For groups of 25 students or less, $250 per workshop (starred workshop prices may vary). For more than 25 students, costs vary depending on which workshop and the number of participants.
If you do not see what you are looking for, please contact our Education Director. We have a number of talented teachers who can craft a workshop tailored to your class!
IMPROVISATION (Grade 5-Grade 12) Students learn to think outside the box and strengthen communication skills as they act out various skits with wacky characters in all sorts of situations all the while making it up as they go along. Structures, as seen on the TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” are used to entice students. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Theatre 2
SHAKESPEARE (Grade 4-Grade 12) Get over those fears of Shakespeare’s language! Students explore the wit, wisdom, and words of William Shakespeare. With the tricks of paraphrasing, students will learn how to turn Elizabethan English into modern-day thought. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Theatre 2 and History 3.1
STAGE COMBAT (Grade 4-Grade 12) Learn how to safely perform unarmed stage combat including slaps, punches, hair pulls and much more! (This workshop requires a larger space than just a classroom)
PLAYMAKING (Grade Pre-K-Grade 5) Students are first introduced to basic acting concepts and then move on to stage their very own production. Given costume pieces, props, and a few simple lines, students magically bring each story to life with the help of our Instructor/Story Teller. Everyone participates with sound effects, gestures, and songs. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Theater
STORYMAKING (Grade Pre-K-Grade 4) Students listen to a story, discuss the elements, i.e. character, plot, and chronological order, then everyone participates in bringing the tale to life by acting it out. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Reading and Writing 4 and Theatre 2
Choose from the list below:
- FAIRY TALES
- ALICE IN WONDERLAND
- DR. SEUSS
- STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
*Work with one of our instructors to create your own workshop based on a book or unit of study.
CREATIVE DRAMATICS (Grade 1-Grade 4) Theater games, pantomime, storytelling, and movement are used stimulate the imagination. Through these creative techniques, students build skills such as team building, listening, and thinking outside the box. Supports Colorado Content model standard: Theatre 2
CIRCUS, CIRCUS (Grade 1-Grade 3) Students get a chance to try all the skills that go into a good circus. Juggling tips, mime, and clowning techniques are all demonstrated.
CHARACTER CREATIONS (Grade 2-Grade 8) Students explore the process of becoming someone else from start to finish. After creating a name, background, and occupation for their character, participants are given make-up and costume pieces and then use acting techniques to add physical and vocal characteristics. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Theatre 2
ACTING ON CAMERA (Grade 4-Grade 12) Students get a chance to learn basic acting on camera techniques based on their interest and grade level. Throughout the workshop students are filmed and then can review their performance by watching themselves. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Theatre 2
GREEK MYTHOLOGY (Grade 4-Grade 11) Students have fun re-enacting stories from Greek mythology and then using improv structures and games to reinforce their knowledge of the Immortals.
MEDIEVAL LITERATURE (Grade 6-Grade 12) Students learn about the sources that influenced most modern literature using Beowulf and Gawain and the Green Knight.
PHYSICAL COMEDY (Grade 4-Grade 12) Learn how to safely perform physical comedy including trips, falls, and reactions.
PLAYWRITING (Grade 3-Grade 12) *This workshop requires three one-hour visits to the classroom as students are shown how to create a play focusing on a beginning, middle, and an end. They will be given skills to create dialogue and characters while learning how to format a dramatic piece. Supports Colorado Content Model Standard: Reading and Writing 1
AUDITIONING (Grade 4-Grade 12) A special workshop for serious minded students interested in performing. We will touch on cold readings and monologues, along with songs and even choreography. Participants will receive advice and tips on how to prepare a resume and where to look for audition notices. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please contact the Education Director. We have many talented teachers who may be able to design a workshop specifically for your class!
Please contact our Education Director, Seth Maisel at 303-794-2787 x217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or more information.