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Theater classes set at North Dale Rec

Posted on 10 October 2016 by Calvin

theater-stockHomeward Bound Theatre Company will offer theater classes at the North Dale Recreation Center, 1414 St Albans St. N.:

“Mother Goose Tales,” Sat., Nov. 5, 9:30-10:15am, three through five-year-olds will act out their favorite tales from a time long ago in this fun, whimsical class. We will take turns acting out these treasured tales of a time gone by like “Three Little Pigs” or “Simple Simon.”

Also on Nov. 5, 10:30am-noon, “Where the Wild Things Are” will have six through eight-year-olds learning creative dramatics and movement with fun and focus. Students will develop individual imagination and group cooperation acting out of children’s literature

“Adventures with Raggedy Ann and Andy,” Sat., Nov. 12, 9:30-10:15am, finds three through five-year-olds acting out the mischievous antics and adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy, the dolls and their delightful band of stuffed animal friends that come to life when no humans are present.

“Dr. Seuss and Me,” Sat., Nov. 19, from 9:30-10:15am, where three through five-year-olds will act out their favorite Dr. Seuss stories like “The Cat in the Hat” or “Green Eggs and Ham,” recreated for family and friends! Participants experience will include warm-up games, theater exercises, and movement.

Homeward Bound Theatre also offers several 3-week theater classes on Thursdays, Oct. 27, Nov. 3 and Nov. 10. They are:

“Storytelling & Acting,” 3-4:30pm, where 15 through 18-year-olds will learn how to mesmerize their family and friends with a way of telling stories that will bring the characters and happenings to life. Imagination games and acting exercises will help everyone discover parts of their personality they rarely explore. No previous acting experience is required.

“You’re On Stage,” 5:30-7pn, will find 13 through 16-year-olds focusing using their body movements, facial expressions and voice to build character development and portrayal. Budding actors will play with and explore their imaginations to learn how to reach their hidden talents with these scene staging and acting techniques.

“Acting is Fun,” 1:15-2:45pm, will have adults through seniors re-experiencing the exhilarating freedom they may not have felt since they were children! Imagination games and exercises will help students discover parts of their personality rarely explored. No acting experience necessary!
For more information and cost of registration call St. Paul Parks and Recreation at 651-558-2329 or register online at www.stpaul.gov/activityregistration.


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