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Why Delta Drama?
Delta Drama is home to one of the most dynamic and diverse community college theatre arts programs in California. Delta Drama students who complete the AA transfer degree will be qualified for entry-level career placement and/or advanced degree transfer in theatre performance.
A two-year actor-training program and technical theatre associate degree and certificate program.
An affordable program with many opportunities for financial aid and scholarships.
Production of four fully staged main stage productions a year in our main theatres, a summer season, and two performing workshops a year staged in the studio theatre.
A professional, highly trained, faculty staff and guest artists committed to student success and artistic growth.
A commitment to exploring inclusive values that reflect the cultural diversity of the Central Valley Community.
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The Delta Drama Outreach program is presented by the Arts & Communication Division of San Joaquin Delta College. The outreach program seeks to provide accessible theatre education in an interactive and creatively challenging environment to high schools in Stockton, Lodi, Modesto, Tracy, Galt, Linden, Manteca and Lathrop, among others. As part of this mission, we offer opportunities in theatre workshops, networking and production viewings.
The SJDC Drama Department offers workshops and a talkback series to bridge the gap between the page and stage following any of our performances.
Theatre Arts Courses
A rigorous, disciplined, and innovative two year curriculum in acting is complimented by integrated studies in technical theatre, theatre history, and theatre production specifically designed to augment the acting focus. Developed for the career-oriented theatre student, the acting program seeks to unlock intuitive potential for performance, and combine it with a powerful, yet flexible set of techniques and skills. Additionally, the theatre training will contribute to the student’s development of people management skills, collaboration strategies, and artistic aesthetic.
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by Mary Shelley
adapted by Bo List
Directed by Greg Foro
Oct 7-16, 2022
Adapted by Douglas Parker
Directed by Karen Vance
Dec 1-4, 2022
This fall Delta Drama announces two productions performed live
directed by our two full time faculty members.
Auditions will be held on Wednesday, Aug 24th from 6pm-10pm in the Studio Theatre (3rd Floor Locke).
Sides will be provided when you arrive at the audition.
Sign up with a partner and read ONE side. If you don't have a partner, one will be provided to you at the audition. Further materials will be provided at the callbacks. Mark your calendars now!
Callbacks for "Frankenstein" will be held on Thursday, 8/25 and
Callbacks for "Lysistrata" will be held on Friday, 8/26.
Rehearsals for "Frankenstein" will begin promptly on Monday, Aug. 29, 2022
To sign up for an audition time, click HERE
Any problems or immediate questions before the auditions?
Delta Drama is committed to open and inclusive casting that reflects the diversity of our community. ALL are encouraged to audition.
For Information about Crew and Technical Positions please contact
Kevin Bautch, Faculty/Technical Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
or Jonathan Singer, Faculty/Costume Shop Supervisor - jonathan.singer