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Join your friends 6-12 online to improv your way through your favorite Storybook, led by one of Clark’s trusted instructors!
Options and times available:
9am-10:30am Monday August 3-Friday August 7 via Zoom
Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs (Little Golden Books)
Snow White’s stepmother, the queen, is jealous of the girl’s beauty and sends her way to the forest, where she is found by the seven dwarfs. Finally, the wicked queen puts the girl into an everlasting sleep. But Snow White is awakened by a kiss from a handsome prince and lives happily ever after.
Snow White, Queen, Prince, Mirror, Huntsman, 7 dwarves (narration potentially presented as from the perspective of the Mirror) (prince, huntsman/dwarf)
Director: Sofia Brennecke
10:30am-12pm Monday August 3-Friday August 7 via Zoom
Lovable Lyle by Bernard Waber
Everyone loves Lyle the Crocodile. The Primm family certainly does. And the bakery lady. And Mr. Delight, the ice cream man. And Lyle loves the whole, wide wonderful world and thinks the world loves him, until one day he receives a mysterious note that says, ‘I hate you. I hate you more than anything.’ Why Lyle is disliked and how he convinces everyone that all crocodiles aren’t bad is the dilemma in this delightful story about one of the most lovable animals ever created.
Cast: 2M( Mr. Primm, Joshua) , 3F(Mrs. Primm, Mrs. Hipple, Clover), 5 or more Flex (includes Lyle)
Director: Thomas Farnan-Williams
1pm-2:30pm Monday August 3 – Friday August 7 via Zoom
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
Max, a wild and naughty boy, is sent to bed without his supper by his exhausted mother. In his room, he imagines sailing far away to a land of Wild Things. Instead of eating him, the Wild Things make Max their king.
Casting: 1 M, 1 F, 3-4 Flex (Max, Mother, 3-4 wild things) – narration is a flex character.
Director: Quinn Blakely
2:30pm-4:00pm MondayAugust 3 – Friday August 7 via Zoom
Pete the Cat and His Groovy Buttons
Get hip to the grooviest cat around – Pete! Does he lose his groove when he loses his buttons? Will he find them?
Director: Ben DeSpain
Casting: 2 F, 2M, 7 flex
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Interested in play writing, or having one of your pieces work-shopped by a pro? Check it out in four quick sessions with John Cruncleton III, Clark’s award winning Technical Director, Designer, and prolific playwright! This is your chance to delve deep without a long-term commitment – a longer class will be available during the school year.
After examining the essential elements of effective scene-writing, students will each conceive and develop their own original standalone scene. Students will refine their work over multiple drafts, from rough outline to finished product. Each step of the process will include a reading of the material followed by a detailed critical analysis. Enrollment form HERE
Make a merry musical end to your summer with Thomas Farnan-Williams in a fabulous Musical Theatre Workshop! Students will work warm-ups, both solo and group pieces, and end with a fully recorded group number! Enrollment form HERE