Imagineering PreSchool

Ages 3.5-5                                               Starts Oct 11, 2017                Wednesdays 4:15-5pm   

Imagineering PreSchool is a program designed to introduce the youngest group of thespians to the stage and performance.  By playing theater games, learning songs, and experimenting with body movement,students begin the process of becoming confident with themselves and learning the the art and fun of following directions. Students receive complimentary tickets to the featured workshop show.

"THE CHEESE STANDS ALONE" (MINI MUSICAL)There's trouble brewing in the farmer's dell when Cheesy tries to befriend Mister Rat, who has a different agenda in mind. Cheesy is feeling quite blue until Gouda, Limburger and the rest of the “Cheeses of the World” come to town to cheer Cheesy up. Discover the true meaning of friendship and believing in yourself with this delightful 20-minute musical for primary grades. Features include 5 original songs in a variety of musical styles, a clever script with easy rhyming lines, and choreography!

IM PreSchool Schedule: Winter 2018 "The Cheese Stands Alone" 

 

 
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Imagineering Primary

Ages 5-8                                                 Starts Oct 11, 2017                 Wednesdays 5-6pm

Imagineering Primary is an introductory course that teaches the basics of theatre, stage movement, and voice, through theatre games, music, and dance. Students are encouraged to be creative, confident, self-starters, leaders, and attentive to detail.  Ages 5-7 learn choreography are incorporated into selections from the featured workshop show.

"THE CHEESE STANDS ALONE" (MINI MUSICAL)There's trouble brewing in the farmer's dell when Cheesy tries to befriend Mister Rat, who has a different agenda in mind. Cheesy is feeling quite blue until Gouda, Limburger and the rest of the “Cheeses of the World” come to town to cheer Cheesy up. Discover the true meaning of friendship and believing in yourself with this delightful 20-minute musical for primary grades. Features include 5 original songs in a variety of musical styles, a clever script with easy rhyming lines, and choreography!

IM Primary Schedule: Winter 2018 "The Cheese Stands Alone"

 
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CenterStage Act I

Ages 8-13                                                 Starts Oct 11, 2017                       Mon/Wed 4-6:00pm

CenterStage Act I is an acting and musical theatre workshop that introduces students to the basics of theatre. i.e. stage voice and movement, posturing, improvisation, creating character, and theatre etiquette. Students are incorporated into the ensemble of the featured workshop show, learn selections of choreography and music. Students learn the importance of teamwork, diligence, and focus, while gaining self-confidence through success.

This adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic story in which Boy and Grandmother defeat the Grand High Witch and her followers is a total delight. With opportunities for illusion and inventive puppetry GRP’s acting students delve into this challenging project, telling the age-old tale of good versus evil. 7pm & 2:30pm, Memorial Hall, 198 Main Street, Monson, MA … Registration for this program begins mid July online. Ages 3.5-18

CS Act I Schedule: Fall 2017

 
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CenterStage Act II

Ages 13-18                                                    Starts Oct 10, 2017                              Tues/Thurs 3:45-6:00pm

CenterStage Act II is an acting and musical theatre workshop that introduces students to an intermediate level of theatre. i.e. stage voice and movement, scene work,  improvisation, creating character, and theatre etiquette. Students are incorporated into the ensemble of the featured workshop show, learning large selections of choreography and music. Some students may carry small roles or be chosen to understudy. Students learn the importance of teamwork, diligence, self reliance, work ethic, and focus, while gaining self-confidence through success. CS Act II students have the same schedule as the Kids Tour students but they do not go on the actual tour date. They perform in the 2 final public shows only. 

This adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic story in which Boy and Grandmother defeat the Grand High Witch and her followers is a total delight. With opportunities for illusion and inventive puppetry GRP’s acting students delve into this challenging project, telling the age-old tale of good versus evil. 7pm & 2:30pm, Memorial Hall, 198 Main Street, Monson, MA … Registration for this program begins mid July online. Ages 3.5-18

CS ACT II SCHEDULE: FALL 2017

 
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Kids Tour

Ages 12-College By Audition Only            Starts Oct 2, 2017                            Tues/Thurs 3:45-6pm

Kids Tour is GRP's professional kids acting troupe.  Students delve deeper into the theatre experience, challenging themselves in the development of stage voice, movement, and character development.  Students should already have an understanding of basic theatre skills, GRP expectations, and etiquette to support their role as a "team-member" in the chosen production. Helping to produce and act in a theatre production, students gain a well-rounded theater education.

This adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic story in which Boy and Grandmother defeat the Grand High Witch and her followers is a total delight. With opportunities for illusion and inventive puppetry GRP’s acting students delve into this challenging project, telling the age-old tale of good versus evil. 7pm & 2:30pm, Memorial Hall, 198 Main Street, Monson, MA … Registration for this program begins mid July online. Ages 3.5-18

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KT SCHEDULE: FALL 2018

 
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Internships

High School-College                                      Rolling Application

GRP interns are introduced to a wide variety of theatre production jobs while concentrating on a specific area.  Interns are hands-on with production teams, the public, students, and volunteers.  Learning the value of diligence, teamwork, work ethic, and timeliness Interns emerge with a global understanding of the designated concentration and the theatre production process.   Internship Descriptions

 
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Improv

Adult/Teen

Improvisation, or improv, is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment. Often improvisers will take a suggestion from the audience, or draw on some other source of inspiration to get started. Improv is unique in that if you see a performance, that’s it… there will never be another show exactly like it ever done again. Improv is different every time. It is spontaneous, entertaining, and fun. But like all great things, you have to do it yourself to fully experience and appreciate it. Currently offered at PHCC. Join their Facebook.