SUMMER COURSES

SUMMER 2018 CAMP DATES

Ages 5 – 11 Session  —  9AM-12PM

Dates to choose from: June 11-14, 2018 | July 16-19, 2018 | August 6-9, 2018

Ages 12 – 18 Session  —  9AM-12PM

Dates to choose from: June 18-21, 2018 | July 23-26, 2018

*Students participating in the camp for ages 5­-11 are encouraged to bring a small snack with them each day.  The camp runs from 9AM – ­12PM, and we know little kiddos can get hungry during those hours.  Each class will have a quick snack­-time built into their camp schedule.

Ages 5-6

“Music Makes Me Happy” taught by Mariann Davidson:
Through fun games and songs, students will begin learning the basics of rhythm, melody, and harmony.  Students will be introduced to various instruments and musical styles as a means to begin ear training.  There are no required materials for this class.

“First Stages” taught by Frank Rendon:
Your child’s creativity and imagination will be sparked as they learn some of the basic fundamentals of acting and theatre.  Fun activities and games will be used to help break any type of stage fright.

“Tiny Dancers” taught by Ashley Pedigo:
“Tiny Dancers” will learn the basic fundamentals of dance with the use of fun music and activities.  They will improve balance and coordination.

Ages 7-8

“Discover the Magic of Music” taught by Mariann Davidson:
In a fun, group environment, students will learn the basic of rhythm, melody, and harmony while getting opportunities to hear and/or play a variety of instruments.  Students will begin learning the basics of music performance and composition.  There are no required materials for this class.

“Magic in the Theater” taught by Frank Rendon:
We will create characters and allow creativity to blossom through the use of fun games and activities.  They will learn how important it is to project their voices and how active and actor really can be!

“Twinkle Toes” taught by Ashley Pedigo
Time to set technique into motion!  These students will strengthen their technique on the dance floor, introducing center work.

Ages 9-11

“Musicians in the Making” taught by Mariann Davidson:
While engaging in exciting and fun activities and games, students will learn the necessary tools needed for understanding and creating music.  Although the basics of rhythm, melody, and harmony will be taught, through layered teaching, students with prior musical experience will have opportunities to advance from their current level. There are no required materials for this class.

“Young Thespians” taught by Frank Rendon:
These young actors will be introduced to various styles of theatre and acting. They will discover genres such as Comedy, Action, Westerns and more.  They will learn how to communicate with and without words and become well rounded “young thespians”.

“On Pointe” taught by Ashley Pedigo:
Now we really get moving!  Students will continue center work while being introduced to moving combinations that will challenge their balance and coordination even more.

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Ages 12-18

*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.

THEATRE LOCATION

MOONLIGHT BROADWAY:
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
1501 Mac Davis Ln.
Lubbock, TX

 

ARTS ACADEMY

AUTUMN/WINTER COURSES:
2806 Avenue A
Lubbock, TX