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About Us

General Information:

Arnold High School Theatre and Dance is a full scale, community service centered, performing arts program at Arnold High School in Panama City Beach, Florida. We focus on learning through experience and provide our productions free of charge to our community as a way to share arts opportunities with everyone. For more information about current productions, see our home page. For information about sponsoring our current season please visit the sponsorship page.

Information for Students and Parents about Arnold High School Theatre & Dance:

Arnold Theatre & Dance has three primary ways for students to get involved. Student’s may participate in one, two, or all three of these areas of involvement and can choose from year to year to be more or less involved based on their individual goals, needs, and time availability. The three areas of involvement and a brief description of each are listed below.

1. Theatre & Dance Classes

Students may take one of each of the following each year OR choose to only take one class if they’d like. Unique courses are offered each year and may include:

Dance

  • Dance Techniques: Focused on learning principles of musical theatre dance including tap and jazz. This class is for beginners AND experienced dancers to explore these styles and expand their technique in level 1 and delve deeper including choreography and more complex skills in level 2. These courses are taken in order and students can go up to level 4 which is an honors course. Students in this class will participate in recital.
  • Ballet: Focused on learning the core movements of all dance through ballet. Students will explore lyrical, contemporary, and ballet styles and techniques. These courses are taken in order and students can go up to level 4 which is an honors course. Students in this class will participate in recital.
  • Dance Celebration: A dance course specifically designed for Access Diploma students and those with mixed mobility needs to be able to work in a dance environment with peers of differing ability levels. Dance leadership students can take this course to support their mixed mobility peers! Students in this class will participate in recital.

Acting

  • Acting 1: Focused on acting basics such as pantomime, projection, characters, script writing and analysis, and foundations of improv. Students in this class will have the option to participate in recital.
  • Acting 2-4: Focused on intermediate to advanced acting skill sets and processes, building on the skills from prior acting class and more intense exploration into areas such as acting theory, script analysis, devised theatre, and stage combat. These courses are taken in order and students can go up to level 4 which is an honors course. Students in this class will participate in recital.

Technical Theatre

  • Costumes, Makeup, and Hair: Focused on designing as well as hands on work in theatrical character creation though costumes, makeup, and hair design, construction, and application. Beginners are welcome, and experienced students can grow this course into leadership roles. Students in this class will participate in recital by helping with costume, makeup, and hair elements.
  • Technical Theatre 1-4: Focused on maintaining and running our auditorium including lighting and sound equipment for school and community use. We also build sets, paint, organize and make props and costume items and more. Beginners are encouraged to join us and we’ll train you. Advanced students will take on leadership roles. Students in this class also support after school theatre activities such as theatre competition, shows, leadership and service projects. These courses are taken in order and students can go up to level 4 which is an honors course. Students in this class will participate in recital by running tech for the show.
  • Theatre Directing 1-2: Theatrical Direction and Stage Management student directors help support in level 1 classes and take on leadership roles related to directing and managing peers. This course is ONLY for those who have taken multiple theatre courses and shown leadership abilities. Applications are available at the end of each school year. Pre-req is at least two other theatre courses and teacher approval. Level 2 is an honors course.

2. International Thespian Society (I.T.S.)

International Thespian Society is an honors association for theatre students that is recognized around the globe. The mission of I.T.S. is to honor student excellence in the theatre arts. Members must maintain a 2.0 GPA, excellent school attendance and behavior, and get to earn points towards graduation honor awards through their participation in theatre productions, showcases, and competitions.

I.T.S. Members:

  • Pay dues ($30 one time only)
  • Earn points towards internationally recognized I.T.S. awards for graduation
  • Travel and compete in a District Festival each year (November in Niceville)
  • Must attend meetings, spirit events, and troupe fundraisers
  • Are eligible to attend State Festival (March in Tampa)
  • May participate in competition productions as well as general after school productions
  • May purchase official I.T.S. club shirts and gear and AHS Theatre spirit shirts and gear

3. Theatre & Dance Performances

This is participation in what would be considered more traditional Drama Club or high school Dance Team type activities. It’s often after school, most activities are open to all students (even those not involved in theatre or dance classes or ITS), and everything designed to offer performing arts to not only Arnold but in support of the arts throughout our community.

Example events and activities include:

  • School plays
  • Recitals and showcases
  • Community service projects in the performing arts
  • Improv Shows
  • Technical theatre support for local events
  • Arts Alive (check out bayeducationfoundation.org)

ALL students at Arnold are welcome and encouraged to audition for open casting after school productions (usually 2 per year), attend general I.T.S. meetings every Thursday (to stay updated on info. & socialize), and participate in various after school theatre and dance activities like working tech in the auditorium, Play in a Day, Improv, and social events.

Students involved in after school theatre:

  • Do not have to pay dues or attend competitions/festivals
  • May attend meetings, spirit events, and fundraisers
  • May audition for school productions and Improv shows
  • May purchase AHS Theatre spirit shirts and gear

If you have additional questions about getting involved please speak with our Director Ms. Hatcher, hatched@bay.k12.fl.us

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