The world of theatre is revealed to children in this fun, interactive, and expressive class. Young actors learn new techniques, explore the relationship between the physical body and music, and discover ways of relating to one another and the world.
Improvisation, mime, and movement exercises help children develop their imagination and creativity. In this class, children develop imagination, creativity, and self-confidence through fun theatre exercises.
Imagination Through Movement
Children learn to express themselves through improvisation and play. Class activities may include character creation, physical theatre and rhythm games, and simple choreography to help promote coordination and self-confidence.
From Pinocchio to Sesame Street, puppets have an innate ability to nurture and inspire creativity. In this new class, students will create their own puppet characters from the ground up and explore an artform that encourages curiosity, empathy, and imagination that will last a lifetime.