7401 THEATER ARTS I
Grade: 9-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: None
Theater Arts II is offered to learners who want to further their theatrical skills through work in acting, directing, and theater heritage. Basic principles of production are studied and applied through performances in various theatrical applications. Production work required. Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular requirements.

7402 THEATER ARTS II
Grade: 10-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: Must pass Theater Arts I and Audition
Theater Arts II is offered to learners who want to further their theatrical skills through work in acting, directing, and theater heritage. Basic principles of production are studied and applied through performances in various theatrical applications. Production work required. Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular requirements.

7418 THEATER ARTS III
Grade: 11-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: Must pass Theater Arts I, Theater Arts II and Audition
Theater Arts III learners will continue the study of theater with greater emphasis, on the historical evolution and cultural contributions of Theater, production styles, and performance. Learners study basis components of production and apply them through performance. Production work required. Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular requirements.

7438 THEATER ARTS IV
Grade: 11-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: Must pass Theater Arts I, Theater Arts II, Theater Arts III and Audition
Theater Arts IV learners will do advanced work in acting, directing, and set design, and will continue the study of theater with greater emphasis on the historical evolution and cultural contributions of theater, production styles, and performance. Learners study basic components of production, and apply them through performance. Production work required. Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular requirements.

7440 TECHNICAL THEATER I
Grade: 10-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: Must pass Theatre Arts I or Instructor’s approval
Technical Theater I is a course designed to provide learners with a basic understanding of the aesthetics and practical application of all phases of technical production. This would include the study of all visual aesthetics, the physical theater, scenic design, scenery construction and painting, property construction and design, costuming, lighting, sound engineering, and back stage organization. Production work required. Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular requirements.

7450 TECHNICAL THEATER II
7460 TECHNICAL THEATER III
7470 TECHNICAL THEATER IV

Grade: 10-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: Must pass previous year of Tech Theater and teacher approval required
Will do advanced work in all phases of theatrical production. This includes advanced study of all visual aesthetics including the physical theatre, scenic design & construction, properties, costumes, lighting, sound engineering and back stage organization. Production work required for UIL Design Contest (not OAP). Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular and extracurricular requirements.

7360 THEATER PRODUCTION I
Grade: 9-12
Credit: .5 – 1
Prerequisite: By audition only
This course focuses on all aspects of theatrical production: acting concepts and skills, production concepts and skills, and aesthetic growth through appreciation of theatrical events being involved in the High School musical. Students will share the theater experience by working in the various areas associated with this course by the instructor. NOTE: Once a student is selected for the Theater Production class by audition only, they will receive credit through 80 hours (1/2 unit) to 160 hours (1 unit) of involvement in production activities and theatrical experiences that cover all required TEKS for this course. All work must be completed during the academic year and this is an after school class. (If the student has already obtained their Fine Arts credit prior to participating in the Musical or is taking it simultaneously while in the Musical that student may select the number grade or pass/fail for this class
if; the student has completed all the requirements for Theater Production and makes an A in the class. Once the choice has been made and the grade is entered the student may not change this grade per TEA guidelines.)

7358 THEATER PRODUCTION II
7362 THEATER PRODUCTION III
7364 THEATER PRODUCTION IV

Grade: 9-12
Credit: 1
Prerequisite: Theater Arts I, audition & director’s approval
Theater Production provides practical hands-on experiences in acting and stagecraft through the preparation and public performances of plays. This curricular laboratory for the exploration, development, and synthesis of all elements of theater supplements the other theater courses that concentrate on theories, information, and techniques by providing for the integration and implementation of these ideas and skills. Production work required. Enrollment in the course constitutes agreement to fulfill all curricular and extracurricular requirements.