The critically-acclaimed 6th Street Playhouse’s Apprentice Company will create an original play with themes that serve the Latino community. Participants will explore their personal and family stories, the Latino history of Sonoma County, the myths of their heritage, and the forces at play in their own lives as young Latino-Americans. Bilingualism will be an important part of the process and final performance.
Internationally renowned Teatro artists, James Donlon and Alina Ceñal, will teach Teatro Techniques - acting, voice, movement, mask, mime, music, and physical comedy as related to Latino theatre and acting and create with the Apprentice Company an original piece of theatre together that will:
• Address social justice issues facing our Latino community.
• Inspire audiences to social action.
• Illuminate specific points about social problems.
• Satirize the opposition.
• Show or hint at a solution.
• Express how people are feeling.
REHEARSALS/CLASS MEETINGS: MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 4:00PM – 6:30PM AND SATURDAYS 10AM – 1PM, OCTOBER 2 – NOVEMBER 16, 2017
PERFORMANCES: FRIDAY, NOV. 17 @7:30 PM/SATURDAY, NOV. 18 @ 2 PM & 7:30PM/SUNDAY, NOV. 19 @ 2PM In the STUDIO THEATRE!
REGISTRATION INFO: (707) 523-4185 ext. 122 -OR- WWW.6THSTREETPLAYHOUSE.COM/EDUCATION
(707)523-4185 ext.122 (message box only)
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