Theatre Art Production I-IV (Period 8)

Course Description

Theatre Arts Production I is intended for the acting student who wants to continue to develop skills that were learned from their middle school theatre program. Acting and directing principles are applied through performances in various theatrical modes including classical and contemporary theatre. This course also serves as a more in depth study of analysis and interpretation of scripts, script reading, interdependence of all theatrical elements, and theatre history. Enrollment in this class is contingent upon a referral from a middle-school theatre teacher or an audition with the high school department.

Theatre Production II-IV is designed for the serious drama student. Its emphasis will be on public and competitive performances. There will be work on advanced acting skills, improvisation, and script interpretation. Students will write and perform original script. Each student will be expected to work at an independent level in research and rehearsal of individual material. This course participates in the UIL One Act Play and students are required to be academically fit to participate.
 

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