We started our Halloween arts workshop with an icebreaker where we all shared our costumes! We had princesses, deer, angels, and lots of other fun costumes! Then we did an improv game where we went around and shouted out a Halloween word, like zombie or werewolf, and everyone posed like that word. We built up to a harder version of...
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Bela taught our Acting workshop this week! We started introducing ourselves with the question of the day if you could live anywhere, where would you live? The we started playing a variety of acting improv games. We first started with one line stories where each participant went around and added one sentence to link together a story. Then we played...
We started off our ballet workshop with introductions where we shared our names and favorite fruits. Then, Emily taught us the five basic ballet positions. Once we practiced a few times, we played Simon Says with the different ballet positions. Then, we learned how to do plies and relevés with a bar and put together a short routine with music....