Last chance. Mask Workshop is the last in the series.

This summer, PlayWorkers Youth Theatre will be running 6 workshops. Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of theatre. Each workshop is available to a variety of ages.

When: Fridays, 12-4pm. (No long weekend Fridays.)

Where: RCTC Studio, 10660 City Parkway, Surrey, BC

Cost: $20 for one session.

How to Register: email crystalweltzin@outlook.com with your child’s Name, Age

Must pay in advance to secure placement in workshop. Spots limited to 12 per class.*

*Must have at least 4 students to run a workshop.

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Mask Workshop: August 23, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19
With Steve Weller

We all wear masks, we just don’t know it. In this workshop, students will learn about neutral and character masks. What is the difference and how do they make us act differently. Steve Weller will teach students about respect for masks, discovery of characters through mask and how to bring those characters to life.

Monologue Workshop: August 9, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19
With Crystal Weltzin

Monologues are a whole play and performance within themselves. No other actors on stage to help or hinder you, monologues are all about the only performer onstage. How do you take the space and hold an audience’s attention. Going back to the basics, students will learn about presence, objectives basic acting skills and how to apply it into a monologue.

Dancing for Beginners: August 16, 12-4pm, Ages 10-19
With Ellie King and Crystal Weltzin

Dancing for Beginners is a great workshop for anyone who have never danced before or who are nervous about dancing onstage. Learn basic musical theatre moves that are essential to dance, and maybe a little bit more. Ellie King, trained in dance and drama, will be teaching you how to confidently move your feet and body so dancing becomes a little easier with every step. Her trusty dance captain, Crystal Weltzin, will be there to assist and help anyone who needs just a little more one-on-one.

Performance Design: July 12, 12-4pm, Ages 13-19
With Crystal Weltzin

What does it take to create a good show? It’s more than just acting. It’s a beautiful, well rounded design. This workshop will focus on concept and set design, specifically looking into realism, melodrama (Commedia dell’arte), and immersive theatre. At the end of this workshop, all students will try to create their own concept around a fairy tale, thinking about new ways to tell well known stories.

Voice and Movement: July 19, 12-4pm, Ages 10+
With Crystal Weltzin

How do actors move differently for different characters? How do you change or use different parts of your voice for varying emotions on stage? In this workshop, we will explore how to warm up our voice and body professionally, as well as how to use our voice and body in new characters. By the end of this workshop, students should feel more confident in using their voice and have more ideas on how to move for different characters.

Improvisation: July 26, 12-4pm Ages 13-19
With Michael Charrois

Do you ever feel like you freeze up in stressful situations, either at work or on stage? Have ideas but are nervous to share them? Improvisation is a great skill to have both onstage and off. Start learning to how to open your mind to new ideas, roll with the punches and bring your creative thoughts to the table. After this workshop, led by the incredible Michael Charrois, you should feel more open to give and take ideas and step into new situations.