Drama is a great many things!

It is an opportunity to tell a story and change a life.
It is an opportunity to fill the room with laughter and tears.
It is an opportunity to move with intention and determination.
It is an opportunity to live in another man’s shoes and to speak another man’s words.
It is an opportunity to open eyes to a new possibility, a new way of thinking, a new perspective.
It is an opportunity to heal an old wound or spark a new love.
It is an opportunity to live out that which we only dare to whisper in our dreams.
It is an opportunity to explore all other opportunities that have been placed before everyone who has come before us.



  • Please Bring the following:
    • jeans
    • eyeliner and mascara.
    • A mostly white outfit
    • A mostly black outfit
    • A colorful outfit
    • 2 contrasting monologues
      •   Google "monologues" and there are dozens of free ones. Choose one that catches your attention and is meaningful to you. Then choose one with a completely different tone. (Example: happy vs sad; excited vs monotone)  *My goal is to learn more about you and see the dynamics of your acting ability.  You don’t need to memorize it but please be familiar with it and able to read it smoothly on Monday. There is no right or wrong way to read it so don’t worry too much.

I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.
— Oscar Wilde
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Drama Track Leader - dOMINIQUE cOUSIN

Dominique has always had a love for the arts at an early age. Drama and dance has been her passion where she has performed locally in her hometown on many projects. Besides performing - teaching and directing has been her main focus within her community and within ministry. Coaching the youth for auditions and their performances has been new adventure in recent years. She has also had the privilege to be on staff and direct many productions within Lakewood Church, Houston, TX. 

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Drama Track Teacher - cOURTNEY jOHNSON

After getting her BFA in Drama Performance from the University of Oklahoma, Courtney has spent the past two years working her film and theatre. She’s performed in over 50 plays including the role of Desdemona in Othelloand Hecuba in Women of Troy, and was a semi-finalist for the Irene Ryan award at The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. As a SAG-eligible actor, her film credits include God’s Not Dead 3 and regional commercials.