Category: Performing Arts - Theater

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Introduction to Theater
In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of acting and put them into practice through monologue and scene work. World theater history will be taught throughout to give the students a working knowledge of how theater has developed through...
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Voice and Movement for the Stage
Prerequisite: Intro to Theater or Audition/Approval of InstructorThe voice is an essential tool that all actors must develop. Once its many uses are made clear the actor has a fantastic technical tool to assist in connecting emotionally to their character....
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Stage Combat II
Students do not have to take Stage Combat I before Stage Combat II.In this class, students learn armed combat with swords and knives. This class will be primarily focused on training students in rapier and dagger combat. Students who are...
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Stage Combat I
In this class, students will learn unarmed/hand to hand combat. Students will learn how to do many stage violence techniques in preparation to present two fully choreographed scenes from plays. Punches, slaps, knaps, kicks, knees, rolls, falls, and more will...
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Public Speaking
This course is designed to help you gain the skills and insight to provide polished, well-rehearsed, thought-provoking, and engaging oral presentations. Skills in public speaking will not only help you in giving your next audio/visual class presentation in History but...
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Playing Shakespeare
Prerequisite: Intro to theTheater or Audition/Approval of InstructorShakespeare’s plays are considered, by many, to be the penultimate in dramatic literature. His plays have been abundantly produced and adapted all over the world for over four centuries. His language is a...
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Musical Theater
In this course, students will have several opportunities to perform in selections from musicals. These will include solos, duets, and ensemble pieces. Researching material and digging deep into the work will be of focus as the material is prepared. Vocal...
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Film: Critique and Creation
The first portion of Film Studies focuses on analytical and critical thinking devoted to the study of six film masterpieces such as, but not limited to “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari,” “Sunrise,” “Citizen Kane,” “Casablanca,” “Chinatown,” “The Godfather,” “Psycho,” “2001:...
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