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Contact Us!

www.ruhsdrama.com

 

Ms. Melissa Staab - Theatre Arts Director

mstaab@rbusd.org

(310) 798-8665 x4041

 

 

Mr. Bob McDonald - Theater Manager

amcdonald@rbusd.org

(310) 798-8665 Ext. 4057

 

Theatre Arts

COMING SOON - WINTER PLAY AUDITIONS & INTERVIEWS

COMING SOON!

"The greatest find since Anne Frank's diary". In October 1940, Sala Garncarz was sixteen, the daughter of a rabbi and teacher and the youngest of eleven children in a poor family living in Sosnowiec, Poland, close to the German border. When her older sister Raizel was ordered to report to a Nazi forced labor camp, Sala volunteered to take her place. Neither she nor her family suspected that six weeks of required labor would stretch to almost five years of slavery. Through letters from family and friends that she managed to hide and keep safe, Letters to Sala tells the story of one young woman's experiences in the most inhumane and unimaginable of situations.

TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 20TH!

TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 20TH!

2017-2018 Season Announcement!

2017-2018 Season Announcement!

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2017 Drama Seniors!

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2017 Drama Seniors!

UPCOMING EVENTS!

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Sunday
9/17/17
Monday
9/18/17
Tuesday
9/19/17
Wednesday
9/20/17
Thursday
9/21/17
Friday
9/22/17
Saturday
9/23/17

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THEATRE COURSES

 

BEGINNING DRAMA

Grades 9-12               Prerequisite:  None  

Year long course       Meets UC/CSU “F” Requirement

 

“Today You are You, that is Truer than True. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” In beginning drama, students will explore the basic elements of acting, theatrical history, design, and performance. Students will be exposed to a wide array of the world of theater and acting in order to establish roots and find one’s own pathway. Whether you have never been on stage before, or you are very familiar, there will be something new to learn for everyone! No acting experience is necessary, and any student in any grade level is welcome to enroll. Come join RUHS Theatre Arts!

 

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED DRAMA 

Grades 10-12             Prerequisite:  Drama 1-2 OR Audition (by appt. with instructor)        

Year long course       Meets UC/CSU “F” and “G” Requirement

 

This class is designed as the next level for actors to further develop and hone their skills and craft. Students will build off the skills of Beginning Drama to delve deeper into scene work, monologues, performance, and the study of various styles of theatrical works including Shakespeare and Musical Theater. Students will focus on career preparation, and real-world experience including auditioning, working with various industry professionals, and opportunities beyond RUHS.  This includes DTASC, where students will compete against other high schools. Students will also participate in exclusive performance opportunities for the school and community, including a festival of One-Acts which will be all student directed, produced, and performed. This course is designed to fit the desires and skill level of the students involved, making it collaborative and challenging!