2017 Spring Classes

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Spring Semester runs Jan 17-April 27 (No Classes Feb. 6-10 & April 10-14 )
Full class descriptions listed below
SCHOLARSHIPS AND LOW INCOME TUITION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST AND SUBMISSION
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2017 SPRING REGISTRATION FORM
LOW INCOME & SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

ACTING CLASSES

Creative Dramatics (Grades K-3)

Day/Time/Room: Wednesdays, 4-5 PM in the Cafe’
Instructor: Lynn Fitzgerald
Grades k-3 will be introduced to early elements of theatre while exploring imagination through role-playing and storytelling. This semesters theme,”Tall Tales” is paired with our Spring youth production, “James & the Giant Peach” which runs March 10-19 in the Roebling Theatre. Scholarships and low income tuition available upon request and submission. Showcase for this class is on April 27th.

Dramatic Intro (Grades 3-6)

Day/Time/Room: Wednesdays, 4-5 PM in the Large Dance
Instructor: Caitlin Hart & Lisa Day
Students will learn the basics of acting and the elements of a story. Through theatre games, imitation, and expression of ideas, they will learn how to use stage directions, develop their language and communication skills, and assert themselves creatively as an individual and in a group. This semesters theme,”Tall Tales” is paired with our Spring youth production, “James & the Giant Peach” which runs March 10-19 in the Roebling Theatre. Scholarships and low income tuition available upon request and submission. Showcase for this class will be April 27th.

Evolving Actors (Grades 5-8)

Day/Time/Room: Wednesday’s, 5-6 PM in the Large Dance
Instructor: Lisa Day
Students will learn how to create and develop characters. They will use improvisation, storytelling and visual imagery to advance their skills and transition to more prominent roles on-stage. This semesters theme, “Tall Tales” is paired with our Spring Youth Production of “James & the Giant Peach” which runs March 10-19 in the Roebling Theatre. Scholarships and low income tuition available upon request and submission. Showcase for this class is on April 27th.

Advanced Players (Grades 7-12)

Day/Time/Room: Wednesdays, 5-6 PM in the Cafe’
Instructor: Dan Nickerson
The more seasoned thespian will specify their acting skills through script analysis, audition technique and cold reading. Using scene work and monologues, students will prepare themselves for the next step in their theatrical journey. This semesters theme, “Tall Tales” is paired with our Spring Youth Production of “James & the Giant Peach” which runs March 10-19 in the Roebling Theatre. Scholarships and low income tuition available upon request and submission. Showcase for this class is on April 27th.

VOICE CLASSES

Beginner ROCK Choir (Grades K-Beginner)

Day/Time/Room: Tuesday’s, 4-5 PM in the Large Dance
Instructor: Janie Sutton
Designed for beginners with little to no experience with choral work, Beginning ROCK Choir will teach students about notes on a staff, melodies, blending and pitch using Opera, Musical Theatre and popular music. There will also be additional performances in the community.This semesters theme,”Tall Tales” is paired with our Spring youth production, “James & the Giant Peach” which runs March 10-19 in the Roebling Theatre. Showcase for this class will be April 27th.

Advanced ROCK Choir (Grades 3-Advanced)

Day/Time/Room: Tuesday 5-6 PM in the Large Dance
Instructor: Janie Sutton
Our more advanced choir students will have the opportunity to further their musical knowledge.They will learn about sight reading, melody, harmony, blending, rhythm, tempo and layering. THIS CLASS IS BY REFERRAL OR AUDITION ONLY. Please contact Janie Sutton for details (janie.rife@rocky.edu). There will also be additional performance opportunities in the community throughout the semester.This semesters theme,”Tall Tales” is paired with our Spring youth production, “James & the Giant Peach” which runs March 10-19 in the Roebling Theatre. Showcase for this class will be April 27th.