Students will gain an understanding that theatre is the art of telling stories via acting, as well as how watching the world around them is the first step towards becoming a great actor.
Students will learn to collaborate, trust one another, and include each person in group performances and activities.
Students will learn about the different stage directions and the importance of not blocking other actors.
Students will explore the importance of improvisation during live performance (acting) as well as the rules of improvisation and participating in improvisation activities
Students will practise maintaining focus and learn that the most crucial aspect of acting is keeping in character.
Students will learn the correct methods to memorising their lines and approach to their script.
Students will demonstrate the understanding that awareness of how voice variety, articulation, and projection are all essential components of a successful actor.
Students will explore the concepts of objectives and tactics, as well as how important they are to acting.
Students will demonstrate the ability to understand what distinguishes characters from one another and to portray various kinds of characters.
Students will learn the rules of mime, how to mime the rope, wall, opening/closing doors, climbing a ladder and more.