- Instrumental Music
- Literary Media & Communications
- Museum Studies
- Technical Design & Production
- Visual Arts
- Vocal Music
"The word theatre comes from the Greeks. It means the seeing place. It is the place people come to see the truth about life and the social situation. The theatre is a spiritual and social x-ray of its time. The theatre was created to tell people the truth about life..."
- Stella Adler
We are looking for students who are committed to contributing to the world in which they live and developing their artistic and intellectual abilities. The study of theatre is a life-long activity and requires the student to develop multiple skills across many disciplines. In addition to rigorous training in acting, movement and speech, students study theatre history, dramatic literature, playwriting and directing. We place emphasis on individual growth, discovery of personal strengths, critical thinking, process oriented work and the ensemble approach to making theatre.
Our program is demanding and requires a high level of commitment from our students. In addition to opportunities to perform onstage at Ellington our students have extensive opportunities to work with professional artists and theatre companies from around the country and the world.
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|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Acting I||Acting II||Acting III||Acting IV|
|Theatre History I||Movement II||Styles||Audition Practices*/
Introduction to Directing*
|Intro to Theatre/Dramatics||Theatre History II||Movement III||Senior Projects|
|Movement I||Speech II||Speech III||Movement IV|
|Theatre Operations & Management||Playwriting & Play Analysis|
|Acting III||Vera Katz||View Syllabus|
|Acting IV||Vera Katz||View Syllabus|
|Movement I||Dawn Naser||View Syllabus|
|Movement II||Dawn Naser||View Syllabus|
|Movement III||Dawn Naser||View Syllabus|
|Musical Theatre||Roz White||View Syllabus|
|Theatre Operations – Arts Management||Dawn Naser||View Syllabus|
|Voice & Speech||Denise Diggs||View Syllabus|