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Beginning this March, Wandering Aesthetics – continuing their mission to have an impact across Akron – and the Akron Children’s Museum – one of the city’s brightest gems – will collaborate to bring two 5-week theatre programs to the Akron Children’s Museum. Each class will consist of engaging theatre games designed to foster imagination, creativity and teamwork among participants. Drop-in any week or sign up for the entire session!
Wandering Aesthetics uses a play-based approach to teach, guiding students to learn through imagination, movement and experimentation.
PLAY: Theater Games w/ Wandering Aesthetics
(5 – 9 Years)
Drop-in: $10/Individual Class
Entire Session: $40
It’s all about PLAY! Join Wandering Aesthetics, an Akron-based storytelling theatre company, as they lead a two 5-week programs highlighting the basics of teamwork and how that relates to the art of theatre.
The lives of children are ones of theatricality and experimentation, as they discover their world and themselves through play. By working together students learn to celebrate diversity as they discover the power of positive relationships and engagement of their collective imaginations. Classes will build on each other; however, you can sign your child up for only one, two or even a few of the classes. Ages 5-9.
Fridays @ 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (3/11 – 4/8)
Wednesdays @ 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (4/20 – 5/18)
About the Instructor:
Kyle Jozsa is the Artistic Director and Director of Education 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 children of all age groups. He currently works as a Teaching Artist for the Artful Living Program out of Stark County as well as part-time at Gymboree in Strongsville and is working to bring a play-based enrichment program to the Akron area.