Children’s books will serve as the launching pad for our dramatic adventures! Participants will have fun exploring movement and character, playing theatre games, acting out scenes and more. On the last day, students will experience the joy of performance with a showcase highlighting our explorations.
Youngest students must be 5 yrs. by:
• May 12 (June 12-16)
• May 26 (June 26-30)
• July 1 (July 31-Aug 4)
9:00-11:30, Center Studios.
– Bring a water bottle and simple healthy snack.
– Clothing should be easy to move in.
– No boots or flip flops.
– 11am Family & Friends Showcase • Studio Room • Last day
– Each session will cover different themes and books!
– 10 participants (ages 5-7) per session.
– Complete this consent and releaseform asap to secure child’s spot. Failure to do so may result in spot being forfeited to waitlist.
Paulette Gilbert has worked with children for nearly 30 years as a teacher, actor and director. She holds a BA in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s degree in Theatre from Louisiana Tech University. Her extensive experience with professional companies across the country includes a national tour with the Missoula Children’s Theatre. For the past 15 years she has taught and produced theatre for young people in Nevada County. She is the Director of CFTA’s newly formed MainStage Playmakers Youth Program which proudly performed The Emperor’s New Clothes, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and most recently, The Reluctant Dragon. When not working with children, Paulette is a regional theatre Costume Designer and proprietor ofhttp://www.SANDbagsStudio.Etsy.com.
This consent & release form must be completed by May 25th 2023. Failure to complete the form may result in a child’s spot being forfeited to the wait list.
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