Our performance students study acting styles ranging from Modern Realism to Shakespeare, Greek, Commedia Del l’Arte, Comedy of Manners, Brecht, Beckett and more.
Explore the essentials of onstage action, the basics of stage directions, and how to keep open and within sightlines.
Learn the basics of tone production, song preparation and stage presence. Singers practice vocal exercises (warm ups), and learn assigned songs in a variety of styles.
Combine diction and movement to break down scripts, inhabit characters, and make choices based on the text.
Develop your singing, music analysis, and dance skills, in addition to cultivating a keen sense of teamwork and preparation.
Hone your skills in the comedic arts, practicing timing, delivery, and comedy theory.
Theatre for the Younger Audience
Gain a thorough understanding the needs of younger audiences in terms of theatre.
Take part in our ambitious productions, ranging from classics like Hedda Gabler to new takes, such as Flamenco Macbeth.