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The Coterie Theatre School's Summer Drama Classes & Performance Camps

07-30-2021

Presented by The Coterie Theatre at The Coterie Theatre, Kansas City
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jul 29 @ 9:00 am Fri, Jul 30 @ 9:00 am

With virtual classes now available to youth nationwide and in-person classes held at Crown Center at The Coterie Theatre, Pembroke Hill...

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With virtual classes now available to youth nationwide and in-person classes held at Crown Center at The Coterie Theatre, Pembroke Hill on The Plaza, Miller Marley School of Dance and Voice in Overland Park, and at the Liberty Community Center in Liberty, The Coterie’s classes are led by a staff of professional, trained teaching artists and are focused on a process-based curriculum. Classes for s incoming Grades K-12 begin June 7, with additional classes starting throughout June and July. All in-person classes will be socially-distanced, masked (both instructor and students), and will adhere to safety protocols (detailed on our website). Whether virtual or in-person, all Coterie classes are designed to engage students intellectually, emotionally, and physically. Using lesson plans that focus on the growth of each student individually, process-based learning establishes a foundation of invaluable skills that all acting training builds on, including important life skills that will be useful to any growing mind, whether or not acting may be in their future. Classes are limited to ten students per class and above to ensure teaching artists can see and respond to every student, encouraging active participation. In virtual classes, parents of younger children are encouraged to participate in with their child, leading to interactive play that lets loose the child’s imagination and becomes part of the larger story being created by the class. To register or for the latest class schedules and location information, visit www.thecoterie.org. Questions may be directed to class registrar, Annette Filippi, at afilippi@coterietheatre.org or 816.474.4241. Financial assistance is available as needed. Contact Amanda Kibler at akibler@coterietheatre.org to apply.

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The Coterie Theatre School's Summer Drama Classes & Performance Camps

07-30-2021

Presented by The Coterie Theatre at The Coterie Theatre, Kansas City
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jul 29 @ 9:00 am Fri, Jul 30 @ 9:00 am

With virtual classes now available to youth nationwide and in-person classes held at Crown Center at The Coterie Theatre, Pembroke Hill...

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With virtual classes now available to youth nationwide and in-person classes held at Crown Center at The Coterie Theatre, Pembroke Hill on The Plaza, Miller Marley School of Dance and Voice in Overland Park, and at the Liberty Community Center in Liberty, The Coterie’s classes are led by a staff of professional, trained teaching artists and are focused on a process-based curriculum. Classes for s incoming Grades K-12 begin June 7, with additional classes starting throughout June and July. All in-person classes will be socially-distanced, masked (both instructor and students), and will adhere to safety protocols (detailed on our website). Whether virtual or in-person, all Coterie classes are designed to engage students intellectually, emotionally, and physically. Using lesson plans that focus on the growth of each student individually, process-based learning establishes a foundation of invaluable skills that all acting training builds on, including important life skills that will be useful to any growing mind, whether or not acting may be in their future. Classes are limited to ten students per class and above to ensure teaching artists can see and respond to every student, encouraging active participation. In virtual classes, parents of younger children are encouraged to participate in with their child, leading to interactive play that lets loose the child’s imagination and becomes part of the larger story being created by the class. To register or for the latest class schedules and location information, visit www.thecoterie.org. Questions may be directed to class registrar, Annette Filippi, at afilippi@coterietheatre.org or 816.474.4241. Financial assistance is available as needed. Contact Amanda Kibler at akibler@coterietheatre.org to apply.

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