Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre is excited to announce our Fall 2016 session of Acting Classes for children ages 5 to 18. We recognize a hunger for intensive and dynamic training programs for children and young adults interested in theatre arts, and look forward continuing to provide the best performing arts programming to the Colorado youth community.
ACTORS CONSERVATORY: Fall Session
Days: Saturdays, 11:00am-1:50pm (30 Classroom Hours)
2016 Winter/Spring Session: 10 Weeks, September 24 - December 10
TUITION: $575 (full payment due online, call us for payment plan options)
*no class 11/19 & 11/26
Early 2016 Session of our Actors Conservatory Class will focus on our acclaimed intensive Actors Conservatory Program, designed to foster the young actor's creative process. It is a course for those who aspire to be future professional actors. We provide Conservatory training, with focus ranging from Shakespeare to movement to vocal exercises to stage combat and more. Individual classes will examine emotional truth, process, and scale for the stage. Conservatory's purpose is to prepare young actors for being confident in their role on stage while learning how to embody their character. It is crucial to understand that those who aspire to professional status cannot grow without regular application of the above. Conservatory training is an ongoing process; its purpose is to prepare young actors for the stage, film, and TV.
We will focus on elite training for the young actor. We will mirror the exact process that one experiences when accepted into an elite university conservatory program. For ten weeks the young actor will train the body through mask and movement exercises from the Lecoq school of movement tradition, focusing on specific exercises that will catapult you to the next plateau in your work: Sea, Beach, forest, mountain, The waiting exercise, Ritual movement Life death Mask creations, and the embodiment of physical action as apposed to mechanical actions from the Stanislavsky tradition. This will also be a voice for the actor and monologue class, and each student must prepare a one minute contemporary piece and a one minute classical theatre piece from Shakespeare to be worked on throughout the ten weeks. An actor prepares is the philosophy of our organization, and one must constantly be working on one's craft. It is our mission to guide you in these formative years showing you the way of the artist, developing your ability to harness inspiration and create beautiful work.
This is an intensive Actors Conservatory Program, designed to foster the young actor's creative process. It is a course for those who aspire to be future professional actors. We provide Conservatory training, with focus ranging from Shakespeare to movement to vocal exercises to stage combat and more. Individual classes will examine emotional truth and process, and scale for the stage; its purpose is to prepare young actors for being confident in their role on stage while learning how to embody their character. It is crucial to understand that those who aspire to professional status cannot grow without regular application of the above. Conservatory training is an ongoing process; its purpose is to prepare young actors for the stage, film, and t.v. This class will focus on the growth of the actors' process by using the techniques of Meisner, Stanislavaky, Uta Hagen, and La Coque. We will be exploring both internal expression as well as physical techniques.
Conservatory has proven to be a very beneficial class for our young adult students. There are many success stories of students who have trained with Anthony Hubert, our Artistic Director, who then enter the professional world with the skills necessary for achievement as a well qualified actor in the business. Each year we choose a challenge for the students to sink their acting chops into, with a showcase in April at the end of our academic year. We find that Shakespeare as a foundation for growth in the work accelerates our students' understanding of the artistic process, propelling them to unbelievable heights in their work. This year's Conservatory Class will be special, for we have students in their tenth, ninth, eighth, seventh, sixth, fifth, fourth, third, second, and first years of training. All are the right place to start! This ensemble is ready to take a professional leap. Come and be a part of this exceptional work. It will change your life forever!
FURTHER DETAILS: This class will be mainly on the scheduled Saturdays, but there may be a few occasional Friday after-school classes, plus some Saturday rehearsals extended beyond the usual 3-hour session, just a handful or less because of previously scheduled events in our new location that we will work around and make sure that each student receives at least their 30 hours of training or more. We will not hold a pre-session auditioning, and all students enrolled in this class will be equally involved.
