Improvisational theater, or improv, is a technique used by famous actors and comedians to create funny and memorable scenes on the spot. It's also a great way for children to gain confidence, improve public speaking, develop teamwork, and most importantly, have fun!
Shakespeare Sessions is a unique series of workshops focused solely on the work of the famous English playwright William Shakespeare.
We'll be discovering the underlying rhythm of the writing, playing with physicality, and developing our vocal prowess while learning a monologue from his work.
What makes Theatre different from TV?
Learn how to use your voice and body to create and tell stories in an exciting and theatrical manner!
Develop a theatrical language using voice, movement and the elements of drama and apply these skills to the creation of a piece of devised theatre.
In this fun class for older kids, students will explore elements of drama and theatre such as character, setting, objectives and given circumstances. They will unleash their inner superhero (or villain) and write a short script inspired by the superhero genre.
Who is your character? A goodie or a baddie or somewhere in between?
Where do they live? A castle in the clouds or a secret hideout?
What do they do? Do they enjoy building rockets or making cakes?
The sky really is the limit with this taste of theatre class!
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