Youth Theatre Classes

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Dothan Camp 2 8:30-Noon 40

June 21-25. Cultural Arts Center.

8:30 AM - Noon daily. Ages 6-16.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

Graceville, FL Camp 1 8:30-11:30 AM 20

June 21-25. Graceville Elementary School.

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM  daily. Ages 6-13.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

WDC Theatre Intensive See Description 20

Jun. 21 - Jul. 1. Cultural Arts Center.

Experience required.

This is a fast-paced 9-day theatre intensive for mature actors. The actors will meet June 21- June 25 from 1:30-4:30 each day, and then again June 28 - July 1 from 8:30-4:30 each day. At the end of the session the students will host a public performance, July 1 at 7:00 PM.

Dothan 4/5 Year old Creative Drama Camp 3 8:30-11:30 AM 8

July 12 - July 16

8:30-11:30 AM

Creative Drama for the 4 and 5-year-old serves as an opportunity 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 their sessions

Dothan Camp 3 8:30-Noon 40

Jul. 12-16. Cultural Arts Center.

8:30 AM - Noon daily. Ages 6-16.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

Dear Edwina Jr AUDITION WORKSHOP Wed, Thurs, Fri 2:30-5:00 30

Are you interested in joining SEACT’s Wiregrass Drama Club AWARD WINNING Competition Team by auditioning for our team on  July 29-31? We have an awesome opportunity to get you prepared! Come to the Dear Edwina, Jr. Audition Workshop. You’ll work with our Drama Club instructors on singing, acting, and dancing to the songs and scenes of Dear Edwina, Jr. to prepare for our upcoming auditions. Our production of Dear Edwina, Jr will be competed at the Junior Theatre Festival in January, and the Alabama Youth Theatre Experience in March. You’ll learn the audition material so you can be ahead of the game when it comes time to audition. You’ll get three days of work on the material, July 14-16 from 2:30-5:00. Only $35! Though it’s not required to audition for our team, it’s going to be a lot of fun and an educational experience for all who participate. Come get ready for our competition team auditions! We can’t wait to see you there!

Dothan 4/5 Year old Creative Drama Camp 4 8:30-11:30 AM 8

July 19- July 23

8:30-11:30 AM

Creative Drama for the 4 and 5-year-old serves as an opportunity 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 their sessions

Dothan Camp 4 8:30-Noon 40

Jul. 19-23. Cultural Arts Center.

8:30 AM - Noon daily. Ages 6-16.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

Enterprise Camp 2 8:30-11:30 AM 15 Sold out

Jul. 19-23. Enterprise State Community College.

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM daily. Ages 6-13.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

Enterprise Camp 3 1:30-4:30 PM 15

Jul. 19-23. Enterprise State Community College.

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM. Ages 11-17

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

Headland Camp 1 8:30-11:30 AM 15

Jul. 26-30. Headland High School.

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM daily. Ages 6-14.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.

Headland Camp 2 1:30-4:30 PM 15

Jul. 26-30. Headland High School.

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM daily. Ages 6-14.

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults.