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All theatre classes are offered by Monterey Peninsula College, a member of the
California Community College system. And remember, you DON'T have to be a theatre major to enjoy the all the fun and benefits ...

Acting and audition classes can help you
       become more comfortable with public speaking.

Voice classes teach you to project and articulate what you have to say,
     whether it's a comedy by Neil Simon, a job interview,
           or a presentation to the CEO and the Board of Directors.

Improvisation classes build confidence, teaching you to focus,
             think quickly, and adapt to fast-changing situations,
                               while still looking confident and in control.


Check out our theatre classes to ee what the MPC Theatre Department has to offer!
For more information visit: MPC Theatre Arts Page

For additional information on MPC Theatre Arts classes, please contact:

         Acting Department Chair
         Laura Coté
         831-646-4029
         LCote@mpc.edu

Our Theatre Arts department offers a wide range of classes, including...



THEA 40B Main Stage production-Dramatic

This course provides instruction and supervised participation in rehearsal and performance for a large-scale, main stage dramatic production.

  • Eligibility for ENGL 1A
  • Credit transferable: CSU
  • Credit transferable: CSU

 



Gary Bolen
Chairman Emeritus,
MPC Theatre Arts Department
THEA 16A ACTING FOR THE CAMERA

Addresses the practice and study of the fundamental techniques required in acting before the camera in contrast to stage work. Addresses areas of voice and movement for the camera, blocking, memorization, audition, and interview techniques covering scripts from TV, film, and commercials. (LG-P/NP) Transfer:CSU.

     
THEA-40C - Main Stage Production - Classical

Rehearsal for 2013's Taming of the Shrew, with instructor/director Gary Bolen (Front Left).

This course provides instruction and supervised participation in rehearsal and performance for a large scale, main stage classical play/production. (3 unit course may be taken for Grade or P/NP)

         
         

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Post Office Box 761 ∙ Monterey, CA 93942-0761


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