The Drama and Fashion Design major students visited Goodwill. These two majors are working together to create costumes for the upcoming Drama production. The Drama major students are in charge of the acting, while the Fashion Design students are designing the costumes. Each pair (One Drama student and one Fashion Design student) had a budget of $7 to spend on items they will use for their costumes. They created a design of what their costumes should look like before the field trip. Each student enjoyed shopping and watching each other as they were trying on unusual dresses, skirts, and other … Continue reading Drama and Fashion Design Working Together
The Drama teachers: Liz Lark-Riley, Joseph Lark-Riley and Nicholas Mayfield, have interesting backgrounds. Joseph grew up in Rockledge, Florida, and attended a Catholic school where he got good grades and was the teachers’ pet. Around the time he was nine, … Continue reading How well do you know the Drama teachers?
Lights! Camera! Action! Drama, a major at DECATS, prepares students for the production of “Waiting for Godot.” To warm up the students for the production, they play games, practice cult rituals, memorize scripts, break into scenes, and work on developing … Continue reading Drama prepares for the big show
On Monday (6-16-14), the Drama Major went on a field trip to the Goodwill Store in search of costumes for their play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream in which they all play bugs. Before they left, a bucket of costume scraps was laid out and the students could take whatever they needed. The wings in the costume pile were quickly snatched up. At the store, each student had a limit of five dollars provided by DECATS, but most people brought more money in case they needed it. The costumes were hard to find because the students have to transform from human … Continue reading Drama Field Trip