Voice – a formal voice class that teaches the students how to properly train his/her voice.
Drama – a hands-on look at Theatre. This class is divided into two levels:
DRAMA 1 introduces the student to the world of acting. Voice projection, blocking and terminology are just a few of the techniques that will be introduced to the Drama 1 student.
DRAMA 2 brings it all together. During this class you will take what you learned in Drama 1 and then build on that foundation by adding set design, costuming and make-up. During this class you will also explore more acting opportunities than in Drama 1.
Musical Theatre - a theatrical production or play that has many songs and music incorporated into it to tell the story. For example, The Sound of Music is musical theatre when it is performed in front of a live audience on Broadway. Several of the Glee pieces would also be considered musical theatre because the artist are singing, dancing and acting at the same time. (Class attire – leotard, tights, jazz pants, Capri’s, character shoes, and hair in a pony tail.) No jewelry is allowed.
Production – a combination of several types of performing arts with dance styles in one piece. These elements can contain but are not limited to; the performing arts, new media art, film, television, radio, and video. (Class attire – leotard, tights, jazz pants or Capris shoes will be determined by the instructor, and hair in a pony tail.) No jewelry is allowed.