Drama is a discipline that originates in the impulse to depict human experiences, communicate understanding about these experiences, and give them form and meaning. Drama is a powerful mode of expression that has evolved over time to include a variety of forms and styles. It seeks to bridge the real and the imagined, the concrete and the symbolic, the practical and the inspired. Drama is an interactive, creative process that engages students in relationships with others and with the environment.
A Beginner’s introduction to the fine art of improvisation and quick scene writing.
Drama 9, 10
A more advanced course from Drama 8.
Theatre Performance 11, 12
A ‘studio class’ designed to further the development of an actors skills and understanding of improv, dramatic stage and film. In this class one is expected to write scripts and (possibly) direct.