In this class, children will learn the basic building blocks of theatre performance. Through various theatre games and activities, we will work on improvisation skills, character development, and the art of storytelling. We will discover different ways to instill self-confidence and will explore several ways to help coax your child out of their shell. Your child will learn all about the wonderful world of theatre in the most fun and entertaining way possible! Class Limit: 15 students.
This class is filled with games and activities that help students understand the basics of acting without a lot of rigorous work. Students will learn warm-up techniques, improvisational games, and create scenes with fellow classmates to feel at ease on stage and get those creative juices flowing. It doesn't matter what skill level your child is on in their acting journey because this class caters to them all. Class Limit: 15 students,
In this class, each student will review singing technique focusing on breathing and vocal placement. Also, musical theater basics will be incorporated into class. Age appropriate repertoire will be selected by the instructor, and students will perform as individuals and in ensemble numbers. Students will have a brief performance during the final class. Class Limit: 15 students.
In this course students will cover basic technique of vocal production: breathing and placement of tone. Repertoire will be selected from Broadway musicals and the basics of musical theater will be incorporated into class. Our goal is to help you develop a healthy, versatile singing voice adaptable to the many styles required in musical theatre today. Students will have a brief performance during the final class. Class Limit: 15 Students
CLASS WILL MEET TWO TIMES A WEEK FOR THREE WEEKS. These classes dates have changed recently. These are the correct dates. If you have any confusion
Join us for a two-week session where we will deconstruct and reconstruct monologues. This class will focus on how an actor can work to find the story within the monologue. Participants are welcomed to bring in a monologue or two they would like to work on or monologues can be assigned to you. Each student should have a dramatic and comedic monologue by the end of the course.
The class will study Commedia dell'arte (comedy through the art of Improvisation) a form of rehearsed/improvised comedy. Actors will assume stock characters that represent fixed social types, and perform scenarios that have predetermined plots but are largely improvised. Come discover the actor in you and expand your creativity.
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