Two Swords, a Bag of Marbles and a PB&J
Written By Alan Scott Ferrall
An Interactive Performance. Audience Participation is required!
Young Prince Vladimir, having seen his older brothers rescue Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, Cinderella, and the Little Mermaid, goes off in search of his own damsel in distress. His adventures take him to far-away lands where not everything is what it seems, and his travel companion — a princess in training — is more than equal to the tasks presented to them.
Suggested for Students Grades K-5
Currently booking for the 2011 - 2012 School Year.
Study Guide and specific Academic Content areas studied available upon request.
1 hour classes, up to 25 participants per class
This class will focus on exploring movement with elements of physical storytelling. The class will sing, clap, and jump their way through acting and dance activities. Classes will teach how an actor uses their body to show physical vocabulary.
Focus skills are improving coordination, self-expression, body language, rhythm and meter, music appreciation and story telling.
Sing a song, be a hero, do a little dance in this energetic and interactive Musical Theater class. The children will enjoy becoming part of the action as they learn a song and dance.
From improvisation and character to choreography and performance of their own song, this class will entertain and inspire actors everywhere.
Focus skills are elements of composition, dance with choreographed movement, story structure, improvisation and teamwork.
What is Theater?
This class explores theater as an art form. The students will discuss the practical aspects of theatre and storytelling and compare the art of theatre to other forms of storytelling and to real life.
Focus skills are vocal projection, diction, improvisation, vocal color, stage directions and theater vocabulary.
Theater is a Team Sport
It takes many people working together to bring a story to life on stage. The class is designed to use theater games to teach the children how to solve problems in creative ways. The students must work together to find solutions while following the rules of the our Theater-Team: Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, do your part, help your team, and don’t complain!
Focus Skills are eye contact, speaking clearly, taking turns, positive communication, active listening, creative problem solving and self control.