Classes ages 4-6

Imitating the Masters

Imitating the Masters Utilizing collaging, painting, cut outs and other age-appropriate art techniques, students will learn about Art History’s most renowned artists by re-creating all or a portion of a famous work of art (a different one each week).  Children will also chart the location of the original piece on a map, tape its actual …

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Dancing Through the Ages

Dancing Through the Ages Every decade has it’s own popular dance moves.  In the 1950’s it was “The Stroll” and “The Hand Jive” in the 1960’s “The Freddie” and “The Loco-motion” were popular and, later on in the 20th Century, people were doing the “Electric Slide” and the “Macarena.” In Dancing Through the Ages, students …

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Ten Minute Plays

Ten Minute Plays Did you know that there are hundreds of great plays that are only 10 minutes long?! If you’re looking for a short-term, low-maintenance activity that will still provide an authentic theater experience for your child, this class is for you! Plays will be selected based upon the number and ages of the …

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Theater Production

Theater Production There is no better way to create, collaborate, learn and grow in the theater than taking part in a full-scale production. There are so many varieties of plays available for all ages and the Experiments in Theater team can find a project that will fit your community’s needs, talents and budget. In addition …

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Picture-Book Theater

Picture-Book Theater Acting is one of many of expressive language experiences that support reading and literacy. In Picture-book Theater, participants work together to put a popular children’s story on its feet. Participants will learn about pantomime, emotional expression and develop vocal and physical awareness using a popular children’s book as a source of inspiration. Each …

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Broadway Babies

Broadway Babies Performing supports social/emotional development by building confidence and supporting individual expression. In this fun musical theater class for preschoolers, students will learn several vocal selections from a popular Broadway musical and then practice singing and staging the songs. Proper singing techniques will be taught and practice materials will be provided. This class includes …

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