Musical Theatre is the perfect introduction and exploration of the world of musical theatre. This class will give students a basic understanding of the art of musical theatre, focusing on song & dance. Each semester will be focused on a specific musical and will include history of the show, auditioning, proper techniques for singing while doing choreography and fun, engaging theater activities culminating in a performance at the end of each semester in our combined theatre show-off.
Wednesdays, 3:45-4:30pm for ages 5-7
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IMPROV is a fun, high-energy class taught by Emily Alexander (professional improvisor) and is perfect for the student looking to add skills and confidence to their theatre tool bag. Students will learn how to use improv as an acting tool, a performance art and a life skill! The class will learn to work effectively with an ensemble, support and agreement, characterization, and fundamentals of improv scene work. Class will culminate in a performance at the end of each semester in our combined theatre show-off.
6:15-7pm for ages 8-11
7-8pm for ages 12-18
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Vocal Technique is designed specifically for the musical theatre singer. This class will focus on proper warm-up techniques, vocalization, breathing and performance. Students will also learn to work cooperatively with a group, fine tune their vocal quality and learn to create correct notes and sounds within a theatrical atmosphere. Class will culminate in a performance at the end of each semester in our combined theatre show-off.
Vocal Tech 1, 6:45-7:30pm for ages 8-11
Vocal Tech 2, 6-6:45pm for 12-18
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Acting 1 for ages 8-11 emphasizes confident performances, script analysis and ensemble cooperation. Students will build a solid foundation in acting by using ensemble activities, creating characters through various forms and learning proper acting techniques all while creating a One Act play or scene performance to "show off" at the end of each semester.
Acting 2 for 12-18 focuses on more in depth study of characters through the use of monologues, scenes, short plays and ensemble activities. Studies will include objectives, obstacles, tactics, relationships, character studies and important movement and acting styles for the stage as well as vital audition techniques. This is a great class to further your understanding of the complexities of being a successful stage actor. Class will culminate in a performance at the end of each semester in our combined theatre show-off.
Acting 1, 5:15-6pm for ages 8-11
Acting 1, 6-6:45pm for ages 8-11
Acting 2, 6:45-7:45pm for ages 12-18
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