• DRAMA III
     
    Designed for students with high interest and motivation for study in the theater arts while increasing students’ understanding of the entire realm of theater, the course provides the student with the opportunity to put theory into practice through major projects in directing, acting, and theater design. Participation in co-curricular theatre productions (PLAYS) are expected of all advanced Drama students.
     
    COURSE OBJECTIVES;
     
    This course will focus on different styles of acting, rehearsing and performing plays. The student will learn a variety of acting techniques to explore the great characters of the last 200 years in World Drama. The students will audition, rehearse, direct, design and perform a classic Play from World Drama and a One Act Play from a modern playwrite to be performed at various competitions in the area.
     
    MAJOR TOPICS TO BE COVERED
     
    1st quarter - Auditions, rehearsal technique, vocal technique, acting technique, play design.
    2nd quarter - World Drama, character relationships, play analysis and performance of a play
    3rd quarter - Classic comedy, playing comedy, rehearsal and performance of a comedic play
    4th quarter - Individual Drama projects, rehearsing and performance
     
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Last Modified on January 13, 2012