This class is designed to apply theatrical training to the work of everyday business interactions. Skills learned in this class - communication, improvisation, active listening, creative and critical thinking and speaking with intention - will have a direct impact on the daily lives of the participants.
Have you ever seen a Shakespearean play and wish you could understand the lines a little better? In this class you'll dive into the world, language and genius of William Shakespeare! Using small scenes, students will use multiple tools to understanding Shakespeare's beautiful poetry and hilarious bawdy jokes.
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Learn how to safely execute unarmed fight choreography in a fun-filled environment. This class is great for actors and anyone who wants to develop skills in teamwork and communication while pretending to hurt others and themselves. Is there a better way to spend a week in the summer?
It's time to turn up the tunes and warm-up those jazz hands! In Introduction to Musical Theatre Dance, you'll learn beginner dance routines from some of your favorite musical theatre shows including classic and contemporary material. No judgment, no stress, and no experience needed.
The Meisner Technique is largely regarded as one of the most effective acting techniques taught today. Sanford Meisner’s step-by-step approach to acting training develops an actor’s ability to organically create truthful, expressive behavior in acting.
A knife fight can be one the most intense and dramatic fights to watch because of how fast the blade moves and how close it gets to body. Learn the unique movement and fighting style of knife combat and how these fast and furious fights are created for the stage.
In the Art of Theatre, participants will experience the process of taking a play from the page to the stage. Taught by the staff at Raleigh Little Theatre, this class will give hands on experiences in directing, producing, costume design, and set construction as the theatre prepares to open its production of Antigone.