A weekly online drama workshop designed as an introduction to acting and theatre basics, focusing on the idea that to act, is to play!
We aim to equip our students with tools and techniques to become better storytellers, with emphasis on imagination, collaboration, spontaneity, and use of critical and creative thinking.
By the end of this program, our students will have tackled stage craft, character development, text analysis, basic introduction to The Stanislavsky Method, and the exploration of making confident and individual artistic choices.
3 sessions; 1.5 hours per session Saturdays, starting August 8 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Learn theatre and acting basics and be confident about their own artistic choices.
Become a more imaginative, spontaneous, and collaborative storyteller.
Analyze text, story structures, and character development to practice the Stanislavski method.
Receive a certificate of completion.
Be trained by a hands-on artist-instructor.
Rewatch past sessions for reference or guidance.
Manila, Philippines || Sydney, Australia
Chaye is a Musical Theatre graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (Australia), where she has also been teaching for the NIDA Open Program for Children and Young People for over 5 years now. She is also a graduate of the Australian Performing Arts Grammar School, where she attended as a scholar specializing in Acting.
Chaye made her professional theatre debut at the age of 15 with Repertory Philippines’ Camp Rock: The Musical, and since then has gone on to do productions such as Alice In Wonderland, The Producers, Miss Saigon, Guadalupe: The Musical, and most recently took part in the successful Original Filipino Musical Ang Huling El Bimbo. She has also been part of various Film and TV productions, including work for Disney Channel Australia.
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Course Contents and Schedule
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This course is part of the #ArtAtHome online art classes for kids.
1. Is this a one-time payment or a monthly subscription?
This is a one-time payment. You will need to enroll before the first session.
2. Will I need to leave the website to participate in activities?
Some advanced features like polls, allow-to-talk, and breakout rooms might not be available with your web browser. If you have compatibility issues, a "Join through your Zoom app" button will always be available to click anytime. It will open the Zoom app on your device and redirect you back into the meeting automatically. If you don't have the Zoom app installed, it will automatically prompt you through the easy installation process.
3. Will this class require parental supervision?
This class will require minimal parental supervision. You will need to login to your account and then give the device to your child (do not share login credentials like your password with your child). And although direct supervision is not required, an adult should be in the room with the child at all times.
4. Will I need to prepare materials?
Yes, you will need to buy or source all the tools, material, and equipment that is necessary for this class. Please check the "Materials needed" section found on this page.