Drama school

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A drama school can be initiated involving learning materials for dramaturgy, acting, directing, set design, properties, special effects, costume design, makeup, lighting, sound, stage management, front-of-house activities, and promotional materials for marketing.

Dramaturgy[edit | edit source]

See

Collaborative play writing

Acting[edit | edit source]

The actor’s craft, imagination and sense of play are developed through classes in acting in a prescribed play, improvisation, vocal training, movement of all kinds to hold the audience's attention, singing, dancing, fighting with or without a weapon, and vocal storytelling.

Set design[edit | edit source]

Properties[edit | edit source]

Special effects[edit | edit source]

Costume design[edit | edit source]

Makeup[edit | edit source]

Lighting[edit | edit source]

Sound[edit | edit source]

Directing[edit | edit source]

Stage management[edit | edit source]

Front-of-house activities[edit | edit source]

Promotional marketing[edit | edit source]

External links to drama schools[edit | edit source]

National Theatre School of Canada http://www.ent-nts.ca/en/programs/acting/