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Fall Senior Company Show: The Seussification of A Midsummer Night’s Dream: The remix
by Peter Bloedel

For Grades 9-12

The Bard's most beloved comedy gets the full Seuss treatment in this playful adaptation. Two MCs chronicle the tale of the mixed-up lovers as they wander through a graffiti forest full of whoosh bush tush beasts and rap battling fairies. Told through rap and rhyme, this reimagining is how Shakespeare's magical tale might have played if Dr. Seuss and Dr. Dre had gotten their hands on it. By audition only.

Thursday, September 11th, 4:30-5:30pm
Tuesday, September 16th, 5:30-6:30pm
Come dressed to move and bring a water bottle. You don’t need to prepare anything. You will be working with movement and reading from sides and verse.

Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays from 4:30-7:30pm
Rehearsals begin September 23, 2014

November 18 and 19, 4:30-9pm (times subject to change as needed)

November 20 @ 7pm
November 21 @ 7pm
November 22 @ 7pm
November 23 @ 2pm

Class ID: SC9
Tuition: $470

Pre-Professional Lab Program: (for those who just “know”)
For Grades 7-12

Through our Lab Program, we offer to those who simply know ‘theatre is it’, a comprehensive cohesive program that will give you the tools needed to compete at a university or professional level. The design of the program is simple – each Lab will work to sharpen your skills in an intensive conservatory-style program. Master classes and artist hours with visiting industry professionals will contribute to the overall experience.
Fall/Winter only
Tuition: $185/session
Minimum commitment: 3 months

Lab Collective (by audition only) Grades 7-12.
(Primary instructors: Annie Enneking and Reed Sigmund).
The Lab Collective is experimental – we think of it truly as a lab, designed to help our students develop their acting skills. Students will explore imaginative and fundamental approaches to scene study while establishing a foundation and common language as an ensemble. Through relaxation and trust exercises, sensory work, text analysis and the exploration of techniques for making active choices in the moment – each actor will work to discover the techniques that best support their work. Students will learn to create rich believable characters, giving life to the stories of their imaginations and dreams! Because we are structured as a lab, there is no public performance or production of a play. Removing the pressure of an audience allows our students to focus on honing their skills for use in future performances, and because there are no leading performers, every student receives the same amount of attention.
Pre-Requisite: Acting: Process and Performance, Classical Theatre Intensive or similar intensive
Class Days and Times: Meets for five 3 and 1/2 hour classes each session Mondays 4:30-8pm
Class ID: 171

Auditions: Monday, September 15th, 4:30-5:30pm

  • Students will be auditioning in a group, should come dressed to move and bring a water bottle. Students do not need to prepare any material.

Design/Tech Lab (by interview only) Grades 7-12
(Primary Instructor: CTC Staff and others)
This program is specifically designed to provide students in grades 7-12 with a hands-on experience in the “backstage” elements of the theatre: Design and Technical production of scenery/props, costumes, lighting and sound. This will be done in a professional theatre setting through practical work with the expert design and technical staff of Children’s Theatre Company. This exploration and introduction to the world of the professional production process and theatre technology will take the form of “master classes” led by industry professionals. Lab students will be invited to view the production process of a CTC mainstage production, as well as having individual tutorials with CTC Staff.
Pre-Requisite: prior technical experience
Schedule to be determined by CTC production calendar
Class ID: 172

To schedule an interview for the Design/Tech Lab, please call 612.879.5699.

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