Classes offered by Audacity

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After School Plays

We bring the production to the schools where the students are located (for both parental convenience and so we have the greatest opportunity for the school community to participate).

These are eight- to ten-week after school productions that begin with formal auditions and end with full production performances. We work with students grade 1-12. Productions include professional sound and stage lighting, as well as sets and costumes.

Opportunities also exist for students to learn and run various technical aspects of the production as well (set crew, sound, lights, etc.).

For more details on how to bring this after school program to your school, contact Louis Stone-Collonge at louis@audacityperformingarts.com

Jungle Book - Sinnott

Jungle Book – Sinnott

Introduction to Acting (1st to 6th grade)

Children permorning in an Audacity class

Sinnott – Fall 2014

This is a great afterschool opportunity for students, grades 1-6, to learn about acting and become more familiar with being on stage in a playful environment. Teaching is based on theater games and age appropriate improvisation training. Students will learn:

  • Basic acting techniques
  • Improvisation skills
  • Collaboration skills while developing projects

For more details on how to bring this after school program to your school, contact Louis Stone-Collonge at louis@audacityperformingarts.com;

Write a musical

In this 8 week hands on fully participatory class, students will learn how to write, score and produce an original musical. This class in 100% hands on and fully participatory at every level.

Students will learn:
  • Script Writing
  • Story adaptation
  • Develop new and improve existing acting skills
  • Song writing in a way that enhances the narrative and audience experience of the story
  • Production Design at all levels

Prerequisites:
Must be in Middle School (grades 6-8); high school programs also available.

Write a musical class a Audacity

Improv Saturday

children performing at Audacity

Sinott – Fall 2014

In this fun 3 hour Saturday program, middle school and high school students will learn and practice the craft of theatrical improvisation in a supportive and empowering environment. Students Benefits:

  • Students will learn on-the-spot acting; no lines or rehearsing
  • The importance of being prepared for anything unexpected and how to use improvisational skills to adapt to any situation
  • Improv builds confidence and teaches the importance of collaborative team work with judgments
  • Students will learn that they do not have to try and be funny; they will learn to do/say first thing that comes to their head — funniest things happen when you’re not trying.
For more details on how to bring this after school program to your school, contact Louis Stone-Collonge at louis@audacityperformingarts.com

Movie Making

This class with teach elementary school students video production with a strong emphasis on craft of storytelling.

Coming in January 2014

For more details on how to bring this after school program to your school, contact Louis Stone-Collonge at louis@audacityperformingarts.com

We had a very succesful 'Movie Making' class at Broadway High School.

Watch the video made by students

Technical Theater Support

Technical Theater - Notre Dame SJ

Technical Theater – Notre Dame SJ

Because the mission of The Audacity Performing Arts Project is “to support and develop the performing arts,” we are also committed to providing technical theater support to other non-profit organizations, churches, and schools. We can provide support in the following areas:

 

  • event management
  • production supervision
  • set design
  • lighting design and management
  • sound design and management
  • technical services for music events (concerts, talent shows, church services, etc.)

For more details on Audacity Technical Theater Support, contact Louis Stone-Collonge at louis@audacityperformingarts.com

For more details on how to bring these after school programs to your school, contact Louis Stone-Collonge at louis@audacityperformingarts.com or send Louis a message using this form:

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