September 11: Check your calendar and register now for DIRECTED REVELATIONS, a directing workshop with Artistic Director, Ki Gottberg
This class is officially at capacity. At this time we're creating a waiting list for those of you who are still interested. If you are, please email your name and phone number to our Executive Director, Missi Smith, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 997-7529 and leave your name and number via our voice mail.
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Directed Revelations is a four hour workshop for anyone and everyone interested in digging into a theater script for fun, acting, or enlightenment. Join us in an engaging workshop for directors, actors, teachers, or writers of spoken word performance. DIRECTED REVELATIONS is for anyone interested in learning how directors approach scripts and make interpretive decisions that audiences see onstage.
Sunday, September 11
Call 997-7529 or Email Missi to register now!
Learn what it takes to direct a reading or fully-produced play. Enhance your teaching with valuable information on how directors approach text. Learn what a director might be considering for you, the actor...Instruction will include how to:
All of these skills, and more, will be addressed in DIRECTED REVELATIONS. Come enjoy the discussion, exercises, and put your own ideas into the mix. Participants will read material that will be sent to you upon registration. No experience necessary. Class size is limited due to the nature of the work. Register now!
Musical Theater Camp focuses on theater performance with training in acting, singing, and dancing. Campers also learn backstage fundamentals such as set building and costuming. Join us for a fun, active, and exciting week in which campers will all receive a part in Disney’s The Jungle Book, Kids while polishing their skills for two performances at the end of the week.
This camp is great for all ages, 8 and up. It's an active and creative week which requires no previous experience. Campers will participate in auditions at the beginning of the week for casting purposes and to develop stronger audition skills, but everyone gets a part in the final production. This camp is an excellent way to prepare for future auditions and productions at The Merc and it provides experience in creating and rehearsing a fully-staged show. It brings together the many moving pieces of a short musical production in a fun-filled week that is sure to keep students entertained!
This is Megan's fourth summer with the Merc Playhouse and she is very excited to be returning for another fun summer camp! Megan is a director, choreographer, and actor from the Puget Sound area and teaches junior high Drama and English. She played Lucy in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown at the Merc in 2011 and looks forward to seeing you either as an actor in this year's summer camp or at the performance!
Originally from, Auburn, WA, Kathryn Stahl has worked as an actor and director for several theatre companies in the south Puget Sound area. She has spent the past two years in Nebraska, working for The Omaha Children's Theater Company at The Rose as an actor, director and teaching artist, focusing on students from at risk middle schools, students on the autism spectrum and other diverse populations. She is currently earning her MFA in Acting at Michigan State University. In 2010, Kathryn earned her BFA in Performance Theatre from Central Washington University. In 2012 she ventured back to school and earned her Teaching Theatre K-12 certificate. Kathryn was named as one of the Top 10 Student Teachers of the year from Central Washington University! When not acting, Kathryn has a passion for teaching, devising and working with students with special needs.Cost is $275. A $75, non-refundable deposit is due at registration.
Upload a registration form here. Call 509.997.7529 for more information or email Missi.