In Expressing Yourself, music, movement, and voice will be our teachers (like vegetables in mac and cheese). The class will embrace play as a practice, asking your child to be curious about how they express themselves.
For example, how does an ogre move their body?
How does a fairy use their voice?
How does a puppy show it is happy?
Through a theatrical lens and vocabulary, your child will discover how they can use their voice and body to elevate the ways in which they interact with the world. They will explore the endless means of expression, build their individual confidence, and sharpen their listening skills, all while having a blast.
The only requirement is a lively imagination!
Why You'll Love This Play-Date
It will build your child's confidence and sharpen their listening skills
Meet the Artist
Amanda Harris is a senior Acting major at Boston University, and calls both Boston, MA and New Jersey her home. She recently returned to America from studying with with Kristin Linklater in Orkney, Scotland, and Classical Voice and Italian language in Italy.
As an actress, her favorite roles include Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz) with Create.Inspire.Change Theatre, The Dreamer/Butterfly (InMotion's: Sunlight Interior), Kim MacAfee (Bye Bye Birdie) at Priscilla Beach Theatre and Louisa von Trapp (The Sound of Music) at Paper Mill Playhouse.
As a teacher, she has worked at BU's Summer Theatre Institute for high school students, and interned at North Star Academy in Newark, NJ. These experiences have honed her passion for working with children, empowering them to discover and feel excited about their own capabilities. Born with hip dysplasia herself, she has found theatre to be the most empowering outlet for self-expression, stepping into her own confidence, and pushing through her limitations.Leave A Message
What You'll Need
- Computer, tablet or smartphone with a stable internet connection. Video and sound on.
- Lively imagination!
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