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Students will learn the basics of improv, acting without a script, through a variety of theatre and comedy improv games such as those featured on, Whose Line is it Anyway? Then they will present some of their favorite games for friends and family at 2:00.
Do you like to doodle? Do you love to play with words? We’ll read poems, examine fun poetic devices like onomatopoeia and alliteration and make our own colorful drawings! We’ll also create concrete poems, where the words take a shape on the page!
We’ll explore the creation of our own Wakandan-based kingdom or “queendom” with inspiration from the Black Panther movie, West African cultures, history, magic, myth, and futuristic technology. We'll create our own story to bring stability and peace to an imaginary dystopian world. Wakanda Forever!
Are stories constantly running through your imagination? Get your ideas out of your head and onto paper! This camp will give you fresh ideas and creative tools for starting your own story or continuing work on one you have already begun.
We'll explore how to build in-depth worlds in your creative writing. We'll investigate fantasy and classic tales of alternate worlds, then create the building blocks for a fictional world, which could include a map, “rules” for the world, characters, illustrations, and the beginnings of stories!
The art of storytelling is important for confidence in any presentation. We’ll use theatre games to introduce skills needed to perform and engage an audience. We will practice a variety of techniques to deliver a story: voice, body language, and facial expressions.
Jump into the world of all things Harry Potter! You will make a wand, write for the Daily Prophet, and take your own Hogwarts classes such as Charms, History of Magic, and more!
Students will make three unique books during this workshop: a Kaleidoscope book that opens like a fan or a DNA Helix, a Flag book that has a series of pages that interweave, and a pop-up book that has parts that move with the action of turning the pages. We’ll choose beautiful papers for the covers, and then have the opportunity to draw and write in our new books! Price includes $10 materials fee.
This class will help us learn about the heroes among us, at all levels of society and in different times, and encourage us to stretch our“social good” muscles by reading age-appropriate biographies and doing engaging projects. We’ll embody our power to make a difference in our community!
Another day immersed in the world of Harry Potter! You will have Hogwarts lessons such as Care of Magical Creatures and Defense Against the Dark Arts, and write for the Daily Prophet. It is not necessary to participate in Day One in order to participate in Day Two!