Do you have a passion for the art of Drama? Are you prepared to stretch yourself further in your craft? This class is designed to push the experienced actor farther than before in the areas of oral and physical communication, chracter developement, and interpretation of the written word. Over this ten week class students will explore excepts from How to Train Your Dragon: Gift of the Night furry script, a delightful tale of Snoggletog traditions in the Viking town of Burk.
This script is loosely based off of the traditional and endearing Christmas story, “The Gift of the Magi” by O'Henry. Students will be diving deeper into their God given creativity and learning about character development, motivation, listening, physical movement, stage presence and much, much more!
Lisa has been dancing and preforming since she was very young. She received a BA in theatre performance and theatre administration from Whitworth University. She has studied numerous styles of dance including ballet, jazz, contemporary, tap, hip-hop, swing, ballroom, and latin. Since graduating, she has been active working with professional and community theatres in the Portland and Salem area stage managing and choreographing. She believes we were all made with the ability to dance, and with a little practice and instruction, we can create something very beautiful through movement. For Lisa, dance is a joyful expression of the soul, and she is excited to share that joy with others. When not working on a production, she enjoys going on adventures with her husband, Kyle, and their children Alexandra, Marcus, and Jinora.
13405 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223
Register for Tuesday: Drama II: Gift of the Nightfury, Snoggletog in Burk