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This year, Acting Camp is going to focus on fun. After all, what are actors? They’re players! Do not let this fool the student passionate about acting (the very student we are seeking for this camp). There is a common misconception that “serious” drama is somehow more challenging than comedy; however, to most experienced actors, there is nothing more vulnerable – and more exciting – than comedy. The Servant of Two Masters – written by Carlo Goldoni and adapted by Constance Congdon –will be the vessel which will be used to explore techniques in acting because of its classic, timeless comedy, its focus on female characters, its ensemble nature, and (of course) its iconic harlequin. Also, it’s just dang fun. Through this camp, students will explore some of the necessary tools needed of aspiring actors, such as script analysis, repetition exercises, the use of tactics, and ensemble work. The camp will consist of a readthrough/audition, a week of rehearsals, and two shows. Each student will be assigned a part to explore, and the camp will culminate in a performance of the play for family and friends on the Black Box Main Stage. Rambunctious, electric, and timeless, The Servant of Two Masters is the perfect show for young actors looking for the next step in their theatre education. The student must bring their lunch every day. Readthrough Monday, July 3 at 5:30 PM. Performances July 14 at 7:00 PM and July 15 at 2:00 PM. 9 roles available.
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