Acting - Intermediate from Chattanooga State Technical Community College is a Campus Certificate Acting degree that prepares you for a Art and Design career. The Acting:Intermediate program is designed for students who desire to pursue a career in theatre, film and television. Technical Certificate in Acting : Intermediate Admission is by by successful completion of technical certificate in Acting : Beginning. All courses in this course are co-requisites. Acting II (THEA 1120) Basic scene study and acting technique, develop moment-to-moment awareness, create a framework of given circumstance and relationship, handle dialogue, sensory awareness, non-judgmental feedback. The first year focuses on American playwrights. Improvisation II (THEA 1525) Develop moment-to-moment spontaneity, flexibility, creativity, and focus using the work of Viola Spolin and Keith Johnstone. Movement II (THEA 1235) Body awareness, group and partnering, exploration of movement as an integral part of the actor's performance skills. Voice and Speech II (THEA 1420) Exercises to develp a voice free of unnecessary tensions, spontaneously responsive to both internal and external stimui. Production II (THEA 1320) Fundamental vocabulary, principles, and techniques employed in production including rigging, tools, construction, lighting, sound, costumes, and safety. View more details on Chattanooga State Community College . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Acting courses.