Youth & Education Theatre Activities

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Little Storytellers Camp: Week 4 9:00-11:00 AM

Dates: Monday-Friday, 7/15-19

Times: 9:00-11:00 AM

Ages: 4-6

Description: SEACT's Little Storytellers Camp creates opportunities for our youngest campers to discover and explore imagination and creativity. The camp is designed to use creative play, process drama, and visual art to further expand both a young child’s imagination and their developing intelligence. This is done by shaping the curriculum around a piece of children’s literature, and academically structuring the sessions. There will be a short share-time for family and friends at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00 AM.

InstructorBrianna Lewis

Cost: $125 per student Request to waive fees.

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 7/10

Private Coaching

Register for one-on-one acting coaching with SEACT Program Manager and MFA-trained actor Billy Hutto. Billy will shape each hour-long session around your personal goals. Private coaching is open to all ages and can be used for: theatre roles, TV/film roles, show auditions, college auditions, competitions, public speaking engagements, or just-for-fun/educational purposes. After you register, Billy will contact you to get a clearer understanding of your goals and book your first session. The goal of private coaching is to find ease and confidence in your acting while developing a personal process that will serve you in performance contexts and beyond. Billy specializes in the Meisner technique, Shakespearean performance, and Edith Skinner's approach to voice, speech, and dialects.  

Instructor Biography: Billy is SEACT's Program Manager, providing leadership and oversight of youth and education classes for the organization. A theatre actor, director, and educator, he has acted on professional stages including Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Repertory Company, The Theatre At Monmouth, and Island City Stage. Billy holds a BFA in Drama from New York University, an MFA in Acting from Brown University, and an MSEd in Secondary English Education from Troy University. He also teaches Theatre and Speech courses at Troy University’s Dothan campus.

Cost: $50/hr

Location: Cultural Arts Center, 909 S Saint Andrews St., Dothan, AL 36301

School and Community Partnerships

SEACT offers school and community partnerships to benefit your organization through Theatre Arts. Services include: professional development, theatre program development, teacher training, classroom arts integration, skills-based workshops, team building events, and private consultation sessions. A representative of your organization should register here to initiate a conversation with a qualified Arts Specialist. Our suggested rate is a $100/hr tax-deductible donation to Southeast Alabama Community Theatre, which can be made after services have been rendered. We look forward to working with you!