Drama

Waterstone Drama

 
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Fall Drama 2019

Waterstone Drama After-School Elective

Ages 8 & Up Monday-Friday 3:30-4:30.

Backstage Discovery: On Mondays and Fridays, students will participate in the academia of Theatre. Students will learn about theatre history from around the globe. Your child will gain knowledge about the technical side of theatre by exploring different roles such as: directing, set design, stage managing and costuming.

For this class please bring a 3-pronged folder.

Passing Notes Musical Theatre: On Tuesdays and Thursdays, students will be instructed in vocal technique and physical movement. Actors will learn songs from musicals such as Oliver Twist, Newsies and many more. Students will present their work in a fall revue on October 4th. To participate in the fall revue students must be present for at least 15 of the 20 scheduled classes. For the second half of the term, students will learn fun carols for the holiday season. Students will present their work on December 20th. To participate students must be present for 15 of the 20 scheduled classes.

For this class, students should wear comfortable clothing they can move in, a 3-pronged folder and a water bottle.

Take the Stage: On Wednesdays, students will learn about the audition process and learn how to create a character. Actors will participate in rehearsals for "Stone Soup" a 10-minute short play. The performance will be on Friday October 4th. To participate in the play students must be present for at least 7 of the 10 scheduled classes. For the second half of the term students will learn about play-writing. Students will present their own script on December 20th. To participate students must be present for at least 7 of the 10 scheduled classes.

For this class, students should wear comfortable clothing they can move in, a 3-pronged folder and a water bottle.

Be prepared: Students are expected to arrive on time and in proper attire. Please notify the instructor ahead of time if your student will be absent or late for a class. If a student does not attend the minimum about of classes he/she will not be allowed to participate in the scheduled presentations.

 
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Theatre Director

Diandra Cahall is a lexington native with a Bachelor of Science degree in Theatre Performance from Campbellsville University, wherein she graduated with honors and the Senior Theatre Award. Diandra has performed in many shows with Town Hall productions and The Lexington Children’s Theatre. She was a performance intern with the Stephen Foster Drama Association, an artistic teaching associate with the Creative Spirit Academy and now resides as our drama director here at Waterstone.