A Complete aMuse Journey with StageOne Family Theatre
Date & Time
Noon to 3:15
Sponsored by: StageOne Family Theatre
Who should attend: Girl Scout Juniors
Join StageOne Family Theatre for this tailored aMuse journey in a four-part dramatic workshop. Bring your aMuse workbooks and follow along as we activate the different roles we take on in our community, and illuminate our understanding of the actor tools: body, voice, and imagination. Each day of the workshop will explore how to reachout and speakout through storytelling to make positive changes in our community. The final day of the workshop will include a trip to StageOne Family Theatre’s performance of Jackie and Me. After the performance, Girl Scouts will have an opportunity to participate in a post-show discussion with the cast and crew. This experience will fulfill the aMuse journey requirements, allow participants an opportunity to explore their roles as actors, and offer examples of how theatre and storytelling can serve as a platform for community change.
There are 4 workshops available for the aMuse Journey. Girls may attend one or all of the. They must register and pay individually for each workshop.
Workshop 1 - January 19th - $15.00 / Girl
Workshop 2 - February 2nd - $15.00 / Girl
Workshop 3 - February 16th - $15.00 / Girl
Workshop 4 - February 23rd - $25.00 / Person (includes ticket to Jackie and Me.
This workshop concentrates on the more advanced stages of partner work. We will take scenes from the show they will see, Jackie and Me and rehearse character choices. This work will lead into an open conversation about stereo-types.
We will be at the Louisville/Metro PLC from Noon to 1:00 and drive to StageOne from 2:00 to 3:15 for the show. Girls must be transported by Girl Scout Adults for this event.
Registration Deadline - February 15th
Registration Questions - Cassandra Niece firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-413-2853
Program Questions -Janis Kidd email@example.com or 502-716-7228
- Girls develop a strong sense of self.
- Girls develop critical thinking.
- Girls promote cooperation and team building.
- Girls feel connected to their communities, locally and globally.
|Girl Registration Discounted for those attending all 4 sessions.: