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The Actor in You: Small Group or Private Theater Classes for Young Performers
In this ongoing one-on-one or small group theater class learners explore and build the skills needed on and off stage. Join a public group session or schedule multiple private sessions with a professional youth theater director and educator
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Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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During this ongoing action class, learners will meet virtually one on one with Miss Rachel to improve skills. Together we will set goals, create a plan, and work toward reaching those goals. Week 1 Goal Setting and Theatre Games/Warm ups Learner will meet Miss Rachel, discuss goals and reasons for wanting acting classes and explore simple theater games. Week 2 The First Steps Based on discussion from the first session, Miss Rachel will create a basic recommendation of activities to help...
Learners will improve their theater knowledge and acting skills as we work towards goals set together. Goals will be specific to each learner. This session can operate as a one time session, or long term, consistent or occasional as best fits the needs and schedule of the learner.
Learners will be expected to explore the tips, techniques, and activities we work on in the session between sessions. Session time should not be the only time the learner is working on their skills. The amount and difficulty of the assignments/homework will be based on the goals set in the first session.
Supply lists and recommended reading will be provided throughout the duration of the class as we work toward and meet goals.
Each week learner will complete a basic self assessment. Miss Rachel will keep a record of the goals and assess the success of the sessions. We will regularly reassess goals and progress to maintain a forward momentum toward the goals we set.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
We may reference Constantine Stanislavski's method for realistic acting, Viola Spolin's Improv technique, and various scripts and sources that will help the learner reach their individual goals.
Rachel ElizabethImagination and Education
355 total reviews
273 completed classes
NOTE: If you don't see a time that fits your schedule, please send a request with times that work for you! I am often able to accommodate suggestions. Since most of my classes depend on learner interaction, I will reach out to families enrolled...