We are looking for all sorts of creepy crawly Villains... Have you ever wanted to perform a Villain monologue? Well this is the creepy class for you! Get creative... A villain can be misunderstood! Prepare a couple of monologues... Or you can even tell a spooky story! Come join us for this SPOOKTACULAR Villain Halloween Showcase!
Join Acting Coach Kim Scott for a comprehensive class in acting for the stage. Whether you are new to the art or a practiced hand at treading the boards, this class will help you improve the skills needed to bring a character to life. You will learn ways to use your voice, body and mind to create as realistic or fantastical a persona as is needed. Learn cold reading and other preparation skills that will give you the confidence to go for it at the auditions and for a showcase! Ages 10-17
The Arts Center will follow CDC recommendations for Covid19 protocol for classes/performances.
Jami Steele-Sprankle has directed and performed with improv troupes in Los Angeles, CA, South Florida and Columbia, SC. She learned from teachers schooled by Second City, Comedysportz, and The Groundlings.
Join Jami to learn the techniques, and exercise the muscles that lead to great theatre and indeed give you the ability to think on your feet in any situation. Learn how to really listen and create with your fellow actors. Develop characters that will become a part of your theatrical repertoire to be used again and again. We will start with the basics and work towards regular performances once the group has learned enough to work well together as a troupe.
Students who perform with troupe and return for subsequent sessions will be given a code for discounts on future sessions. Contact the instructor firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ages 14+; Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 PM
This class, under the direction of the Art Center's Technical Theatre Director Richard Kiraly, teaches preparation and skills needed to act as Stage Manager for a show. Stage Managers are the right-hand of Directors, and are responsible for administrative duties during the rehearsal process and are in charge of a show when it is open to the public! Ages 16 and up.
The class will coincide with the November mainstage show and may require students to be available for rehearsal and show schedules of that show. There will be both in-class time as well as hands on learning.
All dates and times will be determined once a show production schedule is determined.
This class, under the direction of the Arts Center's Technical Theatre Director Richard Kiraly, teaches skills in stage carpentry, set design, set decoration, lighting design, and stagehand (crew). Students will help create/design a mainstage set! Ages 14 and up.
The class will coincide with the November mainstage show and may require students to be available for rehearsal and show schedules of that show. There will be both in-class time as well as hands on learning. Students should have some daytime availability, especially weekends.
As the Holidays loom, we will look for a fun time to perform for our friends and family. Returning students who perform will be given a code for a discounted session by contacting the instructor email@example.com.
Ages 14+; Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 PM; Saturday's 1-3 PM
PO Box 1498
Camden, SC 29021
800 Lyttleton Street
Camden, SC 29020
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