Improvisational acting workshop for ages 9 to 16 December 27-30.
What a fabulous gift and way to spend Christmas break.
Limited to 8 participants who will perform December 31 in either The Curse of the Pharaoh's Tomb OR Assassination on the Nile (audience interactive mystery dinner theater shows at A Taste of Heaven Catering).
Workshop is taught by a Colorado licensed teacher and professional actor. Workshop is taught by a Colorado licensed teacher and professional actor. Sessions include warm ups, improv exercises, games and scenes plus a compare and contrast with reader's theater.
Improvisation, or improv, is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment.
Why learn improvisation? It improves confidence, concentration and listening. It hones thinking on your feet and adapting to change while working collaboratively in an accepting environment. Most of all. Improv is fun. There are no starring vs. minor roles. Everyone participates and chooses how large they want their part to be.
Class meets from 1 to 4 pm at 2817 North Ave, Grand Junction. A practice performance will be held TBD on Friday, December 30 and during a live show on December 31. The $100 fee includes 1 comp ticket to a December 31 show.
- Fools for Christ
- Holiday scripts
- Short skits & monologues
- Full length scripts
- Interactive drama activities
- Choral readings
- Readers theater
- Teacher resources
Copyright free scripture graphics
- Mesa Murder Mysteries
- Joshua, Judges, Ruth
- Samuel Kings Chronicles