This course explores the relationship between the young actor and the craft of acting. Students will explore themselves as the instrument of acting. The course covers improvisation, pantomime, voice and diction. Students will learn the basics of acting, varieties and structure of drama and methods of evaluating plays and movies.
This course covers advanced acting techniques. Students will be introduced to set design, makeup and costume design. Students will learn intermediate acting skills, varieties and structure of drama and methods of evaluating plays and movies. Students will focus on scriptwriting, and the rudiments of theatrical production and productions in other mediums of entertainment.
The World Geography course provides students with an analytical view of how geographic factors have and continue to influence human behavior on earth. Students will examine how the physical and cultural geographic factors contribute to varying levels of cooperation within the major world