• Ms Victoria Tatulli
    Room: C110
    (856) 652-2700 exit. 8130


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    Ms. Tatulli is a number one advocate of performing arts. She graduated in 2018 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Musical Theatre from Rowan University. In 2019, she continued her education at Rowan earning her Master’s Degree in K-12 theatre and public speaking. Previously, Ms. Tatulli was a student teacher at Gloucester County Institute of Technology where she taught 10th grade drama and 11th/12th grade public speaking. She is also a previous pre-k teacher. Ms. Tatulli performs in the South Jersey area shows, as well as directs children’s theatre programs. She is currently the resident elective drama teacher at GHS, as well as, an adjunct professor of Theatre and Dance and Oral Communication at Rowan College of South Jersey.

    Drama class is a place where students are able to express themselves freely and confidently. This class introduces students to the fundamental skills of the physical and emotional elements of acting while developing public speaking techniques. Students will gain lifelong skills such as collaboration, problem-solving, resume building, auditioning/job interivew process (for theatre or an outside of theatre career), communications, and all aspects of the entertainment field. Includes: team and ensemble building, relaxation and concentration practices, theatre history, scene and monologue work, choreography and movement-based physciality, professional theatre vocabulary. 

    Ms. Tatulli believes in the process over product in her student-centered classroom. All students are able to express themselves creatively and comfortably. It is not how you start but how you finish, and how you grew throughout that process. “I am not just training performers, I am training future nurses, truck drivers, lawyers, customer service reps., and everything in between.”

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     CLASS REMIND CODE: @dramatat (students will text this code to the phone number 81010)