Theatre Arts is the essence of S.T.E.A.M. in that it is the only art form that incorporates all the other fine arts and many technical applications into its final product. Our primary goal is to educate the whole person, to emphasize comprehensive education. Everyone should experience the dynamics of theatre. Ensemble technique teaches cooperation, teamwork, and communication. The skills learned in producing theatre are necessary in every occupational arena. The technical skills used in a production reinforce math, physics, computer science, and chemistry.
No associate degree is offered with a major in Theatre Arts. Theatre Arts courses may be used to fulfill requirements for an Associate in Arts degree with a major in Fine Arts or in Liberal Arts.
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Online Classes available:
TA-102-79510 History of Theatre with Tracy Davis
Zoom meeting Classes available:
TA-101-79508 Introduction To Theatre with Jennifer West
TA-104-79965 Oral Interpretation of Literature with Ed Heaberlin
TA-106-79512 Beginning Acting with Ed Heaberlin
TA-107-79513 Intermediate Acting with Ed Heaberlin
TA-116-79813 Authors of the Theatre with Ed Heaberlin
TA-203-79814 Script Analysis with Ed Heaberlin
Last Updated 2/2/21