2018 Children's Theatre Workshop registration

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 0 Comments

2018 Children's Theatre Workshop registration


Registration is now open for the 2018 session of the Main Street Players’ Children’s Theatre Workshop at the Main Street Playhouse located at 6766 Main Street. This year, one session will be held for children from 7 to 13 years of age from Monday, June 11 through Friday, June 29. 

The three-week workshop will be taught by Jeannette Martos-Galup. Students will develop their performance skills, learn the value of working as an ensemble and will, most importantly, have fun. During the first week, students will be working on writing and acting in their own original plays, puppet making through character development, the history of masks in theatre and construction of masks, scenic painting and of course acting.

Daily classes and rehearsals will be filled with movement, acting and exploration through the imagination as the students come together to perform a spectacular final performance of “The Lion King” for kids for their families on the final Friday of the session.

Classes run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be limited to 20 students. The cost for the three week workshop is $625 per student with a ten percent discount available to returning students from the 2017 workshop who register before the open registration deadline of April 1.

To register, download and fill out the form found at www.mainstreetplayers.com/childrens-theater. Submit the form with a $100 deposit by mail or in person at: Children’s Theatre Workshop 2018, Main Street Players, 6766 Main Street, Miami Lakes, Florida 33014. Checks are accepted and should be made out to Main Street Players. Final payments are due on the first day of camp.

Last year’s camp was very popular and filled very quickly. All applicants are urged to register early. For more information contact the Camp coordinator, Dennis Lyzniak, at 786-395-7296 or visit mainstreetplayers.com.  



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