WINTER SESSION 2018 - 8 WEEKS
Monday Session: 4:00pm to 6:00pm, January 8th to March 5th (no classes Feb. 19th)
Saturday Session: 9:00am to 11:00am, January 6th to March 3rd (no classes Feb. 24th)
Ages 8 to 12: Improv for the Stage [REGISTRATION IS CLOSED]
Anything can happen in live theatre, be prepared! In this class, students will learn the importance of improvisation in acting to build deeper characters, for auditions and being present on stage. Through games and other improv exercises, students will build upon their ability to think quickly on their feet and engage with their scene partner in a more meaningful way.
Ages 13 to 18: Stage Combat [REGISTRATION IS CLOSED]
What looks like chaos on stage, is a carefully calculated and choreographed sequence built on safety, technique, trust and illusion. Through various exercises, students will learn the necessary techniques used in a scene that requires actors to create the illusion of chaos, in turn building on skills such as eye contact, spacial awareness, and collaboration.
• Multi-Class Discount: 5% for registering for 2 or more classes at once.
• Sibling Discount: 10% off second registration when registering 2 siblings.
Discounted courses must be ordered by phone 978-232-7200 x7289. Discounts cannot be combined.
NSMT classes are subject to changes or cancellations. If necessary, changes or cancellations will be made in advance of the start of class.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CONTACT:
BY EMAIL email@example.com | BY PHONE (9:00am - 5:00pm) 978-232-7200 x7289
At NSMT, we believe that a modern day actor should have a toolbox filled with true and steadfast techniques and methods used on the stage. Our conservatory style program concentrates on providing students the necessary tools to become a triple threat and well-rounded actor/actress. Students will hone their skills in acting, singing and dancing, while engaging with their peers, building on the areas critical to their development such as: critical thinking, collaboration, public speaking, time management and social development. We also believe that theatre should be accessible to any student who chooses to participate and encourage them to begin their artistic journey, regardless of their level of experience.