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Fall acting classes at Prana

by Roberta Weiner
June 13, 2018

Here's a great chance to work on your acting skills in a low-key, fun way this fall!

Two awesome classes right here in the Prana studio -

  1. Let's Put on a Play (K-3) A super-fun acting class where you’ll have parts and lines, get costumed and put on a show for parents on the final day! A wonderful way to be in a show that’s just for your age with experienced teacher Amanda Bigelow.
  2. Acting & Improvisation (grades 4-8) Give your acting skills a boost and have some fun with this small-group acting class with me! I'll help you become a stronger actor through games and improvisations, and you’ll learn valuable techniques for your next audition!

Dates and details here! These classes came about after requests from parents who were shut out of Beauty and the Beast (but you can sign up even if in B&B - we scheduled classes NOT to conflict with rehearsals).

 

Questions, email anytime!

Roberta

 

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