Acting - Youth Workshop
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This acting workshop is built on the basics of stage acting.
• Properly warming up the body and voice
• Building confidence in moving/using your body (mirror game, moving through space)
•Projection (speaking and singing)
Natalie Ealum, Instructor
Natalie Ealum is a recent graduate of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts where she studied Musical Theatre. She will be attending Jacksonville University, and working towards her BFA in Musical Theatre and Music Education. Natalie has been a part of many vocal ensembles and activities both in and out of school including being a member of DA’s top Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Silhouettes, along with her advanced studies in Music Theatre. Throughout Natalie’s time at DA she has had the privilege of being a part of RENT The Musical and A Chorus Line as Maggie. Natatlie herself has participated in many summer camps and drama programs at local community theatres. She has been a vounteer at Blue Fire for three years. Natalie has been training and performing for over 8 years. She plans to continue her career in the arts through performing and becoming an educator in music and theatre. We are excited to welcome Natalie to the roster of our esteem instructors.
This workshop is a part of our Project Centre Stage program.
At Blue Fire Theatre (BFT), our mission is:
To enrich and contribute to our community through the performing arts.
Part of our contribution is Arts Education.
We are committed to offering performing arts educational opportunities for all area youths. Project Center Stage, funded in part with a grant from Rayonier, and Arts and Culture Nassau will bring performing arts education to any interested youth 7- 18 years old on a pay what you wish donation basis. There will be no set fee for the program. There is a suggested donation of $5.00. Each family will register online and be able to pay what they can afford. This program will give any young person, regardless of their ability to pay, race, creed, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, and physical abilities the opportunity to learn more about all aspects of theatre.
Project Centre Stage is planned as workshops focusing on different aspects of the performing arts. Instructors will teach, acting, improv, vocal techniques, musical theatre, movement, production (lights, sound etc..) and a variety of theatre exercises. The program is planned to take place several times a year.
Blue Fire Theatre is opening the arts, via workshops, to any area youth interested in participating. By setting the registration fee on a pay what you wish donation basis, it allows anyone ages 7-18 years old the opportunity to participate regardless of ability to pay. Blue Fire Theatre is a 501(c)3 nonprofit volunteer organization, registered with the State of Florida.