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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘theater classes’

Fun art classes for family members of all ages

The day I dropped by Scottsdale Artists’ School to observe a recent art class, it was clear that the kids making art were having fun. Some enjoyed working alone. Others liked bouncing ideas off others. Some painted scenes they imagined. Others drew subjects they’d actually seen. While a group of girls painted at side-by-side easels, several […]

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Fall theater classes for kids

Is your child the class clown? Always on the go? Fond of singing day and night? Prone to playing dress-up? Longing for a career on Broadway? It might be time for theater classes, which are being offered this fall by several Valley studios and theater companies. Here’s a sampling of theater classes, including several that […]

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From "Hunger Games" to "Origami Yoda"

Theater meets literacy as Childsplay in Tempe offers a dozen Saturday classes this spring, including several based on favorite children’s book titles. Space is limited and registration is already underway.

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Rising Youth Theatre

Lynn Trimble talks with Xanthia Walker, co-founder of a new theater group in Arizona called Rising Youth Theatre, which engages children and teens in telling their own stories in creative and powerful ways.

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Play it forward

A unique collaboration between Arizona students, an Arizona theater company and two Arizona non-profits results in two original works of theater that couple arts with activism to raise money for a pair of good causes.

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An ode to "Frog & Toad"

Who knew “A Year With Frog and Toad” could be so much fun? Sleds, kites, cookies and more. Learn about Childsplay’s latest production — and why it makes Lynn’s “top three” list.

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