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Interview with Tess Talbot

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Published on Nov 2, 2012

http://www.wright.edu/theatre-dance-a...

Interview with Tess Talbot, Wright State University Theatre Arts alumna in the class of 2012, with an emphasis in Acting. Talbot says that Wright State prepares the "FULLY-ROUNDED PERFORMER." Talbot talks about what makes the actor training program at Wright State unique, beginning with the range of training each actor gets. Her training included intensive classes from Greek and Shakespeare to modern drama, dance and voice lessons, movement, diction, and accents. It also included intensive training in stage combat, leading to Certification in Stage Combat. Wright State Theatre is one of the few undergraduate programs in America that includes this certificate. Talbot also talks about the uniqueness of the Wright State Directing Lab; Wright State is one of the very few programs that, in addition to two fully equipped professional theatres, has a theatre that is entirely run by students for student-produced productions, where students can present a range of their own productions, from rock musicals to experimental dramas, as well as new plays written by the students themselves. Talbot also talked about the uniqueness of Wright State's Senior Showcase. Each year, senior majors in Acting and Musical Theater travel to New York, where they showcase their work before casting directors, producers, and agents. All these things lead Talbot to believe that Wright State has prepared her for her work as a professional actor as much or more than any other training program in America.

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