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HS Improv: Improv 2

Pre-requisite: 1 prior semester of improv
Take the next step in improvisation acting. Designed for more experienced students, discover different forms and styles of improv including long-form and montage. Learn to strengthen and fine-tune your ensemble skills and create dynamic scenes and characters. Improv need not always be funny, and this class focuses on the craft of creating strong improvised scenes: both comedic and dramatic. Students will still play plenty of the short form games they love, while learning to focus specific choices, giving gifts to partners, editing and creating grounded, realistic improv scenes.

Skills Focus:
• Understanding and using various improv forms
• Using improv as a character and scene tool
• Building more complex relationships and characters
• Long-form improvised scenes
• Various forms of edits
Thursdays 5:00-7:00pm

Teacher: Karen Holbert with Lindsey Branson

Thursday Classes Meet: January 11-May 4

  • No Class 3/1 (Tech Week)
  • No Class 3/29 (Spring Break)

K-2 Acting: Creative Characters

K-2 Acting: Creative Characters Does your little one have an imagination bursting at the seams? If he or she likes to embark to foreign lands with a cast of characters, then this class will be a blast! Have fun creating and inventing quirky characters and scenes with classmates. Learn to develop backstory, physicality and movement…
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K-2 Musical Theatre: Frozen

K-2 Musical Theatre: Frozen Admit it, you’re still belting out “Let it Go” when it comes on in the car. It’s ok. We are too and that’s why we created this class! Students will enjoy singing along to their favorites “Do You Want to Build a Snowman,” “Love is an Open Door,” and others. Actors…
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3rd – 5th Advanced Acting: One vs

Two (Monologues & Duo Scenes)

Pre-Requisite: 3 CTWS classes and/or 3 summer camps
Designed for the student who is ready for “the next level”. You’ve taken classes and performed in a show or two, and yet, you’re hungry for more! Push yourself to the limit with a focus on monologues and small scenes. Students will work on memorizing longer pieces while staying in character from start to finish. If you’re looking to step up your game with your acting, this is the class for you. Students will work from a variety of both classic and contemporary theatrical material to expose them to potential audition material and introduce intermediate scene work.

Skills Focus:
• Developing a character back-story/profile
• Exposure to variety of theatrical literature
• Working with and off scene partners
• Character development
• Staging “beats” and physical development
• Performing monologues
Tuesdays 6:00-7:00
Teacher: Joe Savino

Tuesday Classes Meet: January 9-May 1

  • No Class 2/27 (Tech Week)
  • No Class 3/27 (Spring Break)

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