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“As a direct result of [my daughter’s] interactions with Mr. Jozsa, she has gained a great deal of personal confidence and self-esteem.” – Andy Hopp of Oddmall
Dates: July 11th – 15th
Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 3 PM
*Final Performance at 2:30 PM on final Friday of class*
Please pack a brown bag lunch
For more information please call 330.612.3090, email WATheatre@gmail.com or visit http://www.watheatre.com/registration/rabbithole to register.
About the Summer Theatre CAMP: Down the Rabbit Hole:
“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
Join Wandering Aesthetics’ Education Director and Storyteller Kyle Jozsa as he guides students down the rabbit hole. Using theatrical concepts, including imagination, character creation and teamwork, students will explore the world of Alice in Wonderland culminating in the development of their very own story.
This week long summer camp will introduce students to the concepts of live performance. Each morning, in his engaging style, Jozsa will teach students the fundamentals, and some more advanced techniques, of theatre. Each afternoon, students will collaborate to craft their tale in an atmosphere of cooperation and playfulness, culminating in a final performance for friends and family. Students should bring a brown bag lunch.
About the Instructor:
Kyle Jozsa is the Artistic Director, Education Director and primary Storyteller with Wandering Aesthetics. He began his teaching career in 2010 with Weathervane Playhouse. Jozsa has worked full-time as a preschool teacher, developed curriculum for traditional and non-traditional classes alike and led many workshops for students of all age groups. He currently works as a Teaching Artist for HBTI, The Artful Living Program out of Stark County and as a part-time Instructor at Gymboree in Strongsville. Along with local artists, Jozsa is working to bring a play-based enrichment program to the Akron area.