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Content description VCADRD042

Drama / Levels 9 and 10 / Drama Practices
Content description
Practise and refine the expressive capacity of voice and movement to communicate ideas and dramatic action in a range of forms, styles and performances spaces
  1. adapting expressive voice and movement skills for performance of different forms and styles and to enhance actor-audience relationships
  2. conveying through voice and movement the tensions in stories, ideas, characters, relationships, actions, and dialogue to engage audiences
  3. exploring, reworking and refining the dramatic action through rehearsal and hone expressive performance skill to enhance actor-audience relationships
  4. exploring and rehearsing forms and styles recognised as contemporary styles, for example, work with practitioners to explore contemporary styles used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dramatists
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