• FALL AND/OR SPRING SEMESTERS

     

    Theatre Arts Beginning

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: S

    Prerequisite: None

    Explore an introduction to theatre with general background knowledge in storytelling, pantomime, voice, acting, theatre history, and movement. Participate in a one-act play for an audience directed by Technical Theatre student directors.

     

    Technical Theatre Proficient/Advanced - Directing

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 11-12

    Weight: H

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, Theatre Arts Intermediate, Application

    Students will work with the beginning theatre classes helping direct them in mini performances of pantomime, scene study, and storytelling. During the last 6 weeks, Directing students will choose a one-act play to direct Beginning Theatre students in. Directors will create character work, coach in acting, implement set and costume design ideas, and direct the play. Applicants must have good attendance and behavior.





    SPRING SEMESTER ONLY

     

    Theatre Arts Intermediate

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: S

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, application

    Spring Semester only. Application required. As a part of the Intermediate, Proficient, and Advanced spring semester class, students will study method acting, technical theatre, and stage techniques. Participate in a variety of in class performances.

     

    Theatre Arts Proficient

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 10-12

    Weight: H

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, monologue audition, application

    Spring Semester only. Audition required for the honors credit. As a part of the Intermediate, Proficient, and Advanced spring semester class, students will study method acting, technical theatre, and stage techniques. Participate in a variety of in class performances.

     

    Theatre Arts Advanced

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 10-12

    Weight: H

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, monologue audition, application

    Spring Semester only. Audition required for the honors credit. As a part of the Intermediate, Proficient, and Advanced spring semester class, students will study method acting, technical theatre, and stage techniques. Participate in a variety of in class performances.






    FALL SEMESTER ONLY

     

    Acting and Play Production Proficient

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 10-12

    Weight: H

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, monologue audition, application

    During the first 12+ weeks, students will work on producing two 0ne-act plays for the North Carolina Theatre Conference competition and play festival. Students will complete in-depth written character work, act in at least one role, participate as part of a technical theatre crew, and travel to competition. All students must have prior approval since this course involves mandatory after school dress rehearsals, performances, competition, and fundraising to compete.  Students must be able to participate in the festival in order to be accepted into the class.

     

    Acting and Play Production Advanced

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 11-12

    Weight: H

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, monologue audition, application

    During the first 12+ weeks, students will work on producing two 0ne-act plays for the North Carolina Theatre Conference competition and play festival. Students will complete in-depth written character work, act in at least one role, participate as part of a technical theatre crew, and travel to competition. All students must have prior approval since this course involves mandatory after school dress rehearsals, performances, competition, and fundraising to compete.  Students must be able to participate in the festival in order to be accepted into the class.



    Technical Theatre Advanced - Stage Management

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 11-12

    Weight: H

    Prerequisite: Theatre Arts Beginning, application

    During the first 12+ weeks, students will work on producing two 0ne-act plays for the North Carolina Theatre Conference competition and play festival. Stage Management students will lead the class in technical production including but not limited to set, props, stage crew, costumes, and make-up. Stage Managers will help organize and travel to competition. All students must have prior approval since this course involves mandatory after school dress rehearsals, performances, competition, and fundraising to compete.  Students must be able to participate in the festival in order to be accepted into the class. A high level of responsibility is needed for this role, and only 1-2 students will be selected each fall.

Last Modified on May 1, 2018