Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Studio Classes Set at Long Wharf

Long Wharf Theatre announces an exciting slate of winter Studio School classes, beginning in February.

Students, from elementary through high school, will have the opportunity to learn improvisation, hone their language skills and tackle the beautiful language of William Shakespeare. Classes run from Feb. 21 through the 25th. Classes cost between $150-$195.

“Any parent looking for a fun and creative activity for their students during that week away from school should check us out! We’ll be expanding upon the series of classes we offered in the fall, though you did not necessary need to take those classes to participate in our winter series. Our classes are fun, safe and an easy way for students of all ages to explore and tap into their hidden acting talents,” said Annie DiMartino, director of education.

Classes are limited to 10 students per session.

CLASSES FOR WINTER 2010
Myth, Magic and Monsters (Grades 1-3)
3 to 4:15 pm $150
Go exploring with us as we dive deep into the mystical world of Myth, Magic and Monsters as we spend the week in the lost city of Atlantis. Using their imaginations, students will enter a world of magic & intrigue. This class allows students to live in a world of their creation & face many challenges that build to a dramatic outcome.

Actor’s Toolbox II: Shakespeare’s Slam (Grades 6-8)
10 to 11:30am $195
Continuing in the Actors’ Toolbox series, learn the intricacies of performing and developing your actor’s instrument & skill. Students work on monologues from Shakespeare’s sonnets and other poems to fine-tune their craft.

Shakespeare (Grades 9-12)
1 to 2:30pm $195
To act or not to act, that is the question. Join us as we delve into some of the best duet scenes from Shakespeare’s plays – examining development of character through voice and movement and script analysis. Great for brushing up on your classical monologues for college auditions.

For more information, call Corey Morrison at 203-772-8262 or visit www.longwharf.org.

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