practice-based, candidates are taught through training and, workshops, seminars, and one-to-one tutorials. You will collaborate with VCA Theatre, Film and Television, and Production students throughout the course.

The following are the objectives of the course:

  • To develop and promote versatility in acting skills, including body, voice, and movement
  • To gain experience in a broad range of acting performances for stage and screen
  • To Consolidate a working methodology as an autonomous, ensemble and company actor
  • To have a successful career as an actor in the Asia Pacific by developing artistic skills

Career Prospect and Opportunity

Stage and screen have a wide range of career options. Actors might have to undergo auditions in order to be selected for major roles or minor supporting roles. Acting troupes employ regular casts for the presentation of a variety of productions in many different venues. Speech skills are also very handy in voice-overs and narration. Actors with good dialogue delivery skills can work as a dubbing artist. There are also opportunities to work in set design, choreography, or other related fields. Graduates can also work as teachers and trainers at acting academy and institutes. Some programs offer the opportunity to prepare for a career as a comedian. With a degree in Acting, you will find  a career in either of these fields, or you may even work as professionals in more than two of these fields:

  • Professional theatre
  • Community arts & education
  • Film
  • Television
  • Radio
  • New media
  • education

Roles as an actor include:

  • Film actor
  • Television actor
  • Theatre actor
  • Acting coach

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at Diploma, Bachelor (UG), and Master (PG) levels.

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