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haycockja@tfsd.org
208-732-7500 Ext: 3059
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Schoology

My Classes:

Theatre I

Theatre I will introduce students to the creative world of theatre and performance. Throughout the semester students will gain experience in improvisation, directing, playwriting, design, and choreography. Students may also audition for the competitive drama team in the Fall. Theatre I students serve as backstage crew and staff for the annual fundraiser, Dessert Theater, and will be required to spend one week of evening rehearsals & performances. Students will be required to attend two live theatre productions per semester and evaluate them in writing. Theatre I students will wrap up the year with the Intro Show, a public performance of original scenes and projects.

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Theatre II

Theatre II is a continuation of the study of theatre and the application of the skills learned in Theatre I. Students audition for placement on the competitive drama team and compete in the district and state competitions held in the Fall. Theatre II actors then perform in Dessert Theater and produce a show in the spring for the general public. Students also serve as build and stage crews for the two other main stage shows. All Theatre II students will be required to spend the necessary hours outside of the school day for evening rehearsals and performances for each show. Students will be required to attend two live theatre productions per semester and evaluate them in writing.

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Theatre III

Theatre III is the main stage performance class. Theatre III students audition for placement on the competitive drama team and compete in the district and state competitions held in the Fall. Students will perform in Dessert Theater and audition for individual roles for the two main stage productions. Advanced students will be required to spend MANY hours outside of the school day for build, load-in and evening rehearsals and performances for each show. Students will be required to attend two live theatre productions per semester and evaluate them in writing.

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Studio 5 Films

STUDIO-5 Films: From Concept to Screen is a pilot class for students to engage in the art of filmmaking and to experience the work and detail that is necessary in creating award winning short films. This class is designed with a variety of activities appropriate for different interests, learning styles, and intellectual abilities. Students will principally be engaged in preparing short films to be entered in Idaho’s Kiwanis Teen Film Festival for scholarships and recognition. Students will select a competition film category, create scripts, storyboards, pre-production documents and fill crew assignments. Student will ultimately cast, film and edit their short films before the April submission deadline.

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Speech

Speech is the study of practical applications of the basic skills and techniques involved in interpersonal communications and public address. The course is designed to meet the core graduation requirement of speech for those students entering high school without one credit in this area.

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