Storytelling Through Movement ~ Gabriella Perez
In this creative session, we’ll work on our feet together to explore the key elements to choreographing for the stage. We’ll move our bodies through simple choreography, examine how those steps came to fruition, discuss how dramaturgy can channel into movement, and discover how to get out of our own way to tell movement stories with joy. (Masks required)
Breath and Bodywork for Singers ~ Matthew Campisi
Based on the principles of Hennessy Breath and Bodywork, participants will learn how to apply breath and bodywork to optimize your vocal performance on stage.
Inclusion and Making It Work for You ~ Stephanie Parades
Participants will focus on why Inclusion matters and how it can create an environment for collaboration, success and community building.
Acting Through a Song ~ Brynn Tyszka
In this workshop, we'll be discussing the challenges of acting through a song, the difference between acting a song and acting a monologue, and pearls of wisdom when it comes to auditioning and audition prep. Come prepared with a song in mind that has a YouTube karaoke track--you might get to work on your piece!
Why You Should Definitely Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus ~ Freyda Schneider
TYKEs' (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy) Founder/Director leads a lively interactive discussion about what makes children's theatre an especially rewarding career path, and the unique benefits of introducing children to the performing arts.
A Musical Without Music? ~ Lindsey Warren Baker & Amanda Jacobs
Regardless of your role in a production - producer, writer, director, designer, cast, board member, etc. - table readings are an incredibly useful tool in the development of a musical theater production. In this session, participants will read a portion of a musical libretto without music in order to discover how valuable a table reading can be in getting from the page to the stage.