Theatre Arts 2200

Theatre Arts 2200 focuses on the development of students’ personal resources, communication and group skills, and the acquisition of basic performance skills supported by the necessary stagecraft. Through such activities as speech, improvisation, role-play, scene and play production, the course provides opportunities for students to develop the personal resources necessary for dramatic activities (e.g.- voice, self-discipline, self-confidence, problem solving skills.), to develop their communication and group dynamics skills, and to become involved in the creation and appreciation of dramatic art forms. Students with a particular interest in drama and the performing arts may elect to take the local course Theatre Arts 3200 after they have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2200.