Faculties - Drama

Drama is a dynamic learning experience that caters for a diverse range of students and prepares them for effective and responsible participation in society, taking account of moral, ethical and spiritual considerations. The study of Drama engages and challenges students to maximise their individual abilities through imaginative, dramatic experiences created in co-operation with others.

Students will learn to make, perform and appreciate Drama. They will learn about the elements of Drama including character, focus, time, place, space, structure, rhythm, pace and tension. Students will develop their performance skills in a range of performance opportunities including play building, improvisation, theatresports, lip-sync and script work. Students will learn to work as a team in theatre games, focus activities and group performances. Students will learn to appreciate drama and theatre by attending workshops, professional performances, writing Theatre reviews and reflecting their work in their logbooks. 

2017 Nepean Young People's Theatre

What:    The Werewolf's Curse  

Date:  
   Monday 5 June 2017

Time: 
    6pm

Venue: 
  Entree Restaurant, Kingswood TAFE

Cost:   
  $35

Description:
The Nepean Young People's Theatre, in collaboration with TAFE NSW, invite you to our Semester 1 Performance Evening. This night will include a production of The Werewolf's Curse, an outrageous supernatural comedy by Samuel French, which will be accompanied by a delicious three course meal prepared and served to you by Hospitality students from TAFE NSW and TVET Hospitality students from our school.

There are a strictly limited number of seats available so we encourage you to purchase tickets in advance. Tickets can be purchased through trybooking.

 

 

2017 Year 11 Drama Production

Year 11 Drama students invite you to their production of Fourteen and Nine Months.

Fourteen and Nine Months is your official ticket to adulthood.

You sensationalise your skills and efforts in volunteer work, sit the interview and secure a part-time job.

For the first time you are mature, skilled and experienced enough for the real world. Simple...or is it really that easy?

Fourteen and Nine Months is a play that confronts the issues of the youth of today.

Pelase come and support the Year 11 Drama class in their production at 7pm on Tuesday 28 March in the NAC.

Tickets: $10 (flat rate) through trybooking.

Please note: The play contains mild language and mature themes.

 

 


 

 

2016 Year 11 Drama Production
Year 11 Drama students invite you to their production of Bassett by James Graham.


At Wootton Bassett School the supply teacher has done a runner and locked the pupils in their clasroom. Dean needs the toilet, Aimee needs a coffee, Amid needs to pray, and Leo...well, Leo really, really wants to escape. Outside, only yards from their confienment, a repatriation of fallen British soldiers is happening along the high street, as it has over a hundred times before through this quiet Wilshire town. But this one is more personal than most. As factions form and secrets are revealed, maybe Leo is not the only one who'll want to get away. An exhilarating, startling snapshot of a generation who have inherited a world at war.

Date
Thursday 7 April 2016 - 5:00pm and 7:00pm. 

Tickets
Tickets can be purchased through Trybooking.com A limited number of tickets will be available at the door; however to avoid disappointment we advise you to purchase your tickets through Trybooking.com as soon as possible.

Poster
Thank you to our talented Creative Arts students from the Nepean Design Studio who have designed our poster. We would also like to acknowledge and thank the staff and students from TAS who have built our set. The support we have received from these two faculties has definitely assisted in the development of an engaging theatrical experience!

 

 

 

 

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