Theater Arts Courses

These listings are sourced from Curricunet, and some courses may not be offered every semester. For additional information, contact the academic department, speak with counseling or refer to the current Class Schedule and College Catalog.

THTR 1 - Introduction to Acting    ( 3.00 - Units )
Introduction to the techniques and theories of acting, explored through improvisation, exercises and scene study. Development of the physical and psychological resources for acting including relaxation, concentration, creativity, believability, and commitment. Development of critical thinking skills associated with viewing and analyzing performances of others. Lab hours are required for rehearsal of scenes and attendance of on campus theater productions. (Formerly THEA 1A)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. TA 1  - Students will demonstrate teamwork, a responsibility toward others including being an active-listening audience member
  2.  Student will demonstrate co-operation and communication in variety of creative projects
  3. Student will demonstrate some of the basic principles of acting by practicing and performing exercises, improvisations, and/or scence work

THTR 10 - Introduction to Theater Arts    ( 3.00 - Units )
Focuses on the relationship of theater to various cultures throughout history, and on the contributions of significant individual artists. Introduces students to elements of the production process including playwriting, acting, directing, design, and criticism. Students will also survey different periods, styles and genres of theater through play reading, discussion, films, and viewing and critiquing live theater, including required attendance at theater productions.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate clear, visionary, co-operative communication skills and teamwork
  2. Demonstrate critical thinking skills in response to plays, read and/or seen
  3. Students will synthesize information gleaned from reading, lecture, discussion and visual media regarding the definition of theater and in live performance

THTR 14 - American Cultures in Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
The history, representation and contributions of various ethnic groups in American theater and the study of theater as an instrument for expressing and understanding cultural identity. The focus will be on at least three of the following cultural groups: African Americans, Asian Americans, European Americans, Latin Americans and Native Americans.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the history of how multiple cultures American have been represented in and participated in the art form of Theater;
  2. Analyze the contrasts and similarities between “cultural appropriation” and “cultural appreciation”;
  3. Compare and contrast different genres of plays?.

THTR 15A - Introduction to Directing for Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
Learn the basics of directing actors working on dramatic writing for live performance. Focus will be given to blocking, text analysis, structuring rehearsal, leading a group in artistic collaboration.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Be able to create “blocking” for a scene from a play.
  2. Be able to guide actors through a rehearsal process.
  3. Create a stage picture utilizing actors and furniture.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to control the pace of the scene.

THTR 16B - Basics of Dramatic Writing    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 16A, with further exploration of modern dramatic writing forms. The course will focus on the completion of longer projects, including the 10-minute play and short film. Emphasis will be on dramatic tension and story-telling. Strongly Recommended: ENGL 1A (completed with a grade of "C" or higher) Prerequisite: THTR 16A (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will distinguish the requirements between a stage play and a screen play.
  2. Students will be develop appropriate critique strategies
  3. Students will develop characters and short manuscripts.
  4. Develop a strategy for revision.

THTR 16C - Intermediate Dramatic Writing    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 16B, designed for students who wish to further develop their existing skills in dramatic writing. The emphasis of this course will be on developing longer works, with special attention to rising action and alternatives to Realism. Strongly Recommended: ENGL 1A (completed with a grade of "C" or higher) Prerequisite: THTR 16B (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will distinguish the requirements between a stage play and a screen play.
  2. Students will be develop appropriate critique strategies
  3. Students will develop characters and short manuscripts.
  4. Develop a strategy for revision.

THTR 16D - Advanced Dramatic Writing    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 16C, providing a capstone experience for students as they explore writing in various dramatic forms. Students will focus on writing full-length pieces with emphasis on story, clarity and structure. Some plays may be submitted to regional competitions, with author permission. Strongly Recommended: ENGL 1A (completed with a grade of "C" or higher) Prerequisite: THTR 16C (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will distinguish the requirements between a stage play and a screen play.
  2. Students will be develop appropriate critique strategies
  3. Students will develop characters and short manuscripts.
  4. Develop a strategy for revision

THTR 17 - Script Analysis    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course provides techniques for reading a script in preparation for production. Focus is on principles of structural dynamics, how scripts reflect cultural and social norms and values and how to apply differing theories as actors, directors and designers for their respective contributions to projects.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate an understanding of character development in a play;
  2. find the important themes of a play;
  3. analyze a play's content for use in producing, directing, acting and designing.

