Summer Workshop 2016
June 27 - July 10
Workshops For Kids Ages 8-15
Our kids' workshops have been "center-stage" at the theater since its inception. The workshops introduce youth to the adventure of performing on stage in an environment that encourages each participant to explore his or her talents in a friendly and structured setting. Workshops are available during the summer break, usually late June through mid-late July.
Past workshops include The Little Mermaid, Jr., Beauty and the Beast Jr., Fractured Fairy Tales, Annie Jr., and Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
Workshops are designed to teach through "doing" without being intimidating. All registrants perform a full junior performance on stage at the end of the workshop
All participants are given the chance to practice the basics of stage performance - singing, dancing, technical aspects, backstage, costumes, hair and make-up. Each child is carefully coached and encouraged in every aspect of theatre art.
Summer Workshop Directors are chosen for their abilities in theatre as well as their abilities to work with children.
Classes taught by Jan Ewen
Jan has performed professionally and holds a degree in musical theater and acting. The Southern California Philharmonic Society selected Jan at age 19 as outstanding vocalist. Jan stresses the creative potential of audience and participants through the experience of live theatre.
For information regarding classes,
email us at email@example.com
Starting in December 2016
Acting for Kids
Youth Musical Theatre
5:30 - 6:30pm Wednesdays
Acting for Adults
6:45 - 7:45pm Wednesdays
$60/month - 4 sessions
Summer Acting Camp for Children
Scenes and Improv
July 25 - 30, 2016
This Acting Camp will focus on Basic Acting Techniques, Improvisation and the performance of comedic scenes.
SUMMER WORKSHOP SCHOLARSHIP FUND
We need your help to provide scholarships to children who would otherwise miss this great opportunity.
We have currently have students in need who would be grateful for your assistance. Please donate to our Scholarship Fund by clicking the link below: