A little while ago the theatre group SOLO Theater School came to visit us at Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre. We spent 7 days in close proximity and saw each other every day. We learned so much about acting, about theatre criticism, and about each other that life-long friendships were made. I would definitely do … Continue reading Children’s Theatre Exchange Creates “Life-Long Friendships”
I have never participated in any other theater exchange program before. It was my first experience. During the program I learned that backstage people like me are very important part of the performance. Without support artists will need more time to prepare for shows. When I decided to take part of the program my goal … Continue reading Children’s Theatre Exchange from a Backstage Perspective!
Theater exchange My experience with the theater exchange was fun and an adventure in the land known as Canada. I learned a lot about Canada as a whole and I also saw my old friends from last year. As a matter of fact, I also met some new ones. Trust me, all theaters will benefit … Continue reading Children’s Theatre Exchange Encourages Collaboration of “Abilities” and “Skills”
In June of 2015 I had a chance to participate in a Theatre Exchange Program with Solo Theatre from Atlanta. I participated in a haunted walk tour and two huge camp fires with Solo and Once Upon a Kingdom theatres. We also had several theatre workshops. One of my favorite theatre exercises was creating shadows … Continue reading Anna and Benya Nossik Talk Children’s Theatre Exchange
Savva, age 10, has visually recreated his experience with the Ottawa-Atlanta Children's Theatre Exchange through visual imagery. Click images to see the full resolution.
I enjoyed my time in Ottawa, Canada on a Theater exchange where I learned a lot of good acting tools during the workshops that will help me become a better actor. In my opinion the workshop that really inspired me was on theater criticism because it taught me how to criticize a play, a movie, … Continue reading Theatre Exchange Provides Young Actors With Tools For Better Performance and Critical Thinking