The Cañada College Theatre Arts Department presents a program rich in depth and diversity.
Students pursuing a career in the theatre arts or simply desiring creative expression
will find in the drama department a wide array of relevant and exciting courses, as
well as an extensive opportunity to put their developing knowledge and talent to work
in both the creative and technical aspects of production. Students have the opportunity
to perform, direct, design, build, crew, and manage plays ranging from broad comedy
to edgy dramatic works.
The Cañada Theatre Arts Department can point with satisfaction to a significant and steadily growing number of its former students who go on to professional stage, film, and television work as performers, producers, and technicians - and also to the many gratified amateurs.
|Group B, complete 9 units from the following:||Units|
|DRAM 101||History of Theatre||3 units|
|DRAM 150||Script Analysis||3 units|
|DRAM 151||Introduction to Shakespeare I||3 units|
|DRAM 160||Latin American Theatre||3 units|
|DRAM 201.3||Acting Lab III||1 unit|
|DRAM 201.4||Acting Lab IV||1 unit|
|DRAM 221||Stage Movement||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.