Putting students center stage
As one of the most interdisciplinary art forms, theatre gives students opportunities to cover a wide range of topics during class.
Students explore the various roles of theatre artists including:
Students use improvisation and work cooperatively in small groups. Study includes the evaluation of creative work and the examination of the relationship between audience and artist.
Basic theatre vocabulary and understanding of theatre as an art form while exploring various roles of theatre artists.
Fundamental skills in voice, articulation, physical movement, expression and understanding dramatic structure.
Focuses on character development through physical technique and language and text.
One- or two-year experience
Advanced class focused on refining and mastering performance skills.
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts.”
Examine the relationship between audience and artist.
Theatre is an interdisciplinary art form.