Theatre

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Cultural Arts Supervisor, Kyle Donahue
Cultural Arts Coordinator, Amy Braheny


About The Program: Our Drama classes help students develop self-confidence and the ability to express themselves to an audience.  Students will explore role-playing through a variety of different tools including, but not limited to, improv games, vocal and physical warm-up techniques, character exploration, scene development and more.  Class emphasis is on controlling the voice and body to display emotions and utilize the senses.  Our drama instructors are professional educators and actors.  Our mission is to advocate artistic excellence through creativity and self-expression.


 

Drama & Music Classes


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Based on the Broadway hit, follow the timeless tale about a boy who won’t grow up.  Peter Pan comes to visit the Darling Family and whisks them away to Neverland.  Their journey introduces them to the Lost Boys, the Brave Girls, and pirates.  When Wendy is taken captive by Captain Hook, Peter and the others set out to trick the sinister pirate.  This is fun, magical ride with memorable and toe-tapping tunes that are perfect for the whole family!

AUDITIONS

Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 6pm

Administration Center

Ages 6-18

Those planning to audition should prepare a short song a cappella (without accompaniment). Cast list will be posted online by Oct. 25 and registration fee is due after auditions. Costumes will be discussed during rehearsal and must be purchased or acquired by participants.

PERFORMANCES
Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 the day of the show, and can be purchased online or at any park district desk beginning Nov. 1.  Advance sales close at midnight the day before the performance.  Additional tickets will be available the day of the performance, while supplies last.

Saturday, Dec. 7 at 2pm
Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2pm

Administration Center - Lower Level
410 N. Arlington Heights Road;