Everybody’s a Star
Why choose this program?Step into the spotlight by playing a part in a stage, television, radio, video or motion picture production. Whether it’s a serious or comic role, or something behind the scenes, there are countless opportunities to act, sing, dance, produce, direct, operate a camera or simply read.
What will I experience?
- Master the art of script or news reading using proper voice and diction
- Learn to use various techniques to create believable characters, realities and interactions
- Explore your talents as an actor, musician, dancer, performer, director, technician or designer
- Understand different types of plays and theatrical styles
- Deconstruct the basic elements of plot, character, theme and language
What opportunities might it lead to?
An associate of arts in theatre arts degree can develop your skills and knowledge in the different aspects of theatre performance and technical skills. It also is the foundation for four-year college studies in theatre arts.
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Please see the College Catalog for additional information and requirements.