Drama Course Descriptions
Drama 1-2: Students work in pairs and small groups to learn skills in team building, communication, improv, comedy, character development and audition technique. Drama 1-2 also covers important theatre history, including Greek Theatre, Italian Commedia dell'Arte, Shakespeare, and Chicano Theatre.
Drama 3-4: In this intensive course, actors develop a deeper understanding of theater from different cultural and historical perspectives through playwriting, scene study, monologues, directing, emotional development, and performance technique. Curriculum changes every year, may be repeated for credit. (Students must be in grades 10-12 and have either passed Drama 1-2 or have permission of the instructor)