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| Class|| Times|| Max Enrollment|| Still Available|| More Information|
|Adult Workshop: Foundations of Improv|| 12pm-4pm || 15 || 9 || |
Adult Workshop: Foundations of Improv
A 4-hour workshop for adults to learn and practice the fundamental concepts of Improv in a fun and supportive environment. Whether you are a beginner or looking to hone your skills, this workshop will get your imagination and creativity going.
Improv builds confidence, improves communication and relationship building. The skills gained during this workshop can be useful in every aspect of your life—both personal and professional!
SCHEDULE: Sunday, April 14th 12pm-4pm
INSTRUCTOR: Rebecca Rogers
COST: $40-60 (sliding scale)
- Sliding Scale: If you are unable to pay the full cost ($60), we do offer sliding scale payment options. You can enter one of the following totals in the coupon code box to pay that amount: 40, 50
|OFTeen Improv|| 4-6pm || 12 || 0 || |
Ages: 13 & up
Schedule: Wednesdays April 10th - May 22 from 4- 6 pm
Director: Rebecca Rogers
The OFTeen Improv Troupe will have a short 7- weeks together this Spring to grow and develop as an ensemble. We will learn and practice basic improv skills as well as dive into short form technique, games, theory, tricks, and tools.
The Troupe will meet Wednesdays, April 10th - May 22 from 4- 6 pm, culminating in a public performance after our last class on May 22 at 6 pm
|Spring After School Workshop|| 4-6pm || 20 || 12 || |
SPRING AFTER SCHOOL WORKSHOP: Princess Who?
AGES: 8 to 14
SCHEDULE: April 8 - May 2 (Monday - Friday) 4-6pm
PERFORMANCES: May 3 and 4 (Friday at 7 pm and Saturday at 1 pm)
COST: $175-275 (Sliding scale)
In this fun-filled, fairy-tale mystery adventure a girl wakes up in the forest and has no memory of the past. As she makes her way through the Misty Forest, hoping to somehow find her way home, she meets several fairy-tale characters who all provide important information on her quest to find out who she really is. Come learn, laugh and perform, all students get a role and put on a ticketed performance on OFT’s mainstage!
DIRECTED BY: Dale Sharp
ASSISTED BY: Claribel Gross
- All rehearsals and performances will be held 612 4th Ave E in Downtown Olympia.
- Submit your specific conflicts on the first day of the program and audition for your part- every student will have a role and needs to be present for the first 2 days of the program and the entire last week including all performances.
- Performances are ticketed events. Adults $9, Youth/Student/Seniors $6.
- Sliding Scale: If you are unable to pay the full cost, we do offer sliding scale payment options. You can enter one of the following totals in the coupon code box to pay that amount: $250, $225, $200, $175
Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colorado
|Spring Break Camp - Full Day|| 9am-3pm || 21 || 0 || |
SPRING BREAK CAMP: THE NOSE THAT RAN AWAY FROM ITS FACE
By: Joseph Robinette
Schedule: April 1-5, M-F 9am-3pm
This quirky, comedic journey begins with a giant sneeze that separates a young boy and his pun-loving proboscis (that means “nose” to those in the “knows”). Come join the fun as the sassy schnozzle celebrates his newfound freedom, while the boy frantically searches for his wandering facial feature and struggles to come to terms with his nose-less identity. At the end of this week-long camp, there will be a performance for friends and family!
Director: Claribel Gross
Assistant: Chuck Meares
|Spring Break Camp- Half Day|| 9:30am-12:00pm || 16 || 3 || |
SPRING BREAK CAMP: IMAGINING SPRING
Age: 5 &6
Schedule: April 1-5, M-F 9:30am-12:00pm
Join the fun with us as we imagine spring. Plants and flowers, beetles and bugs all come alive after winter melts away. In this week-long camp, we’ll use our voices, bodies and of course our imaginations to create a spring story. On the last day of camp, students will perform for friends and family.
Director: Jen Ryle
Assistant: Katelyn May