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Drama 1 P is an introductory theatre course.  It offers an overview of the basic elements of Theater: acting, playwriting, voice and stage movement, technical design and theater history. The first semester emphasizes the physical/vocal training of the actor as well as emotional awareness. Confidence and self-esteem is built through theater games, ensemble building, and storytelling. During the second semester, the students study improvisation as well as a variety of performance projects culminating in a public class performance. Involvement in extracurricular theatre productions in highly encouraged. Beginning students may audition for any main stage or senior directed productions, as well as participate in Bulldog Theatre, a monthly cabaret.

DRAMA 2P, 3P, & 4P

The study of acting continues and the elements of directing are introduced. Advanced drama emphasizes both individual and scene work, as student is challenged to work on a variety of advanced performance projects including Musical Theater, Stage Combat, Period Style, and Dialect. Playwriting, Directing and Design are integrated into student projects. Advanced Drama students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular productions and to perform at Theater Festivals. This program provides solid training for students wishing to continue their theatre education in college or in specialized theater arts training. Students may repeat advanced drama three times for credit.