ICE Collaborative Arts is offering a creative theatre class to Elementary Students. Using team building exercises, the students will come together as a collective to devise a show with the structural elements of a professional show including a connective story-line, given circumstances, character development, dialogue, conflicts, and resolutions. Students will learn acting techniques and theatrical foundations while creating a show by using imaginative problem solving and artistic exploration. Students will also learn visual and technical elements as they design and create their show leading toward a final sharing of their work at the end of the session. This sharing will take place from 12:00pm-12:30pm on Friday.
In this five-day intensive, students will have the opportunity to learn and work on scenes, songs, and dance numbers.
We will be teaching students how to apply acting skills to musical numbers. By using acting through song and dancing for actors, students will gain confidence and knowledge for the next time they sing and dance on stage. Students will create a themed performance using scenes, monologues, dances, group songs, and solos. We will pick our materials based on an agreed upon theme . These themes could be togetherness, broadway, bullying, confidence, or any topic they are collectively interested in learning about and sharing. This is a great way for students to curate their own work while working with friends to improve their skills.
Come together in a positive and creative space to explore your quick wit, problem solving skills, group support, ensemble work, and of course to have a crazy amount of fun. Improv is all about using a collective group mind to create scenes and exercises that encourage the use of theatre skills in a fast paced and energetic way. This session is designed to encourage imaginative exploration and creativity. We will use our new knowledge to enforce and enhance improv, performance, and confidence skills.
Join ICE Collaborative Arts for a week-long exploration of advanced dance techniques! This class is available for students who took our Beginners Dance Class, or for ages 14 and up! Students will be taught useful warm-ups, healthy stretching, and dive into ballet and tap techniques for musical theatre performers. Additionally, students will apply their technique to a fun and challenging dance combination that they will learn each day throughout the course! On July 25th, students will showcase the dance combo they have learned for friends and family..
This is an opportunity for your students to get live feedback from directors on their auditioning and cold reading techniques and materials. Students will finish the week prepared to go into an upcoming audition with confidence. We will be helping the students to do cold readings, sides, character work, slates, monologue presentation, and resume building.
This is a wonderful chance for students to practice, gain confidence, try out new tactics, and gain confidence in front of directors and actors. Directors will be providing feedback and tips to all participants.
Tired of going from audition to audition not knowing if what you’re doing is “good” or “right”? Tired of picking a monologue that was easy to find and memorize just because it was the first thing you found? We’re here to help you change that for next time. Led by Taylor Body, students will share monologues and performance strategies while receiving individualized feedback. Taylor will use her experience and guidance to show students how to best perform their monologues. Students will learn how to pick monologues that best fit their auditions and their personalities. This is a great way for students to practice for upcoming auditions and work as a group to give constructive critiques.