(for students going into 9th thru 12th grades in Sept.’17)
High School Intensives Full Day -Take 1, 2, or 3 weeks!
Our High School Intensives are for students who want an in-depth look at the many components that come together to create theater. While each week has a different focus, ensemble building and exploration of artistry is a constant theme. Students can choose between one, two and three weeks of intensive workshops that allow them to try out numerous performance and production techniques, led and taught by top theater professionals. Activities are structured both for young people who return to our theater camp year after year, and for those who are attending for the first time.
Please note: New and returning teaching artists + new and returning students = a unique opportunity for young people interested in all different aspects of theater. The “master class” structure of these three weeks invites young people with all levels of experience.
A 10% discount will be added if you sign up for all three weeks. Three Week Total is $1,282.50.
WEEK 1 – Mon. July 10 – Fri. July 14 9am-4pm $475
Musical Theater Intensive
Experience the art of collaboration that goes into musical theater creation and performance. Spend a week training with vocal coaches, taking master classes in choreography, dance, acting a song, choosing audition material, audition technique, and more.
Teaching Artist Update: 2017 Musical Theater lineup will include Acting a Song and Audition Technique with Jane Bruce (who just played Sara Stewart Ellis in TRT’s The Ballad of Little Jo), Dance with Michael Baldwin, Write a Song in 3 Hours with Alex Sage Oyen, Dance Audition with Paul Castree (from TRT’s A Funny Thing…Forum), Rock Musical Techniques with Perry Sherman (from TRT’s The Ballad of Little Jo), and more…
WEEK 2 – Mon. July 17 – Fri. July 21 9am-4pm $475
Our most versatile high school program: we will choose from a smorgasbord of subjects, depending on the theater professionals we hire. Master classes may include up to eight of the following topics: stage combat, commedia, playwriting, set design, physical theater, mask work, puppetry, creating solo work, directing, devising theater, improvisation, costume design, and stage management. By the end of this week students will have experienced a variety of key elements in the world of theater, and will have worked with some of the most talented teaching artists in today’s professional theater world.
Teaching Artist Update: 2017 Theater Inside/Out lineup will include Stage Combat with Eric William Morris (Jordan in TRT’s The Ballad of Little Jo), Stage Makeup: Blood, Bruises, and Little Old Ladies with Sean Quinn, Comedy Improv and Writing with Kate James (Second City), Playwriting with Alysia Souder, Directing with Sara Holdren (director for next season’s A Little Shakespeare), Costume Design with Lesley Sorenson, and more…
WEEK 3 – Mon. July 24 – Fri. July 28 9am-4pm $475
Two River Theater employs the country’s top artists both on and behind our stages who perform and design a range of classical and contemporary work. This week students will train alongside classical artists to bring Shakespeare’s text to life. Master classes will include vocal and movement training, the ins-and-outs of prose and verse, dramatic and comedic scene work, and character development. Learn Shakespeare the way it was intended - through performance!
Teaching Artist Update: 2017 Shakespeare lineup will include Clowning in Shakespeare with Kirk McGee, Sara Holdren (director for next season’s A Little Shakespeare at TRT), Gus Heagerty, David Ledoux, Stage Combat, and more…
Photos by Scott L. Friedman.