Middle school

Fri, 03/20/2015 6:00pm

About the event

Playwrights Theatre will present the 2015 Newark Writers Festival. Selected works from Playwrights’ twenty-plus writing residencies will be featured in an evening of readings and performances, including works from Newark schools, the John F. Kennedy school, and Senior Citizens Programs in Newark. Pieces will be performed by professional actors and musicians from Newark and beyond, as well as student performers from the Newark Schools.

Where
One Center Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Ticket informationFree
Reserve by phone: 973-514-1787

Inspired by the classic Victor Hugo novel and the only stage collaboration between two giants
of American musical theater. Music by Alan Menken (Disney's The Little Mermaid, Beauty
and the Beast, Newsies, Little Shop of Horrors), lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked,
Godspell, Pippin). An intimate retelling of the famous love story, with a lush, emotionally
rich score and a production that will leave you inspired. Not recommended for children under
the age of 12.

Inside Story is a 20 minute pre-show event presented 45 minutes before every performance
in McCarter's Theatre Series. On Saturday matinees of Ken Ludwig's Baskerville: A Sherlock
Holmes Mystery, theatre-goers may chose between a traditional "Inside Story" talk, and a 20-
minute interactive, family-friendly workshop to prepare and inspire young audience
members before they experience the play.

Sun, 03/15/2015 4:30

About the event

Join us for an on-stage interview with celebrated and internationally acclaimed comedic
playwright Ken Ludwig, directly following the March 15 Matinee of the world-premiere
production of BASKERVILLE: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery at McCarter Theatre.
Ken, known for his many Broadway hits including Lend me a Tenor, will engage in a
moderated discussion and Q&A about his specific approach to putting Arthur Conan-Doyle’s
legendary sleuth and his equally memorable sidekick on the stage, and his life and adventures
in theatre.
This discussion is free and open to the public. No reservation required. We encourage you to
join us regardless of when you plan to attend BASKERVILLE.
Tickets for the March 15th performance available at www.mccarter.org. Play is recommended
for ages 11 and above.
Discussion recommended for ages 15 and above.

Where
91 University Place
Princeton, NJ 08540
Ticket informationFree

Cape May Stage offers students ages 2nd-6th grade a chance to explore the theatrical process
through masks, movement, and music. Students will have the opportunity to create a
character and construct a mask using an assortment of art supplies. Students will move to a
variety of musical styles and discover how the music and the movements can change the
personality of their character. A Teaching Artist will discuss character choices with the
students and explore their decisions. The students will each be given one minute to perform

Sat, 03/21/2015 10:00am

About the event

Students will sample a variety of classes, from acting to improv to voice to dance in this
introduction to Dreamcatcher's Summer Theatre Conservatory. The workshop is open to
students aged 10-17.

Where
Oakes Center
120 Morris Avenue
Summit, NJ 07901
Ticket informationFree-registration required
Reserve by phone: 908-514-9654

Students will sample a variety of classes, from acting to improv to voice to dance in this
introduction to Dreamcatcher's Summer Theatre Conservatory. The workshop is open to
students aged 10-17.

Sat, 03/14/2015 10:00am

About the event

See what a typical day at The Garage Theatre Group Summer Camp is like! Acting, Voice and
Movement. GTG's summer program us designed to spark a lifelong appreciation of theatre
by encouraging young people to participate in all aspects of play production. GTG enables
youth to develop their voice, bodies and imaginations; develop the skills needed to enjoy
performing and develop self confidence to explore their creative possibilities. For ages 8 - 17

Where
Becton Theatre at Farleigh Dickinson University
960 River Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Ticket informationFree
reserve by email: gtgshowtime@gmail.com
Additional reservation information:
Please bring bagged lunch.

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's teaching artists will help students begin to discover how a piece of Stage Combat is created. Focusing primarily on safety and storytelling, participating students will be given an opportunity to learn some basic "hand to hand" stage combat techniques. Hopefully this fun, fast paced workshop will give students a glimpse into the hard work and training that goes into creating the realistic illusions of violence they see on stage.

 
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