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YOUNG ACTORS THEATRE

Theatre helps build important life skills, selfesteem, and confidence, all while providing
students with fun, enjoyment, and a sense of accomplishment! We strive to provide a
safe, comfortable environment where kids can express themselves freely, develop their
imaginations, and expand their social skills by interacting with others their age. Through
improv exercises, poetry study, monologue and scene work our students will enhance
their stage presence and gain the skills for proper stage performance.

COST PER SESSION:
$200 per 8-week session

CLASSES BEGIN:
SPRING - Week of March 3

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For additional information call 904.396,4425 ext. 16, or e-mail education@theatrejax.com

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TALE WEAVERS: From Page to Stage

Working from original scenes adapted from popular children's fiction, your child will explore character development and interpersonal skills on stage. Past selections have come from Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Junie B. Jones, and Miss Nelson is Missing! We'll continue to mine through the wealth of youth fiction and expand into additional titles suited to our middle school actors.

RED STAR (ages 7-10)
Tuesdays 4-5:30pm

RED STAR (ages 7-10)
Wednesdays 4-5:30pm

BLUE STAR (ages 11-13)
Tuesdays 5:30-7:00pm

For additional information call 904.396,4425 ext. 16, or e-mail education@theatrejax.com

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GETTING THE PART: Audition Technique

This class is perfect for any young actor looking to sharpen their auditioning skills. Whether you're auditioning for a play in the community, one of the local magnet programs, or want to polish a piece for the district Thespian Competition, this is the class for you. Choose from a selection of monologues on the first day, or bring something you've been working on, and over the 8 weeks we'll work together to get it audition-ready!

GOLD STAR (ages 13-17)
Fridays 4:30-6:00pm

For additional information call 904.396,4425 ext. 16, or e-mail education@theatrejax.com

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IMPROVAPALOOZA (ages 10-14)
Thursdays 4:30-6pm -- ONLY IN FALL

SILLY SHAKESPEARE (ages 10-14)
Thursdays 4:30-6pm -- ONLY IN SPRING

YOUNG ACTOR'S THEATRE SHOWCASES
SPRING - May 5, 2014 @ 6pm

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SPRING BREAK CAMP: A Seusstastic Spring Break

Frolic in the world of Dr. Seuss through acting, song, dance, and improvisation at the most happening place in the Jungle of Nool. Join us for 5 days of Seuss magic as we explore all the thinks you can think when you think about the one and only Dr. Seuss!

March 17-21, 2014
9am - 2pm

COST: $200

For additional information call 904.396,4425 ext. 16, or e-mail education@theatrejax.com

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ADULT TRAINING PROGRAM

Through the use of creative improvisation, scene work, and theatre games, we'll explore subtext, believability, and the importance of being in the moment. While one class covers the basics of acting for beginning, the other will include advanced concepts; creating relationships and playing an objective. Come prepared to have fun and try something new!

BEGINNING ACTING
Sundays 4-5:30pm
SPRING begins March 9, 2014

ADVANCED ACTING
Sundays 5:30-7pm
SPRING begins March 9, 2014

COST PER SESSION:
$180 per 8-week session

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For additional information call 904.396,4425 ext. 16, or e-mail education@theatrejax.com

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Camp Theatre Jacksonville 2014

Join us this summer as Camp Theatre Jacksonville travels back to the 1960's.On the set of one of the decade's most famous variety shows, our campers will rub elbows with the best and brightest talent from the silver screen. Broadway, television, and even across the Pond. Our energetic and well-trained acting, musical theatre, dance and Improv instructors will have your child singing and dancing to the music of Motown, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, The Beatles, and many more! Come get your kicks watching our campers put the groove back in GROOVY in a production built around their many talents.

COST PER SESSION:
$500 per session
of which a nonrefundable $150 deposit is required at registration. Discounts available when enrolling in multiple sessions or with siblings.

TWO SESSIONS:
June 9 thru July 3
and
July 14 thru August 8

CAMP HOURS:
9am – 2pm
(drop off as early as 8am)

The first 3 weeks of each session will take place at San Marco's Trotter Activities Center (1435 Atlantic Blvd.) The final week of camp and all performances will be back at Theatre Jacksonville.

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For additional information call 904.396,4425 ext. 16, or e-mail education@theatrejax.com

 

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Student Night

For each one of our mainstage productions, we offer local middle, high school, and college students the opportunity to attend the show's final dress rehearsal for the cost of $2.00 per student. Each area Drama and English teacher is sent a flyer for the upcoming student night performance and is told the seating availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. This arrangement benefits the students and the performers, by providing a low cost opportunity for a much needed "sneak preview" audience.

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Rush Tickets

The theatre offers area students $10.00 student "rush tickets" of our mainstage productions. These tickets are available at the box office the day of the show, five minutes prior to the opening curtain based upon availability.

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Study Guides

Our Educational Outreach department publishes a student study guide to correspond with each of our mainstage productions. These study guides summarize the script, provide a glossary, include background research, and offer interpretive questions helpful in bringing about class discussion and a better understanding of the script. These guides are offered, free of charge, to local middle and high schools. Guides are usually prepared a week before a show opens and can be downloaded from that show's webpage.

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Training Center

The Theatre Jacksonville Training Center is North Florida's premiere learning facility for actors of all ages. With a staff of highly trained, working professionals, we strive to educate the individual in a welcome and challenging theatrical environment. No matter your age, level of experience, or area of interest, there are classes for you here at the Southeast's oldest continually-producing community theatre. Our program consists of classes for both children and adults ranging from weekly acting and vocal classes, to special workshops and master classes taught by regional performers and educators. The goal is create and foster a love for the theatre arts in members of the community and to train them in the major performance disciplines.

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Young Actors Theatre

At theatre Jacksonville, we strive to nurture the creativity of young minds through out Young Actors program. Our mission is to provide a safe, comfortable environment where kids can express themselves freely, develop their imaginations, and expand their social skills by interacting with others their age. Theatre helps build important life skills, self esteem, and confidence, all while providing students with fun, enjoyment, and a sense of accomplishment! All young actors theatre classes conclude with a showcase performance.

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Adult Training Program

Through the use of theatre games, creative improvisation, and scene work, we'll explore subtext, believability, and the importance of being in the moment. While one class covers the basics of acting for beginners, the other will include advanced concepts of creating relationships and playing an objective. Text used will be provided by the instructor. Come prepared to have fun and try something new or strengthen the acting tools you've already acquired!.

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CONTACT:

Education Outreach
Juan Unzueta

education@theatrejax.com

phone: (904) 396-4425

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Theatre Jacksonville programs are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Arts Council,
the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Jacksonville, and the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, Inc.