Overview

Theatre Arts/Drama is a learning path that focuses on the study of theatre and performance. It includes the exploration of various aspects of the theatre, such as acting, directing, playwriting, stage design, and stage management. Students in this learning path may also study the history of theatre and its cultural significance. Through courses, workshops, and hands-on experience, students in this learning path will develop their skills in communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking. They will also learn to express themselves through the medium of theatre, and to create and perform original works of drama. This learning path may lead to careers in the performing arts or education, as well as opportunities for personal growth and self-expression.

Jobs you expect

Some potential jobs in the field of Theatre Arts/Drama include:

  1. Actor: performers who bring characters to life on stage or screen
  2. director: leaders who oversee the creative process of a production
  3. playwright: writers who create original works of drama
  4. stage designer: artists who create the visual aesthetic of a production
  5. stage manager: professionals who coordinate all aspects of a production, from rehearsals to performance
  6. stage technician: specialists who operate lighting, sound, and other technical elements of a production
  7. drama teacher: educators who teach theatre and performance skills to students of all ages
  8. arts administrator: professionals who manage the business and financial aspects of a theatre or arts organization
  9. casting director: professionals who select actors for roles in film, television, and theatre productions
  10. arts therapist: therapists who use theatre and performance techniques to help clients heal and grow emotionally.


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Certificates

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Theatre Arts/Drama

Art: Visual & Performing

You made the decision, now it's time to enhance it and gain the depth of knowledge you need to advance.

T-SHAPED EXPERT

Theatre Arts/Drama

Art: Visual & Performing

You made the decision, now it's time to enhance it and gain the depth of knowledge you need to advance.

Overview

Theatre Arts/Drama is a learning path that focuses on the study of theatre and performance. It includes the exploration of various aspects of the theatre, such as acting, directing, playwriting, stage design, and stage management. Students in this learning path may also study the history of theatre and its cultural significance. Through courses, workshops, and hands-on experience, students in this learning path will develop their skills in communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking. They will also learn to express themselves through the medium of theatre, and to create and perform original works of drama. This learning path may lead to careers in the performing arts or education, as well as opportunities for personal growth and self-expression.

Jobs you expect

Some potential jobs in the field of Theatre Arts/Drama include:

  1. Actor: performers who bring characters to life on stage or screen
  2. director: leaders who oversee the creative process of a production
  3. playwright: writers who create original works of drama
  4. stage designer: artists who create the visual aesthetic of a production
  5. stage manager: professionals who coordinate all aspects of a production, from rehearsals to performance
  6. stage technician: specialists who operate lighting, sound, and other technical elements of a production
  7. drama teacher: educators who teach theatre and performance skills to students of all ages
  8. arts administrator: professionals who manage the business and financial aspects of a theatre or arts organization
  9. casting director: professionals who select actors for roles in film, television, and theatre productions
  10. arts therapist: therapists who use theatre and performance techniques to help clients heal and grow emotionally.


Universities & Schools

No items found.

Certificates