HPC Theatre Arts
In HPC's Theatre Program students will examine theatre as an expressive and collaborative art form. The mission of our program is for all students to gain an understanding of the collaborative nature and technical skills of theatre arts and of their own value as an integral part of our team; This is accomplished through working on productions and ensemble exercises. Theatrical topics explored within the program include: stage movement, pantomime, acting, vocal styles, script writing, theatre history, playwriting/devising, technical design, and technical play production.
At HPC, theatre is created entirely by students. Meaning, every aspect of performances, from acting to lighting to costume and set design and construction, is completed by students. It is my goal to give all students the tools and confidence to complete any task set before them.
Any student at HPC is welcome to participate in theatrical activities as a class member or a drama club member.
Fall 2018 Schedule:
Block 1 - Planning
Block 2 - Beginning/Intermediate Theatre
Block 3 - Beginning Theatre
Block 4 - Beginning Theatre
Spring 2019 Schedule:
Block 1 - Beginning Theatre
Block 2 - Honors Technical Theatre/Honors Proficient Theatre/Honors Advanced Theatre
Block 3 - Intermediate Theatre
Block 4 - Planning
Phone: 336-819-2825 ext. 1605
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Rose-Scott graduated from Appalachian State University with degrees in Theatre Arts Education (K-12) and Dance Education (K-12). This is her fourth year teaching at High Point Central. Mrs. Rose-Scott also supervises Drama Club, which puts on two theatrical productions per school year. The theatrical season consists of a full-length straight play in the winter and a musical in the spring.
Monday and Wednesday 3:50pm - 4:30pm
You must notify Mrs. Rose-Scott 24 hours prior if you want to stay for tutoring.