Company II

Company II Overview

LINX Theater Company instills confidence and creativity through drama and comedy education designed for kids in 2nd through 10th grade. This 110-minute class will help future theater professionals understand what will make them valuable contributors to the craft, as well as help kids opting for other fields of study. Both will gain a unique perspective and an advantageous ability to innovate as they work together as an ensemble.

Company II performers have a strong foundation to build on as they begin to immerse themselves in the process, developing characters and scenes that transport an audience from the theater to the world within the show.

Adaptations of classic stories and intriguing original works provide balanced roles that delight players and audience members alike. Players are constantly challenged to take roles they have not experienced before, stretching their abilities and keeping them from being overlooked by future directors.

Your child will learn

  • Character development
  • Story telling
  • To understand how stories can be re-told and the process of invention
  • To combine voice, body and emotion into dynamic performances
  • To perform better than their peers
  • Confidence in creativity
  • To innovate
  • How to work together as part of an ensemble

*All Company and Broadway performers in levels II through IV are required to register for 1 free acting technique elective.

If you love creativity and adventure, then Company's Robyn Hood is the production for you. In many ways, it is the perfect Company production because the story already provides so many wonderfully balanced roles that allow the actors to appear through the entire story. There is Robyn, the archer who has become an outlaw to protect the poor. Marion, Little Joan, Scarlett, Wyllow and all those who join Robyn's struggle against the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham and his bullying officers. Songs are featured throughout the adventure, but dancing is replaced by physical combat. There are battle scenes with swords, bows and quarter-staffs. There is also a heavy focus on spoken dialogue as each actor has a large amount of lines full of drama and clever comedy. So, join the adventure of lifetime with Robyn Hood!

Show Specific Skills

  • Acting in an Action/Adventure
  • Comedic Relief's Role in Adventure
  • Stage Combat
  • Stage Weaponry
  • Understanding stage vs. film performance

"We're all mad here." Alice never listens. Her sisters warn her to stay away from an odd white rabbit when she stumbles into the rabbit hole. When they try to rescue her, all three girls plunge into a strange land. Separated, they must try to find one another through castles and cottages, tea parties and toadstools. Each step will be hindered by the craziest characters in all of literature: The Mad Hatter, Chesire Cat, Caterpillar, The Tweedles and so many, many more. Can the girls find one another and a way out before the Queen of Hearts finds them?

Show Specific Skills:

  • Dramatic and Comedic Dialogue
  • Physical Comedy
  • Acting through Expression
  • Diction and Enunciation
 

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(2nd-12th)Mr. Todd
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(2nd-12th)Mr. ToddStarting Feb 6, 2019
Invite Only - Alice in Wonderland
Performance: 6/12/2019
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