Federal Way Community Center holding theatre classes

  • Tuesday, September 5, 2017 2:31pm
  • Life

Rosebud Theatre is offering classes this fall at the Federal Way Community Center. Classes being offered consist of singing, acting, being on camera and technical theater.

Students will learn film terminology, and techniques on how to effectively be on camera will be introduced. Students will be given a copy to read on camera and be able to view their work afterwards. All classes are taught by Rosebud Children’s Theatre Artistic Director Holly Rose.

On Camera is from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. starting Sept. 11. This class is held every Monday for ten weeks at the Community Center until Nov. 13. It costs $95 to become a student, and is offered for people ages 12 and up.

A Technical Theatre class is being offered to ages 15 and higher, where the students will be taught the necessary elements required to create a theater production. This includes things like stage management, lighting, sound, sets costumes, props, run crew and many more.

Technical Theater is held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. starting Sept. 11 at the Community Center. The classes run every Monday until Nov. 13. It is a $105 fee, as well as a $25 material fee paid to the instructor.

Acting for the Stage is a class to help develop your acting and public speaking skills. All skill levels are welcome. This course is for children ages nine to 15. They will work on scenes and monologues to learn how to communicate effectively on stage. There will be a free performance on the last day of class.

Acting for the Stage is from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. starting Sept. 14 and going until Nov. 16. Classes will take place every Thursday at the Community Center. There is a $95 fee to join.

The final class offered by Rosebud Theatre is Singing for the Stage. Musical Theater songs will be taught as a group ensemble with the featured soloist opportunities in as many numbers as possible. Choreography will be added as well to make it a real musical review. There will be a free performance on the last day of class. It is for children ages nine to 15.

Singing for the Stage is from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 ,and is held every Thursday for ten weeks until Nov. 16. There is a $95 fee plus a $10 material fee which is paid to the instructor.

To sign up for any of these classes, go to parks.cityoffederalway.com/Recreation/Activities/ActivitiesAdvSearch.asp.

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