Juneau Spring Break Classes: UPDATE

In light of all that is transpiring with COVID-19 and in an effort to keep everyone safe and healthy, we are transitioning our spring break camp programs to an online platform. Your students signed up for our Creative Drama and Theatre Makers programs will still have opportunities to gain new theatre skills and engage with each other and with our incredible teaching artists. In the coming days, we will send thorough instructions on how to log in and be a part of our online classrooms! 

Unfortunately, we are postponing our two free teen programs. Our instructors have worked hard on creating two really wonderful programs, and we are truly excited to share them with you in better times; please watch for those to be offered sometime in the summer or fall. 

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions! Thank you for your patience and support as we all tackle this global health crisis together.

Creative Drama (Ages 5-7)
10am-12pm | Phoenix Theatre 

Actors can be anyone, do anything—together, we will open our imagination, learn how to harness our creative powers, play well with others, and perform with confidence.

Instructors: Lewis Chapman and Ty Yamaoka. Tuition: $125; scholarships available

Theatre Makers (Ages 8-12)
12:30-3:30pm | Phoenix Theatre

Do you want to sink your teeth into a monologue?  Have you always wanted to try fight choreo or know what it's like to be on an improv team? Are you new to theatre all together? This theatre camp is for theatre veterans and rookies alike, as you gain hands-on experience in a variety of areas that will prepare you to shine onstage.

Instructor: Frank Delaney and staff guests. Tuition: $150; scholarships available

Costume Design 101 (Ages 10+)
10am-12pm | Costume Shop

Learn how the designers and artisans at Perseverance dream up, construct, alter, and care for the stunning wardrobes our actors wear—and master some of these skills yourself! 

Instructor: Shelly Wright. Tuition: $125; scholarships available

Telling Your Story (Teens) (POSTPONED)
10am-1pm | Zach Gordon 

Each of us has our own story to tell. Through dance or music, written word or photography, discover how you want to tell yours. Join our instructors as we explore autobiographical storytelling through a variety of artistic mediums and prompts. 

Instructor: Konrad Frank and guest artist. Tuition: FREE


Scene Work Makes the Dream Work (Teens) (POSTPONED)
2-5pm | Douglas Library 

Explore the art of collaborative storytelling by working together on scenes from well-known plays. Learn how to share the stage with each other while practicing exercises in breathing, listening, trust-building, and emotional expression. Every attendee will leave this camp with a set of tools that they can utilize in any theatrical setting, and the confidence to believe in their artistry! 

Instructors: Irene Martinko and Rio Alberto. Tuition: FREE

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Anchorage Spring Break Camp

Monday March 9 - Friday March 13
 (ages 10-18)
10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Friday 7:30 Performance) in Grant Hall Auditorium, Alaska Pacific University
Create your own original work of theatre completely from scratch! Students will be writing, casting, directing, designing, and presenting their very own brand-new short plays. We will dive headfirst into the art of theatre, experiencing it from different perspectives via a combination of pedagogical games, improvisation, lecture, workshops, production process, and rehearsal.
Students will gain knowledge and skills to help them succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.

Tuition is $275. Scholarships are available. Led by Paul Rios, with UAA theatre students, for more information contact Paul at paulr@ptalaska.org or (907)978-1135

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