Class Outlines: Camp for ages 12 – 18

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Students
 participating 
in
 the 
camp
 for 
ages
 12-­18
 are 
encouraged
 to
 bring 
a
 notebook
 with them
 that
 can
 easily
 function
 as
 a 
journal,
 sketchbook,
 or
 place
 to 
keep 
notes.

“Vocal: 
Broadway 
Belters”
 taught
 by Mariann Davidson:
Through
 the
 use
 of
 classic
 and
 modern
 musical
 theatre,
 these
 students
 will
 learn
 to
 use
 their
 singing
 voice
 to
 its
 fullest
 potential!
 Using
 healthy
 and
 proper
 technique,
 these
 singers
 will
 learn 
the 
basics
 of 
becoming
 a
 well‐versed
 singer/actor.
 They
 will
 learn
 an 
ensemble 
number, 
highlighting 
their
 talents
 through 
beautiful 
harmonies.

“Dance: 
Triple 
Threats”
 taught
 by
Ashley Pedigo:
Time
 to
 become
 a
 threat!
 
 Students
 will
 learn
 basic
 ballet,
 bar,
 center,
 and
 combination
 work
 leading 
to
 a
 choreographed
 routine
 to
 a 
favorite
 musical
 hit.

“Acting I” taught by Frank Rendon:
This theatre class for young adults will focus on beginning and stage techniques for students interested in either starting or developing their acting skills. Topics covered include auditions, movement, stage combat, diction for actors, and musicals. This class is designed to help students be more comfortable with public speaking, dramatic movement, and confidence onstage or in front of any type of audience. This class will culminate in  mini-performance of a solo monologue, class scene, or musical theatre selection (final presentation depends on available students). No previous experience is necessary.

“Acting II” taught by Frank Rendon:
This theatre class for young adults will focus on intermediate stage techniques for students interested in either starting or developing their acting skills. Topics covered include auditions, movement, stage combat, diction for actors, and musicals. This class is designed to help students be more comfortable with public speaking, dramatic movement, and confidence onstage or in front of any type of audience. This class will culminate in a mini-performance of a solo monologue, class scene, or musical theatre selection (final presentation depends on available students). No previous experience is necessary.