Raleigh Little Theater Classes


http://raleighlittletheatre.org/learn/youth/wendell.html  (click here to register online)

http://raleighlittletheatre.org/learn/youth/Youth-Education-Registration-1617.pdf  (registration form)


WENDELL CLASSES 2016/17

 CREATIVE PLAYERS

Ages 6-8
Class focus: Students will explore story dramatization but with emphasis on group work and improvisation.
No previous class needed.
LIMIT: 14 students
Cost: $ 60.00 per session (7 instructional hours)
Saturdays: 9:30-10:30

 

FALL CLASSES

Oct 29 – Dec 17 (no class Nov 26)

MYSTERY PLAYHOUSE

Who put the mirror in the garden? What is the story behind that old shed? Why was there a light shining in the oak tree? Students will use various prompts such as photos, paintings, captions, poetry and sounds to write scenes of mystery to perform.

 WINTER CLASS:


Jan 14 – Feb 25

CHARACTER SAFARI
Students will create exciting scenes and stories with believable characters as they explore fun story settings such as the jungle, the school, outer space, the dusty attic and even under the bed.

ACTING STUDIO

Ages: 9-12
Class Focus: Students are introduced to basic acting skills and vocal training through the development of believable characters in improvised or scripted scenes. No previous experience necessary.
Limit: 14 students
Cost: $75.00 per session  10.5 instructional hours
Saturdays: 11:00-12:30

 

FALL CLASS

Oct 29 – Dec 17 (no class Nov 26)

IMPROV PERFORMANCE

In this class, students will use improvisation to create original scenes and monologues supporting a theme(s) the class as a group selected. Theatre exercises, music, poetry, ads from the magazine, famous quotes and more may serve to stimulate the imagination.

  WINTER CLASS

Jan 14 – Feb 25

PATHWAY TO THE STAGE

The first step on the pathway to the stage is the audition. Once cast, there are many steps an actor must take to bring his/her character to life during the rehearsal process. In this scene study class, students will learn techniques such as character development, blocking, character relationships and vocal projection-all vital to taking that last big step to the stage!