Lights up!  Whether you are a thespian who loves the limelight or someone who prefers to exercise your creativity backstage through design and execution, Regents theatre has a place for you!  In the classroom, students can participate in studio acting classes (scenes and monologues class), backstage work including set building, costuming, lighting, sound design (theater production and design class), production performance work (honors theatre class).  Students who are more interested in film that the stage have the option of studying study film, script writing, and film acting (film and performance class).  After school, students can participate in either of our two theatre productions each year.   In the Regents theatre department we seek to build wonderful relationships with each other while seeking to bring God glory through our work.  Come join us!

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  • School of Logic Drama (7th-8th)

    Students develop a broad theatre arts perspective while sharpening performance techniques.  Students will explore the disciplines of acting techniques, script analysis, stage direction, and stage movement. Students will perform monologues at the end of fall semester and small scenes at the end of the spring semester.
  • School of Rhetoric Scenes and Monologues (9th-12th)

    This course introduces students to acting and performance in a classroom setting.  Students will work on studio acting exercises, monologues and group scene work in class.  Any student interested in participating in the “Scenes and Monologues” class should be aware that they will have homework when it comes to memorizing monologues and group work scenes.  In addition to their character work and studio acting exercises, students will prepare, rehearse, costume and perform at least one monologue and one group scene in front of the class during the fall semester.  During the spring semester, students will work on a large group project in addition to their compulsory acting studio, character, scene and monologue work.  
  • School of Rhetoric Film and Performance (9th-12th)

    During the fall semester, students in Film and Performance class will primarily study and discuss pieces of select classic films.  The focus of these studies will be on storytelling, composition, and the use of light, sound, movement, color etc. to convey mood and story.  During the spring semester, students will take what they have learned by watching those great cinematic classics and they will write, direct, design, costume and star in their own films.  Films will be shot and edited by the entire class, and then viewed and critiqued throughout the semester. 
  • School of Rhetoric Theater Production and Design (9th-12th)

    Prerequisite: An interview with the instructor and a commitment
    Students in Theater Production and Design will focus their energy on production work for the fall and spring plays.  Class time is primarily devoted to designing props, costumes, sets, lighting and sound for the productions as well as the publicity for the shows.  This class will have limited set building and power tool work. Students are required to work on the fall and/or spring productions in a backstage capacity for the last 2 weeks of rehearsals and during all of the performances.
  • School of Rhetoric Honors Theater (9th-12th)

    Students develop their stage acting talents, honing their skills so that they are in better control of their craft. This includes refining expression through voice, face, and movement, in addition to furthering student facility with the technical aspects of theatrical production. Roles of various sizes may be cast from this class for the Fall and Spring plays. Students not cast in the play must work on a specific technical or artistic crew of their choice.  

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