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Dialects Workshop Series: Irish

$25

with Rebecca Bossen

Calendar Mar 7, 2021 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

Dialects are an essential part of any actor's toolkit. Nothing will bring an audience into the world of a play more completely than an authentic dialect—and nothing will alienate them faster than a dialect gone wrong. In this series of workshops, you'll learn how to employ four different dialects and, most importantly, acquire the skills to learn any new dialect you need. Maybe you haven't really traveled the world, but you can sound like you have! All experience levels welcome.

This is part of an onging workshop series - you can register for one, two, three, or all four workshops in this series! (each workshop requires a different registration)

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Scriptworks: Scenes from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" (Gr 3-5)

$105

with Barbette Hunter

Calendar Mar 9, 2021 at 4:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Students will use short scripts to practice embodying a character, vocal projection and expression and working collaboratively in this virtual class. Students will explore and understand the elements of a scene including character, relationships, objectives and conflict. The session culminates in a sharing of scenes for family and friends. No class March 30.

Will run

Virtual Readers Theatre Scene Study (ages 55+)

$95

with Kathleen Rudolph

Calendar Mar 10, 2021 at 10 am, runs for 6 weeks

Have you ever seen a play and thought, “I could do that!”?  Well then this class is for you!  Readers Theatre is a style of theatre in which actors do not need to memorize their lines in order to tell a story.  In this virtual class, students will explore scene work, creating and developing characters, and learning how to successfully collaborate with a scene partner.

No class March 31.

Will run

Drama Quest: Super Hero Academy (Gr 1-3)

$75

with April Perry

Calendar Mar 10, 2021 at 4:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks

In this new class, students create their own characters as they move through a process drama based on familiar fictional worlds. Each week a new part of the story unfolds, students practice group problem solving skills in the world of the drama, use their imagination to move the story forward, create and act out original characters, and are left with a cliffhanger ending at each virtual class. No class on March 31.

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Virtual Middle School Ensemble: Stage Makeup (Gr 6-8)
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Virtual Middle School Ensemble: Stage Makeup (Gr 6-8)

$95

with Barbette Hunter

Learn, build and strengthen foundational theatre skills in a fun and supportive environment with other students who share your interest in theatre. This class is an introduction to stage make-up, including application techniques/terminology and various designs/concepts such as highlights, shadows, basic, corrective, age and fantasy. Each student will need to purchase a Ben Nye Student Kit to use for class (cost around $25). Additional supplies will be available to pick up at RLT before class begins.

Dialects Workshop Series: French

$25

with Rebecca Bossen

Calendar Apr 4, 2021 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

Dialects are an essential part of any actor's toolkit. Nothing will bring an audience into the world of a play more completely than an authentic dialect—and nothing will alienate them faster than a dialect gone wrong. In this series of workshops, you'll learn how to employ four different dialects and, most importantly, acquire the skills to learn any new dialect you need. Maybe you haven't really traveled the world, but you can sound like you have! All experience levels welcome.

This is part of an onging workshop series - you can register for one, two, three, or all four workshops in this series! (each workshop requires a different registration)

Dialects Workshop Series: Russian

$25

with Rebecca Bossen

Calendar May 2, 2021 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

Dialects are an essential part of any actor's toolkit. Nothing will bring an audience into the world of a play more completely than an authentic dialect—and nothing will alienate them faster than a dialect gone wrong. In this series of workshops, you'll learn how to employ four different dialects and, most importantly, acquire the skills to learn any new dialect you need. Maybe you haven't really traveled the world, but you can sound like you have! All experience levels welcome.

This is part of an onging workshop series - you can register for one, two, three, or all four workshops in this series! (each workshop requires a different registration)





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