Theatre Classes


Theatre Arts 1

Theatre Arts I promotes learning the essential vocabulary and processes of theatre as well as reading, writing, and researching theatre literature, acting and technical theatre. Acting experience in this course includes exploring the concepts of self, body and voice work, improvisation, acting techniques, and reading and writing related to theatre study. In addition, students learn about and reflect on various aspects of theatre through history and in different cultures, as well as the various forms of theatre and theatre-related media. Students have the opportunities for practical application of knowledge in informal productions. This course develops creativity and spontaneity in those students wanting to explore theatre, as well as those who wish to commit to a theatre program. Students create a portfolio or collection of their work and related activities that can grow as a result of subsequent theatre arts courses.

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Theatre Arts 2

Theater Arts 2 is a continuation of concepts learned in Theater Arts 1. In this course students will continue to learn the essential vocabulary and processes of theatre as well as reading, writing, and researching theatre literature, acting and technical theatre.

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Theatre Arts 3 Honors

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Theatre Arts 4 Honors

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Technical Theater 1

Technical Theater 1 is a one-semester class designed to expose the students to all aspects of play production. By constructing set pieces and props that will be used in school productions, students are taught hands-on the basics of stagecraft. The functions and use of lighting and sound instruments as well as basic design will be introduced. Hands on applications the of learned skills is gained through practical application.

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