Spring Theatre Classes

CLASS SCHEDULE 

Fundamentals of Acting
Ages 7-13
$90 for six-week course
January 30thMarch 6th 
Tuesdays 6-7: 30 pm
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This class will be similar to activities we explore in our Storytellers Summer Theatre Camp. Children will learn fundamentals of performing on stage and in front of an audience. We will implement many theatre games that concentrate on focus, physicality, storytelling and working together as an ensemble among other skills. Children toward the upper ages can begin to dive into monologue and scene work as well. We will have a family night at the end of the course where families will be able to see what their children have been working so hard on!

Acting 1
Ages 14-18 
Wednesdays 6-8 pm
January 31 - March 7
$120 for six-week course
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This course is designed for teens who have already shown an interest in acting and theatre and want to improve their skills and work with other young actors. The six weeks will consist of focus work and improving Improvisational skills as well as scene and monologue work with a final showcase of work at the end of the six weeks. Students will be expected to do some outside work (i.e. memorization and character work)

 Voiceover Acting 101
Ages 16 and over
4-week session March 14th- Apr 4th
$90 for four-week session (Demo Fee $50)
Wednesdays 6-7:30
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This course is for beginners all ages! Over the course of four weeks, we will explore where to start if you have an interest in Voiceover work, how to make a demo, equipment, where to find work, terminology and how to approach different types of copy and projects. For an additional fee, students can leave with a completed starter demo to start auditioning for work!

Acting for the Musical Theatre Stage
Instructor: Alisha Bond
Ages 12-18
Wednesdays 6-8 pm
Apr 11th- May 16th
$150 for six-week class (includes Accompanist fee)
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For our aspiring Broadway babies or young actors hoping to integrate their skills of acting the spoken word into “acting a song” and learning exactly what that means. Students will have the possibility to work on solo numbers, duets, and ensemble number and even learn Musical Theatre choreography taught by a guest artist. Students will be asked to do some outside work in this course as well such as working on music and memorization. An accompanist will be provided and students will have the opportunity to share their work in a Showcase at the end of the six-week course.

ALISHA BOND BIO
Alisha Jean Bond is Graduate of Miami University with a Master of Arts degree in Theatre Practice and Performance. She attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre from Siena Heights University. Her most recent works include Kate in Miami University Theatre Department’s production of The Wild Party, Velma in Chicago, and Eponine in Les Miserables at the Historic Crowell Opera House in Adrian, Michigan. Alisha is currently an instructor of Acting at Miami, serves as the current Artist in Residence at the Oxford Community Arts Center and works as a Professional Voiceover Actor. Along with her passion for Musical Theatre, she comes from a long line of educational theatre advocates and strives to support growth in children and young adults by exploration, play, hard work and building community.