All Day: Magic of Disney/Pixar & Improv + Dance Basics + Magic
July 10 - July 14, 2017
8:30am - 4:00pm
Dates: July 10-14 Grade: 1-3 Time: 8:30am-4:00pm
Magic of Disney & Pixar
Disney and Pixar have given us many magical stories and characters. Now is your chance to bring them to life on stage – this camp is all-Disney! Based on the theme Disney/Pixar, collaborate with your peers to create and perform an original play. Under the guidance our professional teaching artists, gain a deeper understanding of theatre as you work together to develop the plot, characters, lines, and staging. Perform your play for family and friends at the end of camp.
> Final Performance will be held on Friday, July 14 at 11:00am.
Spend an hour each afternoon learning the comedy form Improvisation. Improv technique and theory, vocabulary, and games are explored during this workshop-style class.
Spend an hour each afternoon learning the principles of dance and choreography. Basic dance technique, vocabulary and styles are explored during this workshop-style class.
Note:No experience required. Suitable for beginning and intermediate students alike.
Spend an hour each afternoon learning the art of close-up Magic. Lead by The Amazing Scott Nichols, students explore showmanship and sleight-of-hand during this workshop-style class.
>There will be no final performance for these workshops.
>This camp includes 1 hour of supervised lunch & recess. Lunch is not provided.
This is a FULL DAY Program
Mornings: Create and perform an original play! Work collaboratively with your peers to develop the story, setting, characters, dialogue, and staging. Throughout the process-driven class experience, engage in theatre games and activities to hone your artistic skills. Perform your play for family & friends on the final day of class.
BUILD YOUR SKILLS
Afternoons: Develop your theatre technique in skill-based, workshop-style classes. Explore Acting, Dancing, Singing, Music, Movement, technical skills like Stage Makeup or Puppetry and much more!
THEATRE LEARNING LOOKS LIKE:
Expressing individual ideas that contribute to a larger group concept
Learning theatre foundations like vocabulary & story structure
Making physical & vocal choices to express a character
SKILL-BASED LEARNING LOOKS LIKE:
Learning skill-specific vocabulary & concepts at an age-appropriate level
Understanding concepts though warm-ups, games, exercises, and explorations
Scaffolding & building-upon concepts to achieve mastery
***Please register for the grade your student will be ENTERING in Fall 2019***