Monthly Archives: February 2014

K-5 Oz Rehearsal Update #2 2/24

This Week’s Schedule: Tuesday 2/25 Emerald Cast Ozian Ensemble Munchkin Ensemble Little Munchkin Ensemble Leads and Dancers 4:00-5:15 Dance Jitterbug   5:15-6:30 Theatre Ed: Listening/Observation       4:00-4:45 Vocals “Optimistic Voices” and “Munchkin Sequence”   4:45-5:30 Block “Optimistic Voices” … Continue reading

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Jr. High Rehearsal Update #2 2/24

This Week’s Schedule: Thursday 2/27 Ozian Ensemble Munchkin Ensemble Leads and Dancers 4:00-4:30 Vocals “Jitterbug”   4:30-6:30 Dance “Jitterbug”     4:00-4:45 Block “Optimistic Voices”   4:45-5:30 Vocals “Optimistic Voices”   5:30-6:30 Block Scene 10   4:00-4:30 Dorothy, Tinman, Scarecrow, … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Build a Habit of Responsibility through Theatre Arts

1. Create developmentally appropriate goals that require children of all ages to practice responsibility At Rehearsal: At the beginning of every rehearsal process, I clearly communicate my expectations to my students.  And I cater my expectations to each age group.  … Continue reading

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Jr. High Oz Update #1 2/17

This Week’s Schedule: Thursday 2/20   Ozian Ensemble Munchkin Ensemble Leads and Dancers 4:00-5:00 Block “Winkie March” and Scenes   5:00-5:45 Vocals “Merry Old Land”   5:45-6:30 Peer Led Dance Review 4:00-5:45 Dance Munchkin Sequence   5:45-6:30 Vocals “Munchkin Sequence” … Continue reading

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K-5 Oz Update #1 2/17

This Week’s Schedule: Tuesday 2/18 Emerald Cast Ozian Ensemble Munchkin Ensemble Little Munchkin Ensemble Leads and Dancers 4:00-5:00 Block “Winkie March” and scenes   5:00-5:30 Theatre Ed: Theatre Etiquette   5:30-6:00 Vocals “Merry old Land”   6:00-6:30 Theatre Ed: Vocal … Continue reading

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5 Questions To Ask Your Child After Auditions

Yesterday we had 90 students grades K-5 audition for our production of Wizard of Oz.  90.  That’s an exciting number.  Mostly, it’s exciting because that means 90 kids had the opportunity to learn from the audition process, to grow in … Continue reading

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