Summer Youth Theater Company (Ages 8-12) (Summer 2017)

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Summer Youth Theater Company (Ages 8-12)

How to Eat Like a Child - And Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown Up

Virginia May Edinger, Youth Company Director

Richard Cherry, Musical Director
Four-week daily program, Monday-Friday: June 26 to July 21 (NO REHEARSAL ON 7/4)

9:00am-12:00pm

Hubbard Hall Mainstage

Cost: $399

Performances, Hubbard Hall Mainstage: Friday, July 21 at 7pm, Saturday July 22 at 2pm


Hubbard Hall invites all kids ages 8-12 to come and participate in a four-week-long summer theatre program and musical, How to Eat Like a Child - And Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown Up by Judith Kahan with music by John Forster. A fun morning filled with games, activities, theatre and music, all culminating in a final performance. The program will be directed by Virginia Edinger (director of Alice in Wonderland and Really Rosie!) with musical direction by Richard Cherry. Kids will learn the basics of the inner workings of theatre...play team-building, improv, and acting games to build an ensemble and confidence...and work in tandem with the director and musical director to conceptualize and then actualize ideas. Participants will also create their own sets, props, and even costumes. This will be a student-driven show. Ultimately the final product will be the culmination of the weeks of rehearsals, exercises, and summer fun, to create a performance to showcase all of the material learned and contrived.

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