Stage Play: Scandinavian Stories
Saturdays, 9:30 - 10:30 am, Ages 5 - 8
From Hans Christian Andersen to modern tales from the "Frozen" north, the countries of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark have a rich history of folk tales, fairy tales, and fables. Drama games and scenes based on these tales will be used to teach the basics of theatrical story telling, character development, voice, and movement. Older and returning students will be challenged to further develop roles and begin script analysis. The term ends with a showcase performance” for family and friends.
Stage Performance Skills:
Movement and Physical Choices
Saturdays, 10:40 - 11:40 am, Ages 9 - 14
The physical choices that actors make help to create interesting characters! In addition to the development of physical choices for characters in scenes, guests teachers will introduce musical theater choreography and stage combat. Prior acting experience is recommended but not required. The term ends with a showcase performance for family and friends.
IMPROV IN Performance
Saturdays, 11:50 am - 12:50 pm, Ages 10 - 16
Get a basic understanding of improvisational theater concepts such as story building, environmental awareness, saying “yes,” and making and accepting dramatic offers. The class will be introduced to short-form improv designed to build teamwork and reinforce basic concepts. Returning students will be challenged to build their skills and develop longer scenes. The terms ends with a performance, and other performance opportunities may be added.
Coaching and private lessons
Private acting coaching, lessons, and audition preparation are available with NBYT Teaching Artists on a weekly or one-time basis. Voice and piano lessons are also offered by NBYT's Music Director.
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All-inclusive programming includes those children—as well as others who may choose to participate—in a program that will specifically welcome, engage, and challenge each of them to their own physical, mental, sensory, and emotional abilities.
STAGE PERFORMANCE FOR ALL
Mondays 4 - 5 pm, Ages 8 - 18
As with all NBYT Stage Performance classes, the class will include drama games and warm-ups, development of voice and movement skills to each student’s abilities, ensemble building, instruction of stage performance skills, and rehearsal of scenes for performance. The class will conclude with a showcase performance of scenes for an audience of family and friends.
Spring programming will include a second eight-week class plus a small-scale production to be announced. Click here to read more about the development of All-Inclusive programming at NBYT.
Program development and the first year of all-inclusive programming have been funded by a grant from the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain.
WINTER CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 20!
The cost of each class is $100 per student for each 8-week term.
Students within one year of the age requirements may be allowed to register with approval of the instructor and Executive Director.
All classes meet at the New Britain-Berlin YMCA Program Center at 362 Main Street in the Kensington section of Berlin.
For more information, or to arrange a visit to NBYT, please call 860-515-8115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NBYT is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults by encouraging creative thinking and collaborative teamwork, fostering self-confidence and self-esteem, and developing social, emotional, and academic skills through involvement in high-quality, low-cost programs in the performing arts. Copyright 2013-2017. All rights reserved.
New Britain Youth Theater
P.O. Box 306
New Britain, CT 06050