Basic Musical Theatre for Kids and Teens
Our Basic Musical Theatre workshop is packed with all the necessary topics and activities that are sure to develop and hone students’ talents in performing arts. Kids from 7 to 12 years old and teens from 13 to 18 years old are welcome to enter this safe online space. And because it’s online, even kids from different parts of the world can join in the fun too. Learning beyond performance is important for Atlantis Theatrical, so we also ensure the training encourages peer interaction.
In place of rehearsal room and actual stage settings is a virtual stage that trains the spotlight on an intimate and focused learning experience in acting, singing, and dancing. Song analysis, storytelling techniques, vocal techniques, and basic jazz are just four of the many topics that will be explored. Classes are an hour to an hour and 15 minutes long, and will only have two to three students per time slot. The kids will be in good hands with the theatre company’s expert, critically acclaimed faculty members, as they’ll make sure spending summer this way will be worthwhile. Expect your kids to not only become more confident and creative but also better storytellers and team players after the Atlantis Virtual Workshop.
Contact us at email@example.com or at 0917 8381534 to sign up.
Summer: 2 to 20 May 2021, Mon to Fri
2 to 3 students per time slot
10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm
(Classes are an hour to an hour and 15 minutes long)
21 May 2021, Sat. Time TBC.
Kids: 7 to 12 y/o
Teens: 13 to 18 y/o
Week 1: Rudiments of Musical Theatre
Theater terminologies, physicalization exercises, and the fundamentals of storytelling, voice, and jazz dance.
Students will bring a song of their choice to Talent Day.
Week 2: Song Analysis
Analyzing and interpreting songs through exercises on objectives, movement, and vocal dynamics.
Week 3: Musical Theatre Lab
Students will polish their assigned musical piece through an intensive rehearsal process, each receiving personalized coaching from our teachers. At the end of the final week, a live online recital with solo performances from all students will be held on Zoom.