[Capdist-announce] C.A.S.T Summer Sessions is announcing a new class! (Fee-based program)

Robert Rice riceyboy at gmail.com
Sun Jun 27 10:51:46 EDT 2010

(Creative Arts at Steamer Ten)*

> * Summer Showcase Series*
> This summer, our hugely popular Summer Showcase series will return! This
> is a series of independent, week-long programs for children ages
> 8-18. Our week-long sessions will explore acting, singing, and dancing under
> the supervision of our team of professional instructors. Each of our
> sessions will culminate in a showcase presentation on the final day of the
> program. No experience is necessary!
> There are internship opportunities for high school and college students!
> Please check out our website <http://steamer10theatre.org/> for more
> information! Please send all of your inquiries to
> CAST at steamer10theatre.org.
> *Session Dates
> *There are six week-long programs, and their dates are as follows:
> *Session 1 – Broadway Bound I:               *July 5-9           *(FULL!)*
> *Session 2 – Broadway Bound II*:             *July 12-16      *(Only a few
> spots left!)*
> *Session 3 – Week Off*                                July 19-23
> *Session 4 – Video (NEW!)                         *July 25-29
> *Session 5 – Hooray for **Hollywood** I:       *August 2-6
> *Session 6 – Hooray for Hollywood** II*:    *August 9-13
> *Part I not a prerequisite for Part II
> *Broadway Bound:* In the first two sessions, student actors learn musical
> and dance numbers, and famous scenes from hit Broadway Musicals.   Each week
> explores different scenes, songs and choreography that have made Broadway
> great! *
> *
> ***Session 1 is FULL, and Session 2 is close to capacity! Hurry and sign
> up before it's too late!*
> *Hooray for Hollywood*: In final sessions, student actors explore some of
> Hollywood’s most well known musicals, bringing the big screen to life on
> stage. Each week explores different scenes, songs, and choreography that
> bring Hollywood to your own backyard!
> *Video: *Ever want to act in a movie or on TV? Ever want to shoot a movie
> of your own? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, then this
> is the class for you! In this week, students will learn the ins-and-outs of
> working with video - on camera and off. This week will explore acting,
> creating a storyboard, making a music video, and more!
> *Program Schedule & Fees*
> *Basic Program:* Each session has the same schedule throughout the week:
> Monday through Friday, 9 am – 2 pm. There will be a showcase held at 2 pm on
> the Friday of each session wherein the students will present the pieces that
> they have worked on.
> *Tuition:* The fee for each session is $150. A non-refundable $50 deposit
> is due for each student at registration for each session.
> *Extended Program Options:* Students participating in extended program
> hours will work on additional showcase material to be presented at the end
> of the week. Extended program segments are contingent on sufficient
> enrollment. Rates and hours are as described below.
> Early Drop Off: 8-9 am Monday-Friday-- $75
> Late Pick-Up: 2-5 pm Monday-Thursday-- $100
> After-Hours: 5-6 pm Monday-Thursday-- $50
> *Registration/Information
> *Simply mail us an enrollment form along with a check made payable to
> Steamer No. 10 Theatre for the appropriate amount.
> Click here for an enrollment form for our 2010 Summer Showcase Series.<http://www.steamer10theatre.org/Pages/CAST/CAST%20Summer%202010%20Application.pdf>
> For more information, write to CAST at steamer10theatre.org<CAST at steamer10theatre.org?subject=2010+Summer+Sessions>
> .
> *The Instructors*
> *Director/Choreographer Suzie Dunn* has been a Dance and Drama instructor
> for over 10 years. With a dual major in Elementary Education and Theater,
> she taught acting and dance at the Oakland Gardens School for the Arts in
> Queens, NY, directing over 40 stage productions and 7 full scale musicals.
> She has trained in NYC with the Broadway Theater Institute, The People's
> Improv Theater, The Judith Shakespeare Company and with Ms. Anne Pearlstine
> for vocals. Now living in Albany, she is happy to be a part of The Steamer
> 10 Theater Company.
> *Musical Director Robert Rice* has been studying music for over 15 years.
> He studied piano with Mrs. Dolores Steeley and studied voice at Eastman
> School of Music. He has also participated in numerous choirs, chamber
> groups, and musical theater productions throughout High School and College.
> He spent two years in Japan teaching and putting together small English
> musical productions with his students. He most recently musically directed
> *Seussical* and *The Wizard of Oz* for the C.A.S.T. program.
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