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Available Courses

The South County Theatre Arts Department offers an array of courses in both performance and technical theatre. Please click on each course to learn more.

Theatre Arts 1

Course Description

Theatre Arts 1 is a foundations course that introduces students to dramatic literature, theatre history, technical theatre, artistic leadership, and acting. This course provides opportunities for students to experience and participate in the creative processes of performance and production. This course emphasizes skill development and provides theatrical opportunities that enable students to determine personal areas of interest. Participation in co-curricular activities and performances may be required to receive credit for this course. This course may be used to satisfy the graduation requirement for a credit in fine arts.

Theatre Arts 2

Course Description

Theatre Arts 2 integrates and builds upon concepts and skills from Theatre Arts 1. Through various modes of expression and performance, students explore dramatic literature, theatrical styles, and historical periods. Students will study and respond to a variety of theatre experiences that will refine their communicative, collaborative, analytical, interpretive, and problem solving skills. Students will expand their artistic abilities and appreciation of theatre arts.

Theatre Arts 3/4

Course Description

Students exhibit independence, discipline, and commitment to the theatrical process through their work on assigned projects. Advanced work in script analysis, character interpretation, and performance skills are expected. Collaboration with actors and directors is augmented by special assignments and opportunities. Participation in co-curricular activities and performances may be required to receive credit for this course.

Tech Theatre 1

Course Description

Students will identify areas of special interest in technical theatre. Emphasis is placed on in-depth study, assumption of leadership roles, and application of self-assessment to improve skills and foster artistic growth. Participation in co-curricular activities and productions may be required to receive credit for this course. This course may be used to satisfy the graduation requirement for a credit in fine arts.

Tech Theatre 2/3/4

Course Description

Students will engage in advanced work in technical theatre production through special assignments and opportunities. Emphasis is on the execution of individual design concepts through collaboration. Participation in co-curricular activities and productions may be required to receive credit for this course. This course may be used to satisfy the graduation requirement for a credit in fine arts.

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