THTR 18 - Bay Area Theater    ( 1.00 - Units )
This course focuses on going to see live plays in the Bay Area. Through analysis of plays, discussions with theater artists and going to see productions, students will get a close up look at the thriving Bay Area theater scene as well as learn about current trends in theater nationally. Culturally enriching - great for the curious, for theater fans and for theater artists alike. There will be some cost for the purchase of theater tickets and transportation to attend performances, up to but no more than $100 for the semester. Part of the learning experience of the course will be identifying inexpensive opportunities for viewing live theater. Some costs may be supplemented by the Theater program.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to discuss how a script might look once it becomes a full production;
  2. Locate and attend theater productions in local theaters.
  3. Analyze a live production for it's artistry and interpretation of the text.

THTR 21 - Introduction to Design for the Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
A survey of the various areas of design for the theater with a special emphasis in basic elements.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Define and evaluate the relationship between design concepts and how they are translated and executed in production process
  2. Demonstrate and use basic skills in creating and organizing a design project from concept to execution
  3. define and distinguish between commonly used theatrical terms applied to design and the technical elements of theater production

THTR 22 - Introduction to Design for the Theater: Emphasis in Costume and Makeup    ( 3.00 - Units )
Students will study costume history, design, and basic construction techniques as an introduction to basic theatrical costuming. There will also be attention paid to makeup for theatrical purposes.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Outline and analyze the basic steps necessary to coordinate and integrate the various aspects of theater production.
  2. Outline and analyze the basic steps necessary to coordinate the design of costumes for a theater production.
  3. Demonstrate and apply the basic skill necessary in applying stage makeup.

THTR 23 - Introduction to Lighting Design for Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course involves the study and execution of stage lighting with emphasis on equipment, control, color and their relationship to design.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Identify and implement lighting design techniques;
  2. hang and focus lights for a theater production
  3. read and execute a light plot for theater production.

THTR 2A - Intermediate Acting    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course follows THTR 1 and continues the exploration of theories and techniques used in preparation for the interpretation of drama through acting. The emphasis will be placed on deepening the understanding of the acting process through character analysis, monologues, and scenes.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate collaboration and teamwork - they will show responsibility and respect for others;
  2. demonstrate ability to analyze dramatic texts appropriate for a variety of scenes;
  3. demonstrate acting principles in complex exercises, complex scene work, character building and focus.

THTR 2B - Advanced Acting    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course builds upon skills developed through study in THTR 1 and THTR 2A. Strong emphasis will be put on developing specific three dimensional characters, strengthening acting choices and clear use of language through use of scene and monologue study and presentation.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate ability to work as an active and engaged partner in scene work;
  2. demonstrate ability to build a character appropriate to scene being worked on;
  3. demonstrate ability to play and be joyous while doing good work.

THTR 3 - Improvisation for the Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
Introduction to the techniques and theories of improvisation and its various uses in theater. Development of the ability to think quickly, develop characters, work in an ensemble and create spontaneously through various exercises. Recommended for non-theater as well as theater majors.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Create characters for use in improvised scenes.
  2. Evaluate improvisational work of others.
  3. Perform improvisation exercises, warm-ups, and technique work.
  4. Perform improvisational scenes in front of an audience.

THTR 30A - Introduction to Emerging Work    ( 3.00 - Units )
Development of new plays for staged readings and/or productions. This class will develop and perform plays for an audience, with an emphasis on the evolution of the dramatic texts. Special projects, such as specific textural challenges, may be included.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will participate and execute the development of new plays – reading and revision
  2. Students will demonstrate TEAMWORK—They will show a responsibility and respect for others, including good attendance and punctuality; they will practice active- listening as audience members, they will show respect for various points of view.
  3. Produce, rehearse and perform new plays for a public audience.
  4. Develop awareness and execution of full technical and management needed for public performance, including sound, lights, set, costumes and front of house duties.

THTR 30B - Basics of Emerging Work    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of 30A, the development of new plays and/or other special projects for production and/or readings. This course emphasizes character study and scene breakdown. Prerequisite: THTR 30A (completed with a "C" or higher).

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will participate and execute the development of new plays--reading and revision.
  2. Students will demonstrate TEAMWORK—They will show a responsibility and respect for others, including good attendance and punctuality; they will practice active- listening as audience members, they will show respect for various points of view.
  3. Produce, rehearse, and perform new plays for a public audience.
  4. Develop awareness and execution of full technical and management needed for public performance, including sound, lights, set, costumes and front of house duties.

