Drama, Dance, Mime, Masks, Music & More...
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Workshops and Residencies for the Schools
The Basics of Mime
Students explore the techniques of classic illusionary mime - the creation of illusions, the isolation and control of all parts of the body, balance, hand/eye coordination, the power of silence, poise, non-verbal communication skills and the ability to create stories.

Technical Needs
A large clean, clear area with  room for all students to move.

Mask-Making
Students learn to create masks using papier mache techniques developed by Sandra Hughes and/or paper construction techniques developed by Michael Hickey.
Students develop new skills and create unique art works.

Technical Needs
A work area with utility tables and chairs suitable for art work.
Electric outlets.

Story To Stage
Students develop a theatrical production from idea to script, to rehearsal, to building props, puppets and costumes to performance.
Ideas for production may be generated from student experiences or from curriculum.

Technical Needs
A large clean, clear area with  room for all students to move.
A work area with utility tables and chairs suitable for art work.
Electric outlets.

The Bee Project
All over the world honey bees are disappearing.
Students develop a theatrical production while exploring the life of the honey bee and the current world-wide crisis.

Technical Needs
A large clean, clear area with  room for all students to move.
A work area with utility tables and chairs
suitable for art work.
Electric outlets.

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