If you're interested in taking a theatre class, look below and learn more. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Fauls-Rivas in room 5002 (the black box) or email him at
Theatre One & Intermediate Theatre
In this class, the students cover the basics of theatre, learn about sensory awareness and Viola Spolin's theories, play improv games, and begin monologue and scene work. This class is meant to introduce students to theatre and possibly spark an interested in continuing on in the program.
Additionally, the intermediate students will perform a touring TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences) piece at the local Middle Schools in the middle of the year.
Singing & Dance
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Pre-Advanced & Advanced Theatre
In this class, the students will build off of their understanding of theatre and develop their skills as actors, directors, producers, and/or stage managers. Students will review many of the topics covered in Intermediate and will learn more about Viola Spolin, as well as, Stanislavski techniques. Additionally, students will strengthen their auditioning skills and prepare themselves for college level and professional auditions.
Advanced students will go to theatrical festivals and compete, as well as audition for the Fall play and Spring Musical. Weekends and evenings may be required.
In this class, students will learn about the many different technical facets that make up a theatre and a production. Students will cover lighting, sound, stage management, costuming, scenic design, theatre history, and theatre terminology. Students in this class are required to crew on the Fall Play, Comedy Sportz Matches, The Senior Show, the Spring Musical, and any other theatrical performances.