The Proficiency Award in Theatre Arts: Playwriting introduces students to the fundamentals of writing for the stage. This program will help prepare students seeking a career in theatre or film and/or television production as a writer’s assistant, staff writer or playwright.
After successfully completing a Theatre Arts: Playwriting Proficiency Award, a student could be hired as a: stage manager, actor, playwright, writer’s assistant in the film and/or television industry, production assistant or casting assistant.
To earn a Proficiency Award in Theatre Arts: Playwriting, students must complete 9 specified units.
|THA M08||Script Analysis||3|
|THA M21A||Playwriting I||3|
|THA M10A||Theatre Production: Performance I||3|
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- demonstrate literacy in Theatre history and appreciation.
- apply learned skills in acting, directing, design, technical production, stagecraft, lighting, audio, costume construction and/or make-up application.
- apply management and problem solving skills to produce a theatrical work in a studio or main stage venue.
- collaborate with peers and instructors in practical applications of skills on original or scripted works.