Second Chance Theatre Camp
Were you a high school performer? Did you ever have aspirations to be in the limelight? Have you wanted to experience the life of an actor?
Second Chance Theatre Camp is your opportunity to learn more about acting and experience some of the processes that actors go through. Participants will learn physical and vocal warm-ups, memorize lines, master stage directions, rehearse scenes, and present a final performance for family and friends. This camp designed for adult beginners as well as those who wish to polish their skills and will prove you are never to old to learn something new!
Classes are on Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11 a.m. beginning June 21. The session will last seven weeks which includes a one-week break for Independence Day. For ages 30 to 101.
Instructor: Lisa Horohoe
Lisa Horohoe served as the Theatre Director at Howard Middle School Academy of Arts for six years during which she directed multiple productions and lead the Jr. Thespian program. Before joining the faculty at Howard, Ms. Horohoe worked at Orlando Shakespeare Theatre as the Theater for Young Audience Coordinator; creating interactive theatre-based school programs and workshops, directing children’s summer theater productions as well as teaching a wide range of youth and adult acting classes. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting and Directing from Montclair State University. In addition, she received film and commercial training at Weist Barron Academy in NYC and is a Kennedy Center certified teaching artist. In June of 2015, Ms. Horohoe was one of 30 teachers chosen from across the country to participate in the summer intensive performance program at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington DC.
Register now: $150 regular, $100 with AARP card