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Leslie Lloyd

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GUYS AND DOLLS - March 2017

GUYS AND DOLLS - March 2017

GUYS AND DOLLS - March 2017

GUYS AND DOLLS - March 2017

GUYS AND DOLLS - March 2017

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YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU - Fall Play 2016

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU - Fall Play 2016

The Odd Couple - Fall 2015

The Odd Couple - Fall 2015

Theatre Arts at Homestead High School

Quotes from students:

“tired of being yourself – join drama”
     “drama is awesome”
“drama stimulates my creativity”
“good excuse to act out”
“for fun and excitement – take drama”
 
“it’s a way to express yourself"
 
   “gives you a feeling like nothing else can quite measure up to”
 
COURSE OFFERINGS
 
Drama
Units: 10
Grades: 9-12
Prerequisite: None. This course is for those students who want introductory training in acting. Class emphasis is on voice, movement, improvisation, mental preparation, script preparation and various acting techniques. Course study may include the history of world theatre and theatre’s contributions to world cultures with representative readings of excellent plays from all cultures and eras; the formulation of criteria for personal evaluation of dramatic literature, performance and production; continued instruction in voice, staging and character analysis; playwriting techniques; directing techniques; rehearsal and performance for an audience.
 
Advanced Drama
Units: 10
Grades: 10–12
UC/CSU Requirement: f
Prerequisite: Drama. This course is for those students who want more advanced training in acting. Course work emphasizes reading, viewing, performing and analyzing dramatic works. Course study may include the history of world theatre and theatre’s contributions to world cultures with representative readings of excellent plays from all cultures and eras; the formulation of criteria for personal evaluation of dramatic literature, performance and production; continued instruction in voice, staging and character analysis; playwriting techniques; directing techniques; rehearsal and performance for an audience.
 
Advanced Drama Honors
Units: 10
Grades: 10–12
UC/CSU Requirement: f
Recommended: Advanced Drama. This course is for those students who are most interested and practiced in studying acting and the theater. Course study will be based on the skills and knowledge developed in the previous Drama courses and will help students to continue on to more advanced levels of dramatic study. Students will be expected to have a solid foundation of dramatic principles and practices.
 
Stagecraft
Units: 10
Grades: 9–12
This class is geared to introducing the student to the fundamentals of backstage technical work, and by giving students a new perspective on how the “wings” work and the opportunities they offer. This class is unique on a variety of levels: it is part theory, part design, part practical application, and part grunt work. Students will be granted a lot of self-directed time to complete the various projects assigned during the class; therefore, a major requirement is a sense of personal self-discipline and time management. Events in the school often require unique set ups for presentation. One of the very important (and gradable) elements of this class is the willingness to cooperate and do the work required for these events to occur.
 
EXTRA FUN!
 
DRAMA CLUB Everyone is welcome. We meet on Fridays in the auditorium – fundraisers, team building, car washes, movie nights, performances, general fun and merriment.
 
ITS International Thespian Society - society of student actors who meet and create … must participate in HHS productions to be a member. Graduation with honors, fun field trip/conferences … among other many perks
 
WHAT ELSE? One Acts, 2 plays a year, and a place to chill and be yourself!
 
ADVISOR/INSTRUCTOR:         Leslie Hardy Lloyd   leslie_lloyd@fuhsd.org

HHS Drama Website is Here!!!

Find the Calendar with audition and performance dates for the entire 2016-2017 school year ... plus Advanced Drama Student Sites!

 

https://sites.google.com/site/homesteadhsdrama/home

Tickets to all HHS Theatre Arts productions:

 

http://homesteadhs.seatyourself.biz

 

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HHS Drama Calendar

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