“The Play’s the Thing”
SHAKESPEARE FALL STUDIO
Shakespeare is back in the Live Arts building! After such a successful Shakespeare workshop during the WATERWORKS festival this past spring, David Minton returns to teach a fall studio focusing on Shakespearean scene work. Join us this fall and fall even more in love with the Bard and his illustrious works!
Instructor: David Minton
Time: Saturday, 12-4:30pm
Dates: November 18
WATERWORKS Festival Internships
We are looking for students and/or community members to assist the Live Arts staff as WATERWORKS festival interns. Internships will be 10 hours per week, with a negotiable schedule and possibility for remote work.
Internships will be broken into two sessions:
Session 1 (Pre-Production): Sep. 2023-Jan. 2024
Session 2 (Production): Feb. 2024-June 2, 2024
Interested? Email Production & Volunteer Manager Kathleel at firstname.lastname@example.org. CLICK HERE to learn more before applying.
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
Stay tuned for new adult classes and workshops coming soon.
Fall classes are already underway. Winter offerings (starting in January) will be announced in November when our education director returns from leave. Summer camps (June-August for ages 4-17) will be on sale in early January.
Past classes at Live Arts include Monologue Training, How to Film a Virtual Audition, Intro to Shakespeare Techniques, Tap, Actor Self-Care, Dance for Musical Theater, Stand-Up Comedy, and more! —sponsored by Hanckel Citizens Insurance.
Thank you for your interest!
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