April 14 - May 8, 2021
Meets twice a week for 4 weeks
Wednesdays 4:30p-6:30p and
The focus and theme of the workshop is Storytelling: Stage vs. Screen. The concept is to help students use their imagination and creativity to "tell a story" through various visual mediums, i.e.: theatre, tv, film, and dance movement for the actor.
We encourage spontaneity, simplicity and most of all fun, in a relaxed, positive, yet structured and educational, environment. Our robust and diverse faculty of artists and educators have collaborated to create this unique and highly creative workshop. Some of the exciting courses include:
Improv and Devising Theatre
Cinematography and Filmmaking
Script analysis/Story structure
Storytelling through movement/Dance
The final class will be extended by two hours on Saturday, May 8 (10a - 2p).
Due to COVID restrictions and safety measures, the workshop is limited to 20 students. All students and faculty will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing. Mask breaks will be taken after 45 minutes of instruction, allowing time for air changeover and sanitization.
*As an added safety precaution, CACC will disinfect using an ULV Disinfection fogger before, between, and after each class with VIREX All-Purpose Disinfectant (killing 99.9% of all microorganisms, germs and viruses).
AGES: 10 to 17 (students will be divided into two separate age groups)