Our Production Series of classes are workshops in acting styles deisgned to support Glendale College Department of Theatre Arts productions.
Students enrolled in this course will be formed into a company to present plays from the selected repertoires as a part of the department's season.
An audition/interview is required for each of the productions (visit www.glendale.edu/theatre for scheduled auditions) and are customarily the first week of each semester. Auditions for the musical is customarily at the later part of the Fall Semester.
Each student will be assigned projects in accordance with his or her interests and talents regarding the selected materials.
Some of the offerings within the Glendale College Department of Theatre Arts Production Season may include the following classes and genres:
Theatre Arts 160 - Acting Styles Workshop in Musical Theatre (1-3 units)
Theatre Arts 161 - Acting Styles Workshop in Classical Theatre Production (1-3 units)
Theatre Arts 162 - Acting Styles Workshop in Modern Theatre Production (1-3 units)
Theatre Arts 163 - Acting Styles Workshop in Contemporary Theatre (1-3 units)
Theatre Arst 164 - Acting Styles Workshop in New Works and Experimental Theatre Production (1-3 units)
Student Learning Outcomes:
Create a character in a specific genre of theatrical production (Musical, Classical, Modern, Contemporary or Experimental Theatre), from script to performance.
Demonstrate the skills required in a theatre production from the audition through rehearsal process, culminating in performances of a theatrical production before a paying audience.
T ART 160 Course Outline
T ART 161 Course Outline
T ART 162 Course Outline
T ART 163 Course Outline
T ART 164 Course Outline