Curtain Up! An adventure in Theatre
This two-week program focuses on the actor’s techniques and skills needed to perform on stage! Each day will be filled with theater games and improv exercises, ensemble building/teamwork activities, and vocal techniques. You will audition for parts, memorize lines, learn stage movement, and rehearse each day. The program will culminate in a full performance of a play with sound, costumes, props, and sets. There may be opportunities for singing, dancing, stage combat, and other individual talents you have depending on the needs of the project.
“Curtain Up” has something for everyone. If you’re new to acting or an old pro, we welcome you! The performance will be inclusive of all levels of experience and talents. This is an exciting two-week program for enthusiastic and motivated actors.
Students will be asked to send in a video of themselves doing a 1 minute monologue and sing 16 bars of a song using vocal projection for the stage. Instructions for submitting the video will be sent closer to the start of the program.
Instructors will work with your child at their level. Your child will improve and learn new skills, whether they are a beginner or have been acting and performing for years. They do, however, need to be willing to project their voices and act onstage.
Although this is an open admission program, students will have casting auditions after working with faculty.
- Water bottle (very important)
- Comfortable clothes you can move in
- Dark legwear (black leggings, black pants and/or long jeans)
- Tank tops/undershirts to wear underneath as needed (and for modest quick changes)
This is an anticipated list of items needed for this theatre workshop. You may be required to bring additional items pertaining to the specific production. We will communicate with enrolled students on those needs prior to the program.
10 – 13
July 2 – July 15, 2023
Two week session
Date, time, and location TBD
Tuition, Room and Board
Day Student Tuition
Health & Safety Fee
Total capacity includes Day and Residential Students