Curricular Pathways

Acting

Technical

Musical

Intro to Theatre: A basic overview of theatre covering acting techniques, technical skills, and various forms of theatre. This course develops both the patron and the practioner. Must score 80 or higher on the final exam/ placement test as well as the Student Learning Objective test to be placed in the Acting I. 

 

Acting I: Introduction to a variety of acting theorists, techniques, with a focus in monologues and scene work from contemporary plays of literary merit.  Must score an average of 80 or higher on the final exam to be placed in Acting II. 

 

Acting II: Further study in scene work and monologues expanding into classical monologues ranging from Greek to Romantic Period of the 19th century.

Intro to Theatre: A basic overview of theatre covering acting techniques, technical skills, and various forms of theatre. This course develops both the patron and the practioner. Must score 80 or higher on the final exam/ placement test as well as a 90 or better on the theatre tech portfolio to be placed in Technical theatre I 

 

Technical Theatre I: A focus on safety, script analysis for technical theatre, organization, set construction, knots, costume construction and house and box office management. Students will explore practical careers in technical theatre as well as design and build sets for varying shows throughout the season.

 

Recommended Textbook: The Backstage Handbook. 

 

Technical Theatre II: A focus on light and sound design, stage management and set construction. These students will run lights and sounds for all mainstage performances, as well as set up for theatrical events school wide.

Intro to Theatre: A basic overview of theatre covering acting techniques, technical skills, and various forms of theatre. This course develops both the patron and the practioner. Must score 80 or higher on the final exam/ placement test as a 90 on your final musical performance 

 

Musical Theatre I:  An introduction to musical theatre focusing on proper vocal technique, basic dance (Jazz, Ballet Tap), musical theatre history, basic music theory, and standard repertoire.

 

Recommended text: The Musical Theatre Anthology (your voice type) I 

 

Musical Theatre II: A deeper study into the history of musical theatre, focusing operettas, rock operas, song and dance combinations, and intermediate music theory.

 

Recommended text: The Musical theatre Anthology (your voice type) book II