Discovery Theatre Production: Based on one of the most treasured Disney animated films of all time, and featuring some of the world’s most memorable songs, Disney’s Sleeping Beauty KIDS is pure, delightful fun.
The body is a major part of the actor’s tool bag. Come work with a master teacher on developing skills in using the body to create a character, physicalizing your acting choices, and telling active stories. We will use actor’s movement methods such as Laban and Viewpoints. Round out your acting skills with the art of movement!
Budding artists are allowed to let their imaginations run wild while they creatively explore theatrical storytelling. These classes are designed to cultivate inventiveness as students learn the basics of theatre through collaboration and creative play.
All good stories start somewhere – in the imagination of a writer. Now is your chance to learn to write your own stories. Students will create characters and write their own scenes. They will learn about the components of a story (plot and building a complete story with rising action to a climax). Come find your inspiration to become the next greatest playwright!
In this crash course to physical comedy, students will learn the finer points of making folks laugh – including slapstick, prat falls, and spit takes. Students will then come up with their own scenes which will have their friends and family laughing til their sides are sore!
Broadway is filled with jukebox musicals, such as Mamma Mia, All Shook Up, Jersey Boys, and Escape to Margaritaville. A jukebox musical takes already existing songs and puts them into storylines that celebrate the essence of that music. Come learn how to create a stellar musical with your favorite songs from the radio!
Blast Camps are fun, week-long camps in which students experience musical theatre performance. They build confidence by rehearsing a short script written specifically for RMTC, and they perform at the end of the week in front of a supportive community of family and friends. In preparing for a performance, students learn discipline and memorization skills that they can take with them to their scholastic work.
This week’s script is Another Rock ‘n’ Roll Christmas. Set in the 1950s, a group of students from Treeville Elementary School are really excited about the town Christmas Dance. But when the band backs out last minute, they must find a way to save the dance and keep Christmas cheer alive!
Cheer-ee-o and top o’ the morning to ya! Dialects are awesome ways to expand a character and have fun with a story. Students will learn the basics for correct theatre accents. We will explore a variety of accents and then focus on British standard and Irish dialects.
Come learn how to be a master puppeteer. Students will create their own puppets and learn a fun routine to the song “Kiss the Girl” from Disney’s The Little Mermaid.