Fundamentals of Acting and Theatre History


This course, previously known as Theatre I, covers the foundations in performance skills and practice. Students will study voice, body, characterization, basic text analysis, and the connection of these elements. Students will also learn Theatre history and about theatre’s application as a business, stemming into marketing themselves as an actor. Students will also learn how to perform small scenes and monologues. They will be assessed on their participation, quizzes, worksheets, group work, and performances.
Prerequisite: None.
CANNOT BE REPEATED

Advanced Acting, Literature, and Film


This course, previously known as Theatre I, covers the foundations in performance skills and practice. Students will study voice, body, characterization, basic text analysis, and the connection of these elements. Students will also learn Theatre history and about theatre’s application as a business, stemming into marketing themselves as an actor. Students will also learn how to perform small scenes and monologues. They will be assessed on their participation, quizzes, worksheets, group work, and performances.
Prerequisite: None.
CANNOT BE REPEATED

Actors' Studio


This course, previously known as Theatre I, covers the foundations in performance skills and practice. Students will study voice, body, characterization, basic text analysis, and the connection of these elements. Students will also learn Theatre history and about theatre’s application as a business, stemming into marketing themselves as an actor. Students will also learn how to perform small scenes and monologues. They will be assessed on their participation, quizzes, worksheets, group work, and performances.
Prerequisite: None.
CAN BE REPEATED IF THEY MAKE THE CLASS BY AUDITIONING

Advanced Actors' Studio


This course, previously known as Theatre I, covers the foundations in performance skills and practice. Students will study voice, body, characterization, basic text analysis, and the connection of these elements. Students will also learn Theatre history and about theatre’s application as a business, stemming into marketing themselves as an actor. Students will also learn how to perform small scenes and monologues. They will be assessed on their participation, quizzes, worksheets, group work, and performances.
Prerequisite: None.
CAN BE REPEATED IF THEY MAKE THE CLASS BY AUDITIONING

Dance Theory and Composition


This course, previously known as Theatre I, covers the foundations in performance skills and practice. Students will study voice, body, characterization, basic text analysis, and the connection of these elements. Students will also learn Theatre history and about theatre’s application as a business, stemming into marketing themselves as an actor. Students will also learn how to perform small scenes and monologues. They will be assessed on their participation, quizzes, worksheets, group work, and performances.
Prerequisite: None.
CAN BE REPEATED

Introduction to Actors' Studio


This course, previously known as Theatre Performance, is for junior high theatre students who may be interested in acting, directing, or production work. This course will provide an opportunity for young artists to develop critical performance skills such as acting, and movement on a deeper level. This class performs The Best Christmas Pageant Ever for our school and our community. This is an audition-based course at the discretion of the instructor/director. Students will be assessed on a double trimester progression and a final performance on stage.
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Acting and Theatre History
CANNOT BE REPEATED