ACTING 101: Scene Study from Popular Children's Performances
Days: Saturdays, 9:00am-10:50am (2 hours / week, 10 class hours per 5-week session)
2016 Fall Session 1: 5 Weeks, September 24 - October 22
2016 Fall Session 2: 5 Weeks, October 29 - December 10
TUITION: $225 per session / $425 discounted rate for both sessions
(full payment due online, call us for payment plan options)
*no class 11/19 & 11/26
This fun Class is for the creative child who is determined to be on stage. Successful actors and performers start off on the stage learning how to be comfortable in their own skin so that they can begin to play the roles of other people. Our students learn that the creative process is not exclusively for some mysterious group of humans, but rather it is a simple and fun filled skill set that everyone should learn. Acting 101 Class is magical, fun and necessary for every young actor.
We start the Class with creative dramatics, and by teaching students a number of exercises and games to help them get over the fear of performing in front of others. After we create this safe environment in which to explore, we begin skill building and creating characters for the stage. We apply the character work in scenes appropriate for students' age.
This class is geared towards the young actor who desires to perform at the level of the professional youth that they see on stage, television, and the big screen today. As we have aided many students to work in film and television for Disney, Fox Network, ABC, NBC, CBS, material will be chosen for each actor individually with the idea that they are capable of learning performing techniques that will grow their confidence to equivalent levels of the actors they admire. Examples of scenes will be from: Frozen, The Lion King, Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Madagasgar, Peter Pan, and many other classics.
Finally, after five weeks of training, we've created a show out of the work that we explored in class, and we put on a showcase to celebrate work completed on scenes studied.
Taught by RMCT's Founder & Artistic/Education Director, Anthony Hubert, as well as our Vocal Director Sam Garvin. This class is appropriate for both students who are new to acting, and for those who have taken Acting 101 in the past - this class is never a repeat! After two to three years of Acting 101, the student is usually ready to continue their training in Actors Conservatory Class.
*Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre is an exclusively theatrical-based youth arts organization. We are pleased to offer our programming at the wonderful space at Jewel Church, Denver, though we are not structurally affiliated with any religious organization.
ENROLLMENT FORMS & PAYMENT INFO
Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre has two forms for parents to fill out: a Registration Information Form, and a Parental Permission Form. These forms need to be completed upon enrollment, and received by RMCT prior to the first day of class, as they are important for processing purposes. If you are registering online, the Registration Information Form will be completed during the registration process, and you must sign and return only the paper copy of the Parental Permission Form. If you are registering by mail (or making deposit by phone), you must print and complete the Combination Registration Information Form & Parental Permission Form. If you are enrolling more than one child, please fill out separate forms for each child.
WHERE TO RETURN COMPLETED FORMS (and/or check payment by mail)
Please print, fill out, and sign forms and fax, mail, or scan and email them.
FAX: (720) 306-2445
MAIL: Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre / P.O. Box 17415 / Golden, CO 80402
PAYMENTS: If you have any questions about making a payment or filling out forms, please don't hesitate to call (303) 476-0222, or email us.
* Note: Class tuition must be paid in full on or before the first day your child attends class.
Classes are non-refundable.
Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre is now accepting online payments for our 2016 Saturday Classes. Payments will be made through our secure payment processor.
PAYING BY MAIL
You are able to send tuition payment and the Registration Information Form and Parent Permission Forms by mail.
PAYING ON THE PHONE
Simply call us, and we will take care of your registration over the phone.
IF PAYING IN PERSON ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS
If you are paying in person, please print out both forms and bring them together with your check on the first day of class. Please contact us in advance to check for availability and reserve your child's space on the class roster.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE FORMS EMAILED TO YOU
If you would like for us to email the forms to you, please send us an email and let us know your email address.
COMBINATION REGISTRATION FORM & PARENTAL PERMISSION FORM
for families registering by mail
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PARENTAL PERMISSION FORM
for families registering online
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MEDICAL INFORMATION FORM
for students with allergies / medical concerns
**NOTE: It is only necessary to complete & return this form if your child has non-medication allergies or concerns.
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