All workshops are instructed by professional Rose teaching artists who have college degrees in dramatic arts education. To register, please contact Brian Guehring at (402) 502-4636.
Half-Day Acting Workshop
• Best for grades K-6
• 9:30-11 am or 1-2:30 pm
This workshop teaches students the basic tools of acting: body, voice, and imagination. Students will also learn about the job of acting and explore the main stage, rehearsal hall, and costume shop.
Post-Show Acting Workshop
• Best for grades K-8
• 11:30 am-1 pm
This workshop will explore the characters, plot, and themes from the field trip show attended. Students will also tour the sets and view the costume and make-up designs from the show.
The 11:30 am start time allows students a 30-minute lunch break at the end of the 10 am show. 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 workshop teaches students about all the artistic elements used to create a play, including the importance of using imagination. Students will receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the costume shop, sound board, fly rail, and catwalk before using their 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 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 and a question and answer period with one of our professional designers.
Students should bring a sack lunch and beverage. Workshop topics are dependent on the staff schedule, but requests may be made when the workshop is scheduled.