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NCTC offers 2012 Youth Theatre Workshops

Newnan Community Theatre Company is offering Youth Theatre Workshops January 7 through May 19,. The workshops are a series of Saturday morning and afternoon classes aimed at elementary and middle school students. They are designed to teach or enhance knowledge of many aspects of theatre, including acting, set design and construction, make-up, stage movement, and basic sound and light operation.

The workshops will be conducted by a variety of theatre professionals under the administration of Jennifer Dorrell, NCTC’s Youth Programming Director. Each session will consist of a one-hour workshop on a particular topic, such as improvisation, stage combat, or accents, and one hour of rehearsal time for the culminating production. There will be two matinee performances for each production on the final day of class.

The cost of the workshop is $350 per student, payable in full or in monthly installments. If tuition is paid in full, there is a $25 discount. There is also a sibling discount of $25.
To register for classes, go to http://newnantheatre.org.
 

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