This March Break kids can participate in an Acting and Music Camp. This creative and fun program specializes in techniques for Stage, Film and Television.
Acting is a fun, creative, constructive and social way to tap into children’s wonderful gift of imagination. Acting with musical skills is a great tool that enables children to strengthen their communication skills, develop problem-solving skills, strengthen focus and concentration, promotes teamwork, encourages active listening and great social and acting skills as well as building self esteem.
“They are equally educational as well as fun. What the kids learn in the camp really translates well into the classroom. Countless teachers have approached us saying how much of a difference the workshop makes as far as how a student will present themselves in front of a classroom. After taking the workshop, the kids will have the training, not to mention the confidence, to step into any audition and do extremely well”, explains Rebecca Runions who is a counselor at these workshops.
All young Actors will be given the opportunity to take part in the filming of their own TV show entitled “Reel Kids” as well as a Glee Style music video! They will also get a copy of their work! Actors will gain greater knowledge of themselves through fun theatre games, Improv, TV Commercials, Special FX’s, Story development, Musical theatre styles, make up and much more.
The workshops take place March 11th, 12th, and 13th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (doors open at 8am). The workshops take place at the ArtSpace Building (King George Park). The cost is $80 per participant. These work shops are being organized by Dream Maker Productions with Reel Thing Films. For more info call (613) 932-3510 or check out the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/298866700240280/
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