Work on Performance 5

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
204IRT5 ZK 12 12T Czech winter

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

  1. The ability to play a full actor's role in the production work.
  2. The ability for authorial, actor's formulation of the dramatic text.
  3. The ability to understand and master all forms of stage symbiosis between the actor and puppet.
  4. The ability as an actor to use the stage space for actor and puppet.
  5. Authorial acting with preference in addressing the child viewer.

Mode of study

Exams, classes, open hours, performances.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

  1. Communicativeness,
  2. partnership,
  3. ability for undiluted concentration.

Course contents


  1. Involvement in small authorial creations led by the teacher.
  2. Creation of short productions on fairy-tale themes - authorial work.
  3. Collaboration with students of direction-dramaturgy on their subjects; supervision by the teacher.
  4. Collaboration with students of set design in creating the puppet, mask, costume, space.
  5. Realisation of small productions led by RD students.
  6. Appreciating the viewer.
  7. Involvement in performance projects in an untraditional setting.
  8. Actor's role in a full production by the school theatre.


In this subject students gradually apply the knowledge they've acquired when studying Acting. The first phase stresses the ability to communicate with a partner in finding the optimal form of expressing the actor's theme and the relevant situation, while regularly emphasing the function of the subject, the puppet. The study leads to the formation of fairy-tale plays for the youngest viewers with an emphasis on the actor's authorial participation. Specific production projects created with students of direction-dramaturgy are the precondition for generating valuable productions both in school theatre and in site-specific projects. All production attempts and realisations are reflected on regularly during studies.

Recommended or required reading

works of Czech and world dramatic literature

accompanying literature on the studied productions

Assessment methods and criteria

Sensitive grading of the artistic creativity should not be focused only on the evaluation of the resulting form for presentation, but primarily on a monitoring of the creative process and student activity during the entire semester.


The course is modified during the semester according to the year's lead instructor requirements and demands.

Instruction schedule see: www DAMU / katedra ALD / Rozvrhy hodin

Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

The subject is a part of the following study plans