December 2013 mini-session
1:00 – 2:00
The oral tradition of storytelling is lost on our society. To succeed on stage, actors have to learn how to tell a story — even if they’re using someone else’s words. But these skills can carry over into every day life — it improves your ability to hold conversations/interactions with others, it helps with your writing, and it’ll help you keep your story straight when you’re telling a whopper to your parents about what happened to their car….
In this study group, we’ll use a variety of games, theater improvisation exercises and readings to work on our storytelling skills.
Designed for children who have: