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Studying theater helps students build confidence in public speaking and creative expression. Acting asks students to explore using their voices and bodies to portray character, plot, and emotion, while directing asks students to develop the leadership skills to coach others and enact their unique perspective of a performance. This process also relies on building trust as students create art collaboratively.

This course provides students with opportunities to develop characters, act in monologues, experiment with voice, perform scene work, and devise staged movement. Advanced students can progress to study directing methodology including how to create a directorial vision, coach actors in their process, and give feedback in supportive and productive ways. This course provides excellent preparation for the IB SL or HL Theatre class.

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