THTR 30C - Emerging Work: The Reading Workshop    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 30B, as students further their skills in the development of new dramatic material. This course emphasizes character development and story arc, culminating in the staged reading, the reading workshop. Prerequisite: THTR 30B (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will participate and execute the development of new plays--reading and revision.
  2. Students will demonstrate TEAMWORK—They will show a responsibility and respect for others, including good attendance and punctuality; they will practice active- listening as audience members, they will show respect for various points of view.
  3. Produce, rehearse, and perform new plays for a public audience.
  4. Develop awareness and execution of full technical and management needed for public performance, including sound, lights, set, costumes and front of house duties.

THTR 30D - Emerging Work: The Workshop Production    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is the capstone course of the THTR 30 track, where students continue to hone their skills in the development of new work and/or other special projects for the stage. This course will emphasize an actual staged production near the end of the term, with instruction in student directing, stage management, elemental production values of lights, sound and costumes. Prerequisite: Eligibility for THTR 30C (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will participate and execute the development of new plays--reading and revision.
  2. Students will demonstrate TEAMWORK—They will show a responsibility and respect for others, including good attendance and punctuality; they will practice active- listening as audience members, they will show respect for various points of view.
  3. Produce, rehearse, and perform new plays for a public audience.
  4. Develop awareness and execution of full technical and management needed for public performance, including sound, lights, set, costumes and front of house.

THTR 32A - Theater Workshop Writing and Directing: Introduction    ( 1.00 - Units )
Students who are either writing or directing for another course that is rehearsing and performing a show using original student material will meet with instructors outside of rehearsal time in order to receive support and instruction.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to write a short scene with a conflict
  2. Analyze a script for casting purposes

THTR 32B - Theater Workshop Writing and Directing: Beginning    ( 1.00 - Units )
This course supports students who are either writing or directing material that is in the process of being rehearsed and performed in other courses. The course builds on the skills developed in THTR 32A. Student writers will improve abilities with creating story structure and dialogue, as well as create multi-dimensional characters. Student directors will focus on how to prepare for and manage a rehearsal.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to write a medium length scene with a strong conflict
  2. Create blocking for a scene

THTR 32C - Theater Workshop Writing and Directing: Intermediate    ( 1.00 - Units )
This course supports students who are either writing or directing material that is in the process of being rehearsed and performed in other courses. THTR 32 C builds on the skills developed in THTR 32 A and B. Student writers will focus on clear and effective communication with a director and working with notes given during a rehearsal process. Student directors will focus on how to communicate and problem solve with writers and actors.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to write a full short play
  2. Execute two drafts of blocking for a play

THTR 32D - Theater Workshop Writing and Directing: Advanced    ( 1.00 - Units )
This course supports students who are either writing or directing material that is in the process of being rehearsed and performed in other courses. Student writers will focus on using all skills developed in previous levels and applying them to re-writing material quickly and effectively during a rehearsal process. Student directors will focus on how to communicate with writers and designers to effectively bring to life a play with fully realized technical elements.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to execute re-writes of a script during a rehearsal process
  2. Lead a technical rehearsal

THTR 38A - Holiday Play    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course gives students the opportunity to participate in a stage play or podcast of a play that focuses on themes appropriate to holiday festivities. Students of all levels of experience will be given the opportunity to participate.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. work effectively in an ensemble;
  2. describe the rehearsal process of a play;
  3. discuss the communal impact of theater in a holiday context.

THTR 41 - Introduction to Stage Management    ( 1.00 - Units )
This course will take you into the fascinating world of the stage manager. Get hands-on experience as you learn the skills of stage management in a fun and exciting environment.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate the role of the stage manager in the production and performance of both live and taped events;
  2. Demonstrate standard practices of stage management in a live performance setting;
  3. Demonstrate clear communication strategies orally and in writing.

THTR 46 - Stagecraft    ( 3.00 - Units )
An introduction to technical theater and the creation of scenic elements. Includes basic concepts of design, use of shop tools, painting techniques, set construction, set movement, prop construction, lighting equipment, sound equipment, and career possibilities.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate facility with shop tool;
  2. practice proper safety protocol;
  3. create basic scenic constructions

THTR 47A - Introduction to College Theater Acting    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course provides instruction and supervised participation in theater rehearsal and performance in main season production or project. Enrollment is for duration of the production. Enrollment by audition only.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Participate in a fully mounted production of an established play, a show, with complete interaction with sets, costumes, lights, and sound elements.
  2. Demonstrate teamwork and collaboration.
  3. Rehearse with various strategies and discipline.
  4. Perform for a public audience a "run" of a show, meaning more than one performance, sometimes up to eight performances.

