Academy Director: Allison Robertson

CTE / Academy Facilitator: Jeremy Ossler

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Create a collaborative learning environment to develop skills and talents through an intense, integrated arts and academic program with high standards to elicit creative self-expression, critical thinking and artistry.


Theatre 1: This course promotes enjoyment and appreciation for all aspects of theatre. Class work focuses on the exploration of theatre literature, performance, historical and cultural connections, and technical requirements. Improvisation, creative dramatics, and beginning scene work are used to introduce students to acting and character development. Incorporation of other art forms in theatre also helps students gain appreciation for other art forms, such as music, dance, and visual art.

Theatre 2: Designed for students with a year of theatrical experience or more, this class promotes appreciation for all aspects of theatre through opportunities to build on existing skills. Class work focuses on characterization, playwriting, and playwrights’ contributions to theatre; while improvisation, creative dramatics, and scene work are used to help students challenge and strengthen their performance and technical skills.

Theatre 3: This course is designed for students with significant experience in theatre. Students reflect on aesthetics and issues related to and addressed through theatre. In keeping with the rigor expected in an accelerated setting, students assemble a portfolio that showcases a significant body of work representing personal vision and artistic growth over time, mastery of theatre skills, and techniques in one or more areas.

Technical Theatre: Students learn to select, organize, and mount formal and informal staged productions by means of exploring the leadership roles of director and stage manager. Students focus on principles of play production, techniques used to create an effective theatre work, and basic knowledge and application of staging. Public performances serve as a culmination of specific instructional goals.

2017-18 Action Plan:

Academy Teacher Team & Schedule:

Teacher’s Name
Course Taught
Period
A. Robertson
Theatre 1
1st, 2nd & 3rd
A. Robertson
Technical Theatre and Direction
7th
Maitland
English 1
2nd
A. Brown
Research
1st

*Please upload your supporting documents in the column below for each standard.

ACADEMY STANDARD

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

Standard 1: Integrated Curriculum / Projects
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Grade 9: Theatre I integrated curriculum with English: PBL; Performance scenes from Romeo and Juliet. (4th quarter). Weeks 30-33

Grade 9: Technical Theatre integrated curriculum with English: PBL; Costume design for Animal Farm scenes. Technical Theatre. (4th quarter). Weeks 35-38


Grade 9: Theatre I integrated curriculum with Intensive Reading: PBL; Performance scenes from Oedipus the King. (2nd quarter). Weeks 16-19

Curriculum In Action:
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Wound Make up used in production scenes for Crucible/Hamlet/Oedipus scenes.

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Script reading for scenes.
Curriculum In Action:

Standard 2: Cohort Schedule

Standard 3: Program of Study / 4 Yr Plan

Standard 4: Advisory Committee

On Stage Advisory Board Meeting: May 8, 2018
Standard 5: Enrollment

Standard 6: Professional Collaboration
1) July 24-27, 2017: Academy Team Planning Workshop
2) February 1, 2018: Cross Curricular Planning Day/ Atlantic High School
3) February 23, 2018: Career Academy Director Collaboration/Planning Day/ Atlantic High School
Standard 7: Recruitment
1) High School Showcase: December 2017
2)On Stage Academy at Open House August 2017:
3) 8th Grade High School Registration: 2017- On Stage Director and On Stage President in attendance, Atlantic HS
4) 8th Grade Shadow Days:

5) Atlantic HS Academy Showcase January 2018:
Standard 8: Career Focus / Workbased Learning
Enchanted Forest October 26-28, 2017

Pete the Cat performance at Enchanted Curious George performance at Enchanted
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Pete the Cat performance at Enchanted Forest 2017
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Doc McStuffins performance at Enchanted
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Florida Theatre Conference: Gainesville, November 8-11, 2017
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District 3 Thespian Competition: Winter Park, Lyman High School, November 15-18, 2017
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District Musical Performance Assessment
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Disney Candlelight Performance: December 2017
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Aladdin, Jr.: Athens Theatre, Deland, Florida: February 2, 2018
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Volusia County Dance Performance Assessment: February 17, 2018, Mainland High School; Black History Performance February 23, 2018
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Florida State Thespian Conference: March 13-17, 2018, Tampa, Florida
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State Musical Performance Assessment
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Standard 9: Marketing
On Stage Academy Brochure:

Academy Promotional Video: Academy Promotional Video

Port Orange Family Days Fall 2017
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Port Orange Family Days Spring 2018
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On Stage Logo:
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Follow On Stage on Social Media:
Twitter: @troupe5340
Instagram: @AtlanticHighDrama
Facebook: Sharks Theatre Troupe 5340
Final Evaluation:



Create a collaborative learning environment to develop skills and talents through an intense, integrated arts and academic program with high standards to elicit creative self-expression, critical thinking and artistry.

Teacher’s Name
Course Taught
Period
A. Robertson
Theatre 1
1st, 2nd & 3rd
A. Robertson
Technical Theatre and Direction
7th
Maitland
English 1
2nd
A. Brown
Research
1st