Kids Sing Broadway
Sing music from Broadway musicals and more! Students will learn basic vocal techniques while singing classic Broadway songs such as The Sound of Music’s “Doe a Deer” and newer hits like Frozen’s “Let it go”. All you need is your voice and the desire to sing! Come join us and enjoy this wonderful music for all.
April 10-May 15 (No Class 4/24 for Spring Break)
Instructor: Tamara Maximovich
Toddlers and parents/care givers join together to make music using instruments, singing, movement, and finger play songs to support social skills and pre-academics such as colors, numbers, shapes, and letters. This group will offer interactive learning through song and movement. All abilities welcome.
Space is limited. Early registration is encouraged.
March-April Session: 3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17
May Session: 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29
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BUILDING A CHARACTER – BECOMING A VERSATILE ACTOR
Acting on a regular, working basis is much more of a technical craft than some like to admit. The seed of becoming a repertory actor relies as much on technique as it does talent and timing. This workshop will teach a process for producing a real character on the basis of technique without sacrificing believability. Learn to incorporate vocal interpretation, emotional memory, expression, and physical dexterity as you compose a character. This workshop presents a method actually taught in repertory companies in England. Not only shall you learn the method but you will actually create a character during the course. This three session workshop will be taught by Rodger McDonald, An Elly Lifetime Achievement Award Winner and L.A. Dramalogue Best Actor recipient. Numbers for the workshop are limited…. but acting possibilities are not!
May 4, 11, 18
Instructor: Rodger McDonald
Location: WOH Rehearsal Hall (415 4th St)