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The 20,000 square foot StageOne Family Theatre Production Studio on W. Ormsby has been transformed into a Production Lab, opening its doors for a first-ever Master Class in technical theatre arts for Middle and High school students.
Developed as part of the StageOne Summer DramaWorks program, this three week intensive provides extended learning opportunities for students interested in technical theatre. With much of the local training focused on acting, singing and dance, this Master Class goes behind the curtain and cultivate the skills and teamwork necessary to bring a production to life.
Whether students are seasoned in technical theatre, or have no experience but are interested in learning about theatre from a backstage perspective, this technical intensive incorporates basic theatre appreciation, scenery construction and tool safety, introduction to Stage Management, team building, communication, costume design, research & renderings, and touch on special areas of focus such as Stage Make-Up, Scene Painting, Prop Construction & Management, Lighting, and Sound.
With Instructor leadership and supervision, students will work in a daily "hands on" production lab to create the scenery, props, costumes, masks, & more for the production of Beauty & the Beast Jr.
Parents & students can see all their hard work featured in a live performance. The Technical Theatre Intensive runs July 1 through the 20th at the StageOne Family Theatre Production shop at 1001 W. Ormsby Ave. in Louisville.
The cost of the camp is $495, which includes all tools and safety equipment. StageOne Family Theatre is dedicated to producing, presenting, and developing quality, diverse and affordable entertainment and to training and mentoring local youth in the arts.