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June 1, 2011
In the Kids Do It All Program, Colorado State theatre faculty and grad students, as well as theatre professionals, teach your kids skills such as speech & voice projection, dance & movement, set & prop design, stage combat & vaudeville tricks! Sign up for one of three sessions in June.
This summer kids ages 7 – 13 will work in age-appropriate groups to write, design and act in plays entirely of their own creation.
Each session meets in the University Center for the Arts, Monday-Saturday. (Saturday hours are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and conclude the program with a full production performance.)
Colorado State University theatre faculty and graduate students, as well as theatre professionals who have worked in New York and in Los Angeles in theatre and television, show the kids how to do everything it takes to mount a fully-staged play in just one week — anything it takes to realize their ideas:
In addition to learning skills such as speech & voice projection, dance & movement, set & prop design, stage combat & vaudeville tricks, kids also get a head start in the critical areas of self-esteem, self-worth, working with others, collective problem solving, sense of community and public presence.
– Movement & voice,
– Song writing,
– Stage combat,
– Circus skills, and
– Props & set design.
You will get a bound copy of the script you write with dozens of photos and will go to an autograph-signing wrap party!
Contact: Jennifer Clary
Phone: (970) 491-2463