Teen Theater Club provides teens 13-18 the opportunity to work on acting techniques, improv skills, fun, and also a few surprises.
Spring 2019 Teen Clubs
Starting January 5, join us monthly on Saturdays at 6:30 pm for Teen Club, led by Erica Walling and Alyson O’Hara!
- Social time at 6:30 pm and workshop 7:00 pm-9:00 pm.
- Dates (all Saturdays): January 5, February 2, April 6, and May 4. (No clubs in March.)
- All meetings are at the Story Theater Company rehearsal space, 615 S. Dayton Ave, Suite 133.
- A fee of $10 for the workshops will be collected upon arrival.
- All teens ages 13-18 are welcome!
- Pre-registration is not required.
- Parents of new participants will be asked to provide an Activity Authorization form. This form must be completed and signed by a parent prior to participating in the club. Parents can complete paperwork when dropping off participants at the first meeting, or complete the form in advance by downloading it from the website.
Teen Club Schedule – Spring 2019
|It's All Greek to Me!
This week at Teen Club, we are going Greek! From Oedipus Rex to Antigone, we will discuss the classic Greek works and how theatre functioned in ancient times. We'll work as a Greek chorus and talk about how these stories can have a new life in our modern world!
|Let's Talk About Dialects!
Have you ever wondered how some actors are so good at talking in accents? Speaking in a dialect can be challenging but it's not impossible! This week, we'll build our language skills and learn how to sound like we're from different parts of the globe. We'll discuss what goes in to a dialect and get a lot of practice speaking!
|5, 6, 7, 8!
Teen Club this week is all about the moves. Wear something you can move in because we will be focusing on dance! We'll talk about how dance can play a role in theatre and explore different movement styles. If you love a good musical theatre dance break, this is your week to join us!
|Theatre for Social Change!
Why do we make theatre? There are many different answers to this question but we're focusing on just one this week: theatre for social change! We'll discuss how theatre can be used as a catalyst for progress and problem-solving. We will start asking the big questions and dive in to some work that makes our audience think!
Looking For A Great Monologue?
Click here for some great monologues, especially for teens.