Players Offering Two Unique and Fun Theatre Workshops
summer, theatre kids from around the area have an opportunity to hone their
acting abilities as well as take part in a unique form of participatory
The first summer workshop offered this year is a “Spontaneous Musical”
workshop. For those unfamiliar with
the concept, the sole purpose of a spontaneous musical is to create scenes of
chaos and joy in public places. One
can also think of it as random acts of fun, with the goal being for everyone to
have a good time, hopefully think a little bit differently about everyday life,
and leave with a story to tell.
The workshop will be held June 29th through July 3rd
from 9AM – 12 PM at the Ballet Society of North County.
The location and times of the two scheduled performances are top
secret; only the actors and their parents will know. Led
by Allisan Whitman, this will be an experience not soon forgotten!
Examples of this type of theatre can be found on the Fallbrook Players
website at www.Fallbrookplayers.com
The second workshop offered is a one day improv workshop guaranteed to tickle
funny bones and take acting skills to a new level.
Taught by two of the funniest actors/directors in North County, Susan
Korean and Brian Weissman will teach skills crucial for becoming a well rounded
actor. These skills are also
valuable in everyday life as they build confidence in risk-taking, increase
trust and collaboration skills, increase awareness and interpersonal skills, and
help people become more comfortable with change.
According to Susan Korean, nobody realizes how much they learned because
they have so much fun! Improv
workshops are the most requested Fallbrook Players' workshops every year.
This one day workshop will be held on Saturday, July 11th,
from 10AM to 5PM.
For more information and a registration form, visit the Fallbrook Players
website at www.FallbrookPlayers.com
and click on workshops or call 760-728-0998.