For the 4th year Brevard Little Theatre (BLT) is offering a unique educational opportunity for children, ages 4-7, this summer (2017).
Tot Hollywood is taught by Chris Martin, a director and certified Kindergarten teacher from Asheville, Tot Hollywood will be held at the theater, June 26-30. The cost is $100 for the entire week, but participants may come fewer times, paying $20 per day of instruction.
|Children will dress up daily according to planned
themes. The theme this year is Broadway Shows, which will
include a different show each day: Annie, Jr., Willy Wonka
Jr., Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast Jr., Seussical Jr.
Students will participate in scene work, songs, movement,
crafts, puppetry and instruments and more.
At the end of the week, there will be a 30-minute performance to showcase songs, stories and movement learned during the week.
Martin, no stranger to BLT, where he has directed and performed in numerous productions, has taught creative drama, improvisation, and puppetry for more than 15 years. He has also directed more than 40 plays and musicals in Asheville. He holds a K- 12 theatre-arts license and has a master’s degree in theatre education from UNC Greensboro.
For more information or to register, e-mail Martin at email@example.com or call him at (828) 216-4768.
Have you ever wondered what happens “behind the scenes”?
Do you want to be part of the fun but would rather not be on stage?
|BLT is considering offering a
class on the backstage aspects of putting on a show. This
would be a one day 2-3 hour survey class introducing you to
what’s involved in the various jobs that create what the
audience sees. We’ll discuss designing the visual appearance
(sets, costumes, lighting), the practical jobs of putting
everything together (building, painting & decorating the
set, gathering and building props and costumes, hanging &
focusing lights, creating & assembling music cues and sound
effects), and the live action jobs that keep the show
running (managing the stage, operating the lights and sound,
helping with costume changes & resetting the props during
performances, working the ticketing box office, ushering &
Our goal is to enhance your experience as audience members and/or actors. In addition, although not required, we hope you will find an area that especially appeals to you so you might consider learning more by joining us working in your chosen area(s) backstage.
Let us know if your interested by filling out this short online questionnaire.
June 3 -July 2, 2017
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - noon
No class on June 17th
We are excited that our very own Al Edick will be teaching Comedy Acting. Al is an actor/producer/director with decades of experience in a multitude of community theaters. This course is designed to entertain as well as educate. When auditioning for comedy roles, you must show you have good comedic timing. During the process, participants will read and perform short comedic skits and be critiqued by the instructor and other participants. At its conclusion participants should be confident in their ability to successfully audition and win comedic roles, to perform well in comedic productions and appreciate the skills required for good comedic theater.
To enroll contact Annette Hobbs at 240-463-5542 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include Comedy Acting Class in the subject line. Cost for this class is $120.00