Campers will fully participate in the process of producing an original stage play. They will learn technique training in acting, auditioning, and voice, in addition to learning about technical elements like lights, sound, masks and costumes to tell a story. They will incorporate these techniques into their own original play, using their own ideas, that will be presented in a fully-staged production on the last day of camp. Class is limited to 20 students so sign up today!
Once again, Erika Moon and her cast will bring their knowledge to those who want to learn the art of burlesque, those who are in for a treat! Members of the cast will start getting … +
Put on your dancing shoes! Miami Dade College will present its fourth annual Artistry in Rhythm: Engaging the Community (AIR Dance Conference) in an effort to create an innovative training program for dance artists and … +
This special summertime themed show will take you on a trip across the Tropics and beyond with our fabulous cast! Step into a world of exotic jungles and sparkling oceans as the spectacular dancers make … +
The African Heritage Youth Theatre presents a playwriting workshop with young, New York-based playwright Deaon Griffin-Pressley. Deaon Griffin-Pressley is a New York City based playwright, actor, director and teaching artist (originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida) … +
Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon chronicles the relationships between three cousins who are brought together following the death of their grandfather, a Holocaust survivor. Conflict ensues as the trio fight over a “chai” that belonged … +