This class is not being offered in our 2020-21 program year.
Company I performers enjoy greater challenges and see greater progress than recreational players. Students learn character development, storytelling, and how to engage an audience and more.
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
Anything's Possible Festival - Fall 2020
Our Company students kick things off this season with a one-act style performance. Our one-act play will explore the themes of stretching yourself to the limits of your imagination, and beyond. Bringing in our love of comedy and farcical antics, we can’t wait to get back onstage and perform together!
This Festival performance will take place in late October or early November in an open-air outdoor theater setting with appropriately distanced staging and audience seating.
The Wizard of Oz - Spring 2021
While we all know “there’s no place like home,” this session we stretch beyond the rainbow and past our comfort zone to discover new elements within this traditional tale. Join us as familiar friends journey down the yellow-brick-road, to Oz, and back home again. In an original script crafted by our own Mr. Todd, students will be challenged to work together to breathe new life into these classic characters. We’ll focus on our acting skills and deepen our connection to our characters, finding power within ourselves as we grow together as an ensemble. Highlighting the themes of community, family, friendship, and self-discovery, this new take is not to be missed. Who knows what might happen when we dare to dream?