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Drama

Drama


Ages 5-7
(6 Hours)  Dec. 26-28  
Wed.-Fri. 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

This three-day workshop capitalizes on the natural mimicry of this age group to develop acting fundamentals - the use of the voice, face and body, character and scene work, and acting games that develop imagination and self-confidence.  While perfect for the beginner thespian, this session is just as useful to the experienced actor in introducing new skills.


Ages 8-12
(9 Hours)  Dec. 26-28 
Wed.-Fri. 1:30 - 4:30 pm

This workshop will build on the growing attention span of this age group and explore a broad range of acting experience, improvisation and scene work, with the opportunity to develop characters and allow them to flourish in a variety of theatrical situations.  The session is perfect for honing the skills of the confident young actor, but newcomers are welcome to join the fun in developing their talents and gaining the resources to pursue the theatre.


Ages 12-Adult
(4 Hours) Jan. 5
Sat. 9am-1pm

Instructor: Dale Walsh
Behind the Scenes will give students a chance to learn the art of technical theatre. Topics to be covered include design and operation of lighting and sound systems, set design and construction, special effects, and stage management. Classes will take place in real working theaters and will include hands-on-experience. Learn what goes on behind the curtain–this class is a must for aspiring “techies” both for school drama activities as well as for upcoming Pied Piper Theatre productions.


Ages 14-Adult
(3 Weeks) Jan. 14-Jan. 30
Mon. & Wed. 6-8 pm

Instructor: David Johnson
Do you want to be better at public speaking, nail a college or job interview or learn how to have the voice of a leading man or lady? If you answered yes to any of these then Stage Voice is a must-take class! Utilizing the work of renowned voice teacher, Arthur Lessac, students will develop the natural musicality to their voices as well as discover the healthiest way to speak, project, enunciate, etc. Used by famous actors such as Jim Parsons and Frank Langella, the Lessac work is the key to finding your own unique voice.


Ages 5-7
(6 Weeks)  Jan. 15-Feb. 21
Tues. & Thurs. 5-6pm

Join this theatre adventure for our youngest actors and actresses as they learn the basics of acting through age appropriate theater games. While working as a team, they will discover the fun of putting on a short presentation which they will perform for family and friends on the final day of class.


Ages 8-12
(6 Weeks) Jan. 15-Feb. 21 
Tue. & Thu.6-7:30pm

Students are challenged to create and sustain a role without the pressure of auditioning. This performance workshop provides an opportunity to take the stage while learning acting basics and valuable theatre skills. Family and friends are invited to the final performance!


Teen-Adult
(9 Hours) Feb. 22 - March 29

Fri. 6:30-8:00 pm
For actors of all levels, this class will rediscover the basics of acting: intentions, opposites, relationships, and humor. Develop your acting tools through improvisation, character development, scene study, and creativity. Learn to engage your character to make confident and strong choices in developing a scene through new skills.


Event Phone: 703-330-2787

Ages 8-18
(2 Hours)  Feb. 25
Mon. 5:30-7:30 pm

Get a head start on your next audition with this class on "need to know" basics. What is expected? How should you prepare? Learn about building a resume, delivering a monologue, or singing a few bars from your favorite song. Practice cold readings from the script to improve your self-confidence. This class is a must for those who want to try out for their school musical or for the next season at Pied Piper Theatre.


Event Phone: 703-330-2787

Ages 8-18
(2 Hours)  Feb. 27
Wed. 5:30-7:30 pm

Get a head start on your next audition with this class on "need to know" basics. What is expected? How should you prepare? Learn about building a resume, delivering a monologue, or singing a few bars from your favorite song. Practice cold readings from the script to improve your self-confidence. This class is a must for those who want to try out for their school musical or for the next season at Pied Piper Theatre.


Event Phone: 703-330-2787

Ages 8-18
(2 Hours)  Feb. 28
Thurs. 5-7 pm

Get a head start on your next audition with this class on "need to know" basics. What is expected? How should you prepare? Learn about building a resume, delivering a monologue, or singing a few bars from your favorite song. Practice cold readings from the script to improve your self-confidence. This class is a must for those who want to try out for their school musical or for the next season at Pied Piper Theatre.