Drama

Advanced Acting and Touring Theatre 15

*Students must audition for acceptance into this course

Credits: 5
Co-requisites: 15-level: Drama 10

Engage in extensive production work and application of skills and performance etiquette. Develop an understanding of theatre as an innovative form of performance art and communication reflecting diverse social, cultural and global perspectives. Communication reflecting diverse social, cultural and global perspectives. Develop a deep understanding of acting for stage and the theatre community.

Drama 10, 20, 30

Credits: 5 per course
Prerequisite:

  • None for Drama 10
  • 20/30 require successful completion of the previous level

Develop performance and technical skills in eight dramatic disciplines (movement, speech, improvisation, acting, theatre studies, technical theatre design, playwriting and directing). Develop your creativity and work with others to bring dramatic situations to life and become more confident in yourself and in collaboration. Demonstrate increased sophistication and refinement of skills as you advance.

Musical Theatre 15, 25, 35

Credits: 5 per course
Prerequisites:

  • 15-level a co-requisite of one or more 10 or 15 level Performing Arts Course(s)
  • 25 and 35 levels require successful completion of the previous level

Provide an interactive environment of integrated study in dance, drama, technical theatre and vocal music for students who seek the challenge of working through the creative process to performance. Develop fundamental skills and discipline to become a proficient performer and artist in musical theatre. Evaluate and effectively reflect on your personal work and the work of your peers in live theatre production.

Professional Development in the Arts 35

Credits: 5
Prerequisites:

  • Must be enrolled in or have completed the appropriate Drama 30 courses
  • Enrolment without prerequisites or co-requisites is permitted with the drama teacher’s recommendation and permission of the principal

Develop a professional network and portfolio in your chosen art form.

Prosthetic and Technical Theatre 15

Credits: 6
Prerequisites:

  • None for 15

 Offer you an opportunity to explore and experience the skills necessary to realize a theatrical and public performance. Develop and demonstrate competencies in sound, lighting, set, costume, properties, make-up and stage management.

Technical Theatre 25, 35

Credits: 5 per course

Prerequisites:

  • 25 and 35 levels require successful completion of the previous level

Offers an opportunity to explore and experience the skills necessary to realize a theatrical and public performance. Develop and demonstrate competencies in sound, lighting, set, costume, properties, make-up, and stage management. Explore career opportunities by connecting with professional theatre communities.

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