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Classes

New Stage Theatre Classes

To register for a class, contact:

Chris Roebuck, Resident Teaching Artist
601-948-3533, ext 236
croebuck@newstagetheatre.com

Spring Classes

Story Theatre – Junie B. Jones!

1st-3rd Grade
Taught by the New Stage Theatre Professional Acting Company and Resident Teaching Artist Chris Roebuck

Cost: $150
Date: February 17-April 21, 2017  9 Р10:30 a.m. (*no class March 17, April 14)
Location: New Stage Theatre, Hewes Room, 1100 Carlisle Street, Jackson

She likes pasketti and meatballs, cheese sandwiches and her family. She does not like roosters, clowns or ponies that stomple you to death. She is Junie B. Jones! We will play dress up, play, learn about storytelling, character, and generally have a great time making some of our favorite stories come to life! we will use all that we learn to create a play based on Junie B. Jones books. Students will be guided through basic theatre techniques within the framwork of the story; but most of all, we will have fun inside the world of one of our favorite characters! And then we will perform it as a showcase for friends and family.

Script from Scratch – This Kid’s Life

4th-6th Grade
Taught by the New Stage Theatre Professional Acting Company and Resident Teaching Artist Chris Roebuck

Cost: $150
Date:  February 17-April 21, 2017 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (*no class March 17, April 14)
Location: New Stage Theatre, Hewes Room, 1100 Carlisle Street, Jackson

In this class, the students will take center stage as they create monologues based on their own life stories. We will work on acting, storytelling and play writing skills to create a showcase of student-written monologues at the end of our class. As a class, we will brainstorm, improvise, and perform our life stories for friends and family.

Introducing our “Theatre 101 Series” with:

Voice Over 101

Taught by the Emmy Award winner Keri Grayson Horn

February 17, 2018

10am-4pm, Ages 18 and older

Many people have questions about the Voice Over industry: What is it? How do I get started? When do I make my first million dollars??

At the Voice Over 101 workshop, you’ll learn the answers to these questions and more. You’ll learn vocal techniques, warm-up exercies, microphone etiquette, how to approach copy, different avenues of Voice Over to explore, where (and where NOT) to go after jobs, and much more. Then, you will step up to the mic and try out what you have learned. The workshop will be led by Keri Grayson Horn, a local VO Artist for more than 20 years, whose voice can be heard on such things as video games in Russia, English learning courses in China, e-textbooks in Ohio…and right here at home on MPB TV and Radio. She has studied with some of the best in the business, and loves helping others on their journeys. This workshop will be held in the Hewes Room at New Stage Theatre. There will be a lunch break, so be sure to pack a lunch!