THTR 47B - College Theater Acting: The Basics    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 47A, as students further their acting skills in a college production. . This course emphasizes character development, along with objectives, actions and obstacles. Prerequisite: THTR 47A (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Participate in a fully mounted production of an established play, a show, with complete interaction with sets, costumes, lights and sound elements.
  2. Demonstrate teamwork and collaboration.
  3. Rehearse with various strategies and discipline.
  4. Perform for a public audience a "run" of a show, meaning more than one performance, sometimes up to eight performances.

THTR 47C - College Theater Acting: Intermediate    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 47B. for furthering a student's skill as an actor in a college production. This course emphasizes character development, along with objectives, actions and obstacles. Prerequisite: THTR 47A (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Participate in a fully mounted production of an established play, a show, with complete interaction with sets, costumes, lights and sound elements.
  2. Demonstrate teamwork and collaboration.
  3. Rehearse with various strategies and discipline.
  4. Perform for a public audience a "run" of a show, meaning more than one performance, sometimes up to eight performances.

THTR 47D - College Theater Acting: Advanced    ( 3.00 - Units )
This is a continuation of THTR 47C, where students further develop their skills as actors in a college production. This course will emphasize the polish in performance, the evaluation of one's work and the development of a personal, creative process. Prerequisite: THTR 47C (completed with a grade of "C" or higher)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Participate in a fully mounted production of an established play, a show, with a complete interaction with sets, costumes, lights and sound elements.
  2. Demonstrate teamwork and collaboration.
  3. Rehearse with various strategies and discipline.
  4. Perform for a public audience a "run" of a show, meaning more than one performance, sometimes up to eight performances.

THTR 48A - College Theater Technical: Introduction    ( 3.00 - Units )
Participation in scheduled productions as crew members and/or constructing its technical elements. Development of skills in the various technical areas involved in the presentation of a theatrical production.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate proficiency in the skills required for a technical theater crew;
  2. execute assignment responsibilities in technical rehearsals, during production run, and strike;
  3. demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively in the application of technical elements for a theater production.

THTR 48B - College Theater Technical: Beginning    ( 1.00 - Units )
Students take on basic responsibilities in the application of skills in any of the following: stage management, house management, construction, scenery, properties, costume, lighting, sound, and running crews.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will work as a team.
  2. Students will build set pieces for current productions.
  3. Work in scene shop in a safe and responsible manner.
  4. Assist in design choices for scenery or props.

THTR 48C - College Theater Technical: Intermediate    ( 1.00 - Units )
Students take on advanced responsibilities in the application of skills in any of the following: stage management, house management, construction, scenery, properties, costume, lighting, sound, and running crews.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will work as a team.
  2. Students will build set pieces for current productions.
  3. Work in scene shop in a safe and responsible manner.
  4. Assist in design choices for scenery or props.

THTR 48D - College Theater Technical: Advanced    ( 1.00 - Units )
Students take on leadership responsibilities in the application of skills in any of the following: stage management, house management, construction, scenery, properties, costume, lighting, sound, and running crews.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will work as a team.
  2. Students will build set pieces for current productions.
  3. Work in scene shop in a safe and responsible manner.
  4. Assist in design choices for scenery or props.

THTR 4A - Introduction to Acting on Camera    ( 3.00 - Units )
Learn approaches for preparing, rehearsing and performing on camera that can be used for commercials, film and television work. Students will prepare and perform scenes and monologues that will be shot on camera in studio and on-location settings. May not receive credit if THTR 4 has been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work collaboratively with scene partner
  2. Prepare work creatively based on principles introduced in class
  3. memorize text in preparation for performance

THTR 4B - Advanced Acting on Camera    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course builds on the skills developed in THTR 4A, deepening student's understanding of how to perform on camera with authenticity and believability. Scenes will be more complex and demanding than those at the previous level.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will be able to hold focus on camera for duration of scene being recorded.
  2. Students will demonstrate ability to be gracious and work with others in collaboration of recording scenes on camera
  3. Students will be able to laugh, and express honest emotions when viewing, recording, or talking about the work in class.

