Thursday, February 11, 2016

IMPROV FOR TWEENS @ THE THEATER PROJECT

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Improv for Tweens

Improv is great for tweens and teens! It is lots of fun and helps kids to open up and gain confidence. I will engage the class in simple ensemble building theater games and various other improv exercises. Students will build up to learning and playing short-form improv games which will eventually be performed for an audience at our end of term Improv Showcase. Get ready to think fast and laugh a lot!

6th - 9th grades (5th graders with approval)
Offered through The Theater Project Classroom

WHEN: Fridays,  4:00 to 5:00; Feb. 19, 26; March 4, 11, 18; April 1, 8, 22, 29; May 6, 13. SHOWCASE May 19 @ 7:00
WHERE: The Burgdorff Center for the Performing Arts, 10 Durand Rd., Maplewood
TUITION: 11 sessions plus a showcase $240

One can register at:  http://www.thetheaterproject.org/improv.html

“Nia came out of the show last night as high as a kite! She kept talking about how fun it was, how everybody worked so well together in her group, and how she can't wait for improv to start back up! Bravo Lulu! Thanks so much for your hard work!”  - Joyce Paton, mom of Nia

“I don't know what kind of magic spell you cast, but the fact that Henry got on stage and performed is a feat no other mortal has been able to conjure out of him. He had so much fun! He's hooked on improv.” - Nancy Fitzsimmons, mom of Henry

“I didn’t realize until my son Daniel took Lulu’s class what an important skill it is to be able to do improv. Being able to think on your feet and collaborate is helpful both on the stage and in life. When I realized that Daniel was drawn to being in front of an audience, I wanted to find some way to hone his skills and channel his ability to perform. Lulu’s class was great, and I highly recommend it. Daniel loved playing the games which taught him how to think on his feet. Lulu really gets the silliness of children and is able to harness their energy into a fun class where they learn valuable skills that will benefit them during every stage in life.” - Jodi Fox, mom of Daniel