Winter 2013 Drama Classes

Check out our classes below or in the online RECREATION GUIDE!
Play with us & exercise your right brain! Acquisition of performing arts skills builds muscle, brains & self esteem. Contact Lisa at (303) 739-1973 to discuss your child’s specific interests & abilities. “I will help you find the right class for your child, even if it isn’t one of mine.”

Register today by calling (303) 326-8650 or go online to www.auroragov.org.

Ages: 4-6:
STORYBOOK ALIVE!
MEADOW HILLS
#163825
Act out a different story each week.  Select a favorite story to perform for family & friends on the last day.
Instructor, Jennifer Patten, directed A Little Princess.
Jan. 9-Feb. 27/Wed., 4:30-5:15pm.
$51 ($39 Resident)   6 hours

Ages: 6-8:
ACTING OUT
MEADOW HILLS
#163826
Develop your acting skills through theatre games & activities.  Perform a play for the final class.  1st grade reading level & some memorization required.
Instructor, Jennifer Patten, directed A Little Princess.
Jan. 9-Feb. 27/Wed., 5:15- 6:30pm.
$75 ($58 Resident)   10 hours

Ages: 8-13:
INTRO TO ACTING
CENTRAL LIBRARY STUDIO
#163827
Explore the mysterious, creative & hilarious world of acting.  Learn improvisation, stage movement, characterization & how to read scripts. Memorize lines, rehearse & perform scenes for family & friends on the last day.  This course may be used as a prerequisite for an on camera class.
Instructor: Devon James is a professional actress and theatre instructor.
Jan. 19- Feb. 23/Sat., 1-3 pm
$90 ($70 Resident)   12 hours

Ages: 8-13:
INTRODUCTION TO ON CAMERA ACTING
CENTRAL LIBRARY STUDIO
#163830
Learn basic techniques of acting for the camera including; interviewing, slating & auditioning.  Read, prepare & memorize copy for commercials, television & film. DVD of class work included in cost. Previous acting classes or experience required.
Instructor: Devon James   |
Jan. 19- Feb. 23/Sat., 3-5pm
$95 ($75 Resident)   12 hours

Ages: 9-14:
IMPROVISATION for Youth
CENTRAL LIBRARY STUDIO
#163834
Think fast.  Act fast.  Learn basic acting skills & improvisation Collaborate with partners to create unique characters & scenes through improvisational exercises in both long & short form improvisation.  Film final scenes.
Instructor: Devon James.
Jan. 14 –Feb.11/Mon., 5-6:30 pm  ( No class Jan. 21st)
$ 51 ($39 Resident)   6hrs

Ages: 9-14:
S
CENE & BE HEARD
TALLYN’S REACH
#163829
Learn techniques to improve your voice & movement on stage.  Apply your new skills to scenes & perform them for family & friends on the last day of class.  Third grade reading level & memorization required.  Excellent preparation for spring auditions.
Instructor, Jennifer Patten, directed A Little Princess.  
Jan. 5-Feb. 23/ Sat., 10:30-12:30pm
$96 ($76 Resident)           16 hours

Ages: 9-16:
SHAKESPEARE Tragedies

AURORA FOX STUDIO THEATRE
#163840

Get in shape for the Shakespeare Festival. Learn the unique skills it takes to act in Shakespeare’s tragedies. Students will rehearse scenes from plays such as Macbeth, Richard III, Othello, and Hamlet, and present them on the final day of class. Fencing and stage combat included!
Instructor, Rebecca Salomonsson, appears in her own one woman interactive Shakespearean performances.
Feb. 2-23/Sat., 9am-12pm
$80 ($60 Resident)        12 hours

ADULTS: Ages 16 & up:
IMPROVISATION for the Theater 

AURORA CENTER FOR ACTIVE ADULTS
#163841
Learn the fundamentals of improvisational acting through a variety of exercises.  Perform as an improvisational acting troupe for invited guests on the last day of class.
Instructor, Jamie Bauer, was Mrs. Hogget in Babe.
 Jan. 5- 26/Sat. 10am-2pm.
$48 ($37 Resident)            8 hours


Consistent attendance & outside class work essential. Dress for Movement.

Outreach programming available.

The Cultural Services Division is the largest single provider of arts & culture in the City of Aurora offering programs in performing arts, fine arts, history, public art, special events and festivals

 

The Hobbit at the Aurora Fox Little Foxes Summer Theatre

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