A workshop AT THE ROSE is the perfect way to explore themes from a school field trip show or learn about the profession of theater. A professional teaching artist with a college degree in dramatic arts education will lead your class. To register, please contact Lindy Glenn at (402) 502-4625.
Intro to Acting Workshop
• Best for grades K-6
• 9:30-11 am or 1-2:30 pm
This hands-on workshop teaches students the basic tools of acting: body, voice, and imagination. Students will also learn about the job of acting and will explore the main stage, rehearsal hall, and costume shop.
Pre- and Post-Show Acting Workshops
• Best for grades K-8
• CALL FOR DETAILS*
This hands-on workshop will explore the characters, plot, and themes from the show your students attended. Students will also tour the sets and view the costume and make-up designs from the show.
*Workshop times vary depending on your show time. All options include a 30-minute lunch break. Students should bring a sack lunch and beverage.
Full-Day Introduction to Theater Workshop
• Best for grades 2-5
• 9:30 am – 2 pm
This full-day introduction to theater workshop teaches students about all the artistic elements used to create a play. Students will learn the importance of imagination when acting, directing, playwriting, and designing. They will also receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the costume shop, sound board, fly rail, and catwalk before using their own imaginations to turn a short story into a play. Students will create their own design project, rehearse their play, and then present it to an audience of their peers.
Students should bring a sack lunch and beverage.
Full-Day Advanced Theater Workshop
• Best for grades 5-12
• 9:30 am – 2 pm
This full-day advanced theater workshop provides students an opportunity to explore three different theater topics such as improvisation, acting, playwriting, design, ensemble work, stage combat, musical theater, choreography, etc. The workshop also includes a tour of The Rose Theater and a question and answer period with one of our professional designers.
Students should bring a sack lunch and beverage. The individual workshop topics are dependent on that day’s assigned actor/educators, but requests for specific workshop topics may be made when the workshop is scheduled.