EDUCATION

Tantrum Theater and Dublin Arts Council offer fun and creative drama camps and workshops for kids and teens!

Tantrum Kids Summer Schedule

Summer Theater Camp
June 5–9
10:00 am–4:00 pm
Ohio University’s Kantner Hall, Studio 308
19 College Street, Athens, Ohio
Ages 8–14
$175*

This camp will excite, challenge, and inspire young actors. Students will create characters through physical prompts, develop acting skills by engaging the imagination and discovering a sense of play, and increase their vocal range by using sound, text, and song. Designed to serve both the beginning actor and more seasoned child actor, this workshop exposes the participants to story development, character building, and aspects of theatrical design.

The class cultivates self-expression, imagination, creativity, and collaboration. It culminates in an informal performance open to the public. *Need based scholarships available.

For registration and information contact Rebecca VerNooy at vernooy@ohio.edu.

Tantrum Kids Creative Drama Camp
June 19–23
10:00 am–3:00 pm
Dublin Arts Council
Ages 6–8
$160

Journey into theater through creative play, mime, movement, sound, and rhythm. This camp uses classic children’s stories and sensory exercises to develop the imagination, cultivate creative collaboration, and teach acting fundamentals. Register online at dublinarts.org.

Tantrum Teens Film Production Workshop
July 17–21
9:00 am–3:00 pm
Dublin Arts Council
Ages 13–18
$190

Focusing on the essential roles, tasks, and challenges in film production. Students will be instructed on storytelling, film crew positions, acting, and technical aspects of lighting, cameras, lenses, and editing. Filming will be done on personal phones and cameras supplied by the instructor. Register online at dublinarts.org.

Tantrum Kids Theater Camp
August 7–11
9:00 am–3:00 pm
Dublin Arts Council
Ages 9–13
$190

Excite, challenge and inspire young actors. Designed to serve both the beginning and more seasoned child actor, this five-day workshop exposes participants to story development, character building, and aspects of theatrical design. Register online at dublinarts.org.


Previous Workshops

Tantrum Kids Drama Workshop
April 9, 2017
1:00–3:00 pm
Dublin Community Recreation Center
Talla Room #2
Ages 7–14
$25

In this fun and fast-paced two-hour workshop, you will practice the fundamentals of acting through physical tasks, games and exercises. Learn how to use your imagination, voice, and body to create character, collaborate with others, and play with dramatic conflict. Led by Artistic Director Daniel C. Dennis with an eye toward Tantrum Theater’s season opener A Midsummer Night’s Dream, this class will give you the chance to focus your dramatic play and create a world as large as your imagination. For registration and information contact Rebecca at vernooy@ohio.edu.


Winter Session: 8 weeks • Saturday Mornings
January 7–February 25, 2017
11am–12:30pm
Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Drive, Dublin, Ohio
$200 • Ages 8–12

This weekly class will excite, challenge, and inspire young actors. Students will create characters through physical prompts, develop acting skills by engaging the imagination and discovering a sense of play, and increase their vocal range by using sound, text and song. Designed to serve both the beginning actor and more seasoned child actor, this workshop exposes the participants to story development, character building, and aspects of theatrical design.

The class cultivates self-expression, imagination, creativity, and collaboration. It culminates in an informal performance open to the public.

For registration and information contact Janet Cooper • cooper@dublinarts.org • 614-889-7444

 

Fall Session: 8 weeks • Saturday Mornings
September 17–November 5, 2017
9:15–10:45 a.m.
Ohio University’s Kantner Hall, Studio 306
19 College Street, Athens, Ohio
Ages 8–12
$175.00

This weekly class will excite, challenge and inspire young actors. Students will create characters through physical prompts, develop acting skills by engaging the imagination and discovering a sense of play, and increase their vocal range by using sound, text and song. Designed to serve both the beginning actor and more seasoned child actor, this workshop exposes the participants to story development, character building, and aspects of theatrical design.

The class cultivates self-expression, imagination, creativity, and collaboration. It culminates in an informal performance open to the public.


For registration and information, contact Rebecca VerNooy at vernooy@ohio.edu

This event is not affiliated or endorsed by Athens City Schools