THTR 5A - Introduction to Theater for Young Audiences    ( 3.00 - Units )
Participate in a theater production to be performed for local K-12 students. Plays will be cast by audition, however, everyone who enrolls will be a part of the production.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students will demonstrate team work—They will show a responsibility and respect for others, including good attendance and punctuality; they will practice active- listening as audience members, they will show respect for various points of view.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to communicate main ideas and story lines of a script.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to rehearse a play, learn lines and build characters.

THTR 5B - Intermediate Theater for Young Audiences    ( 3.00 - Units )
Participate in a theater production to be performed for local K-12 students. Plays will be cast by audition, however, everyone who enrolls will be a part of the production.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Understanding dynamics of story telling.
  2. Creation of unique character through use of voice and body, appropriate for the story being told.
  3. Ability to work as leader in theater ensemble environment.

THTR 61A - Social Issues Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
Students will create, develop, and perform an original theater piece based on social issues relevant to a local group or organization. The project will be based on community meetings and discussions to understand community issues of concern that will inform and drive the script and production.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work with an ensemble to create original theater
  2. Participate in warm-ups and improv games
  3. Discuss current issues with people being interviewed

THTR 61B - Advanced Social Issues Theater    ( 3.00 - Units )
Students will create, develop, and perform an original theater piece based on social issues relevant to a local group or organization. The project will be based on community meetings and discussions to understand community issues of concern that will inform and drive the script and production. Students will build on skills developed in THTR 61A, taking on more responsibilities and providing leadership.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work in a leadership capacity in creating original theater
  2. Participate in ensemble building
  3. Lead discussions on social issues

THTR 6A - Movement for the Actor    ( 3.00 - Units )
Work with a variety of physical techniques to help with the development of character, improve stage presence, command focus, be in control of the story when on stage and be more specific in your work as an actor or improviser. Techniques include use of mask, improvisation and stage combat. Students work together to create their own scenes and performance pieces based on the work in class. May not receive credit if THTR 6 has been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. perform a short scene created with partner;
  2. Perform a scene using stage combat moves based on previous instruction;
  3. Put on a mask, create an abstract shape with the body, stand with a still body but alive inside.

THTR 6B - Advanced Movement for the Actor    ( 3.00 - Units )
Build on skills developed in THTR 6A to improve specificity in character development and express story through physical movement.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. create a specific character through physicalization;
  2. develop a scene using no dialogue with a partner;
  3. perform a scene with a partner using a high level of concentration and physical specificity.

THTR 7 - Voice for the Actor    ( 3.00 - Units )
Development of the awareness of and access to the natural voice for use in theatrical production, and in life. Increase emotional availability and ability to communicate text clearly through breath control and articulation.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to articulate clearly and clearly state words from a given text
  2. Identify period speech.
  3. Improvise.
  4. Demonstrate effective breathing necessary for performance on stage

THTR 82 - Introduction to Moving Lights    ( 2.00 - Units )
Hands-on instruction in the care and operation of moving lights and controllers.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the features and functions of representative types of intelligent lighting fixtures;
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures required to safely hang, power, run data control lines and patch multiple intelligent and conventional fixtures;
  3. Demonstrate the techniques required to successfully program intelligent lighting fixtures both virtually and in practical hands-on assignments.

THTR 83 - Stage Hand Basics    ( 2.00 - Units )
Students will work on skills specific to jobs that require the position of a Stage Hand. Skills specific to rigging, audio set up and lighting set ups for events will be covered. Best practices will be taught through hands on work, including working live events.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of a broad range of vocabulary appropriate to rigging, lighting and sound
  2. Operate safely in a backstage environment while interacting with other people and multiple forms of equipment.

THTR 8A - Audition Technique and the Business of Acting    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course will give students an understanding of what is required in order to be a professional actor, as well as what it takes to pursue advanced acting degrees. Students will receive coaching on contemporary and classical monologues and learn about the basics of actor promotions. May not receive credit if THTR 8 has been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. provide critical feedback for the audition work of others;
  2. select appropriate materials for showcase auditions, create an actor "showcase", and perform short scenes in a "showcase" format;
  3. perform cold-read auditions.

THTR 8B - Advanced Audition Technique and the Business of Acting    ( 3.00 - Units )
This course builds on skills learned in THTR 8A. Emphasis will be put on the development of a full repertoire of monologues for a variety of audition situations. Students will finish the semester prepared to audition for professional acting work as well as actor training programs and 4 year schools.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. select a monologue appropriate for the individual;
  2. demonstrate knowledge of audition protocol;
  3. express joy and honesty and gratitude in audition conditions.