Tuesdays this Fall!
Pricing, Ages and Descriptions Below
SPACES ARE LIMITED!
*Please add $10 per program if paying with Charter Funds.
Early U.S. History Improv with Cy 11am-12pm PST.
$125* per student ages 9+. Sept 8-Oct 27, 2020.
Session 2 ($95*) Nov 3-Dec 15!
Each week we will learn about a new event or person in Early American History. From the discovery of America, the Conquistadors, Roanoke to the Boston Tea Party. Lessons will be taught in collaboration with the students and fun facts they bring in each week. We then bring in a theatrical spin to what we’ve learned and act out these historical figures and moments with improvisation games and character exploration living it on our feet and sometime rewriting history in the process. Our students need no previous experience in theatre or history to enjoy this program. We take all levels. It should be noted that history does have some mature content and while we will be very sensitive to this, our suggested age range for the class should be taken into consideration. Please let us know if you have questions, concerns or need to discuss.
Beginning Physical Comedy Improv with Elliot (Sept 15-Nov 3) 12:15-1:15pm PST
$125* per student ages 6-9. Coming in January 2021!
Enjoy all of the benefits of belonging to an improv troupe from the comfort of your own home! Our Comedy Improv class is a chance for young performers to hone their comedic skills while connecting with peers through ZOOM. Through physical, interactive activities, games and exercises students will create silly characters, improvise hilarious scenes and learn the basic rules of comedy. Make sure that you have space to move in front of your camera as we will be spending a lot of time out of our seats and using our bodies for storytelling and character building.
Exploring Literary Classics through Drama! To Kill a Mockingbird with Tamara 3-4:30pm PST
$155* per student ages 11+. Coming in January 2021!
We will activate this well-known story to empathize with the characters and discover connections to the world of To Kill a Mockingbird.The course will break down our novel into different sections each week and incorporate acting through classroom exercises centered around the story and scenes from the play of the same title. We will then ask students to watch the film from 1962 and hold a discussion about themes, characters, situations, and historical context. Reading assignments will be given each week. Upcoming 8-week sessions: Diary of Anne Frank, Pride and Prejudice, Frankenstein, Of Mice and Men and more.
Holiday Performance Programs Tuesdays & Thursdays Dec 1-17
A Christmas Carol (ages 7-10) with Cy 3:05-4:30pm PST.
Holiday Play Creation (ages 8-11) with Tamara 4:35-6pm PST.
A Christmas Carol (ages 11+) with Cy 6:05-8pm PST.