Pembroke Pines (6-12) Campus - Theatre
This course is designed for students with little or no theater experience, and promotes enjoyment and appreciation for all aspects of theater. Theater 2 focuses more on advanced techniques. Classwork focuses on the exploration of theater 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 theater also helps students gain appreciation for other art forms, such as music, dance, and visual art.
This class requires a minimum of two performances each year. Amount and level of performances for each show depend on students level and class achievement.
About Mr. Greenblum
Mr. Greenblum is a working artist and Arts Teacher with over 18 years teaching experience. He attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y. and The Arts Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts. Many of his students have gone on to win numerous awards in the highly prestigious Scholastic Art Awards, including the highly esteemed National Gold Key Award. Mr. Greenblum also work's as a professional artist, muralist, and filmmaker when not teaching. He has worked in many different disciplines, from traditional drawing and painting to printmaking, photography, and film in addition to Theater. Mr. Greenblum has also had several different articles that published and wrote of his work. He currently lives in Homestead with my best friend Poppy, an awesome dog I rescued from an animal shelter approximately 7 years ago.
Mr. Greenblum's work has appeared in such publications as The Sun Sentinel, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Resident, and a feature article in Airbrush Action magazine, the industry's leading magazine. His work has been purchased by such notable people as Ex-Attorney general, Archibald Cox, actor Carey Elwes, the former presidential granddaughter of Indonesia, and Francis Fischer, who purchased a painting for her former boyfriend Clint Eastwood of himself as a Christmas present. He also painted a portrait for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu which was given to him as a gift during a major Church event.