Theatre History is designed to give the student a survey of theatre history from pre-history through the contemporary theatre. It studies how the interrelationships among technologies, ideologies, geography, history, architecture, politics, and social expectations related to culture affected theatre productions. Students will engage in group investigative research and reporting as well as individual study.
Introduction to Acting
Acting is a workshop course that requires a group of students. The focus of the class is on developing the “total student”, including the development of personal resources, self-confidence and the ability to work well with others. Students will learn basic acting skills such as improvisation and stage movement.
Tech Theater is a course which explores the most important part of theater, the behind the scenes work. It will give you insight into the dynamics of live theater from backstage. It is not an acting class. It is designed to give you practical, usable skills that would allow you to work in the theater. It is a course that is structured to help you find your niche in the theatrical community and will focus on how to keep live theater a growing vibrant art.