Creative Drama for Kids: Fall '23
- 1 hr1 hour
- 50 US dollars$50
- 251 South Ann Street
Creative Drama for Kids is an exciting and imaginative journey for young actors, building communication skills, sparking the imagination, inspiring empathy, and nurturing creativity. Students will create a storytelling ensemble by playing developmentally appropriate theatre games, collaborating, and dramatizing familiar stories. Students of like age will be grouped together for class activities. FPCT Creative Drama Saturdays October 14 - November 18 12pm - 1pm Students grades K-6 Teachers: Marianne Angelella, Larry Malkus Marianne Gazzola Angelella is a creative drama and theatre teacher with over 25 years experience. Marianne currently teaches drama at the amazing Baltimore Lab School where she is also an arts integration specialist. She is MSDE certified, K-12, in special education and theatre - and a graduate of Young Audiences of Maryland Teaching Artist Institute. Prior to working at Lab School, Marianne was a freelance teaching artist teaching creative drama, play production, play writing, and more for Spotlighters Theatre, Everyman Theatre, InterAct Story Theatre, Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, Childrens’ Theatre Association, Pumpkin Theatre, and more. Fells Point Corner Theatre is her home both as an actor and a teacher. FPCT is where she took her first acting workshop and was guided to teach by her beloved mentors, Beverly Sokal and Marley Willard. In addition to Bev and Marley, Marianne is inspired by Viola Spolin, Isabel Burger, Bruce Nelson, and all the teachers she has ever had the honor to join in the classroom. She is a proud member of Actors Equity Association representing actors and stage managers nationwide. Larry Malkus has been teaching Improvisational Acting (Short and Long Form) and Sketch Comedy Writing since 1990. He received his B.F.A. from Brooklyn College, C.U.N.Y. in 1989 and has been active in Baltimore's theater community ever since. Larry is also an experienced stage combat (hand-to-hand, fencing) teacher and choreographer. He currently teaches at Baltimore's Gilman School.
251 South Ann Street, Baltimore, MD, USA