If you have children at home, chances are you’re living with a ham or two. For better or for worse, kids are natural performers– though they don’t always have a keen sense of when and where showcasing their lack of inhibitions is appropriate. All the world’s a stage, as they say. But a great way to teach the young-and-attention-loving how to channel their powers for good is through theater classes. They’re a natural outlet for all your kiddo’s physical and creative energy. Particularly during the winter, when physical activity can be hard to come by, an acting class can definitely be the fix your kids need. Plus, who knows? Maybe you’ll find out that Hollywood may be where they’re headed. Could be. But first stop: the Creative Alliance.The Creative Alliance offers so many great classes for adults and kids alike, so if theatre isn’t what you’re looking for, you could still do well to peruse the offerings. But if an acting class does sound like fun, get thee to online registration stat– because the classes start on Saturday. Students will explore various aspects of theatre– improv, play-making, scene study, and more. They’ll memorize a monologue and develop their characters through script writing. By the end of the course, they’ll even produce a culminating final performance for family and friends. Next stop: Broadway.
The theatre classes at the Creative Alliance begin Saturday, February 8 and continue through March 29. For more information, or to reserve a spot in the class, visit www.creativealliance.org.
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