To register for a class, please call the Box Office at (225) 924-6496 or mail in the DOWNLOADABLE form with payment to TBR at 7155 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70806.
FOLKSONGS AND FOLKTALES
Folktales come alive when we use our imaginations! In this camp, children will learn the fundamentals of theater through games, music, and movement. Oral tradition will thrive as children create and perform their own versions of these well-known stories.
CREATING A CHARACTER
This course will focus on building upon basic acting skills. Students will learn how to make a character come to life on stage through their voice, movement, and mind. We will also be improving acting skills thru theatre games, improvisation, acting exercises, and memorized scripts.
VOICE FOR KIDS
Classes are designed for the developing singer desiring to gain experience and basic technique. The class is designed for anyone who enjoys singing and wants to improve regardless of ability. We’ll work on a wide-range of age-appropriate songs from the musical theater repertoire. Join us on Saturday mornings as we explore musical theater through the voice of singers: breath, relaxation, placement, projection, diction ~ in a fun class setting!
VOICE FOR ADULTS
Want to improve your singing? Haven’t sung since high school? Would you like to freshen up that audition song? Join us in a friendly voice class environment to practice your technique: (breathing, diction, placement). Other topics will include care of the voice, how to choose an audition song and preparing for auditions.
ACTING FOR THE FUN OF IT
Designed specifically for senior citizens who have always wanted to try their hand at acting but never had the time. Now is the time. Through improvisations and theater games students will learn basic acting skills. No experience needed, just the wish to have fun.
INTERMEDIATE ACTING FOR TEENS..... MAKE ‘EM LAUGH
This class will focus exclusively on the wide world of comedy. From farce to satire, the class will use mime and scene work to hone skills in comic timing and physical comedy. Teenagers of any skill level are welcome, and attendance at all sessions is vital to the success of the class.
Who is this person who's words I am saying? Learn how to take a script and dig into it to find the information you need to create the life of your character. Learn to use the other information in the text to make strong choices about what you are doing and why. Discuss some of the various approaches to acting technique and create a tool box of skills to use in building a character.