With script in hand (no memorization), We will be looking at Abbott and Costello's baseball classic, "Who's on First?", the touching disabled boy who asks, "Dad, do you think they'll let me play?" Ann Landers' worldwide demanding letters asking how to hang the toilet paper over or under, and the humor found in Shakespeare. These are fun to read and audience pleasers to perform. Students will learn how to bring meaning, expression, emotion, action to words on the printed page. Reading audio books and reading voice over training for anticipated employment as well as for future auditions and performances. Reading in rehearsals will enable students to be comfortable reading a script, telling a story and pleasing the listeners, resulting in a fun non-threatening way to build confidence and self- esteem.
Taught by an experienced world performer, writer and director who began effective interpretation at age three in Sandy, Utah. Her latest book, All About Me was just published featuring the cover drawn by a Park Lane student.