Session Date: July 17-21, 2017
Grades: 1 - 12
The schedule for the week is as follows:
Monday 9am – 10am:
An optional parent orientation to discuss activities and philosophy of program.
Monday – Thursday: Grades 1 – 2; 9 am – 12 noon ׀ Grades 3 – 12; 9 am – 3 pm
Friday – all students 9 am: Grades 1 – 6; 9:30 am – 10:45 am performance
Grades 7 – 12; 11 am – 12:30 pm performance
Learn drama skills from a team of theater professionals. Lou Fazzini, director and founder of All The World's A Stage, is a specialist in children's theater. The drama workshop places emphasis on cooperation, concentration, movement and story development in a non-competitive environment. By exploring the art and music of characters from familiar stories and creating those of their own, participants will develop physical, social, and artistic skills through theatre games, creative movement, improvisation and pantomime. This week long workshop wraps-up with a performance on Friday. Family and friends are welcome!
REGISTER NOW Grades 1-2 | Registration Fee: $120; Early Bird: $100
REGISTER NOW Grades 3-12 | Registration Fee: $195; Early Bird: $175
BY PHONE or MAIL
1. Complete Registration Form and submit by mail. Download Form
2. Call 586.286.2044 to register by phone (credit cards accepted)
Registration remains open until start of workshop, based on availability.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation must be made 3 weeks prior to start of the workshop to receive a refund minus $75.
If you need assistance with this process, please contact our Education & Enrichment Department at 586.286.2044.
About the Director, Lou Fazzini
The drama workshop is directed by Lou Fazzini, who is also the Founder and Executive/Artistic Director of All The World's A Stage. He graduated from Eastern Michigan University, with a Master of Fine Arts in Theater Arts with a specialization in drama and theater for the young. Fazzini is a former adjunct faculty member of the Theater Arts Department at Macomb Community College and coordinator of the F.A.M.E. (Fine Arts Meets Education) and Acting Out arts education partnerships with the Fraser, Roseville and Lake Shore Public Schools and Maple Lane Elementary School. He developed a successful drama program for At-Risk Youth in partnership with the Michigan State University Extension Program, the Family Independence Agency, the Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center and L'Anse Creuse Public Schools.
The drama workshop staff is comprised of several gifted individuals with training and experience in both theater and education. Assistant Director Lisa Dobbin, and instructors Dawn Janicki, Jennifer Stark, Eric Pioch and Carolyn Blanchard, all hold degrees and are involved in theater throughout the state of Michigan.
What was the favorite thing about the workshop? "Making new friends and my instructors"
What information did you feel benefited you the most? "To never be afraid to express yourself in front of others."