Spring Courses 2018-03-29T20:08:21+00:00
SPRING 2018 ACADEMY COURSES

THE POWER OF A GOOD BOOK

Spring 2018 Courses- Classes begin on April 16th and end on June 9th. All courses subject to change.

Class Title Day Times Fee
Imagination Station: No, David!! (Grades K-3) Saturdays 10:00 - 11:00 AM $95 Register

‘No’…the most vilified word unheeded by Kindergartners everywhere! The laughable endearing tales of young David (Spokane’s own David Shannon) will engage students in fun collaborations and promote the use of positive language and listening.

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Class Title Day Times Fee
Charlotte’s Web Mondays 4:00 - 5:00 PM $95 Register

This beloved tale about the friendship and loyalty between Charlotte, Wilbur, and the rest of the creatures on the Zuckerman farm will come to life on our stage!

Instructor: Preston Loomer

Junie B. Jones & the Spring Fling! Tuesdays 4:00 - 5:00 PM $95 Register

It’s time for the Spring Fling Carnival at Junie’s school, and she is determined to win the cake-walk competition!  But when things go awry and Junie will learn that carnival games are NOT a piece of cake!

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Creative Dramatics (Grades 2-6) Wednesdays 4:00 - 5:00 PM $95 Register

A fun and very interactive course on the fundamentals of live performance, such as blocking, delivery, costumes, improv, creative expression, and teamwork. Students will gain the knowledge and skills that will make them more confident and comfortable performers.

Instructor: Preston Loomer

Imagination Station: No David!! (Grades K-3) Saturdays 10:00 - 11:00 AM $95 Register

‘No’…the most vilified word unheeded by Kindergartners everywhere! The laughable endearing tales of young David (Spokane’s own David Shannon) will engage students in fun collaborations and promote the use of positive language and listening.

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Class Title Day Times Fee
Harry Potter: The Broom of Requirement FULL Mondays 5:10 - 6:10 PM $95 Register

Harry’s trusty broom has gone missing- the evening before the biggest Quidditch match of the year!  Can he and his friends, with the help of the Marauder’s Map, find it in time??

Instructor: Preston Loomer

Beezus and Ramona Tuesdays 5:10 - 6:10 PM $95 Register

The Quimby sisters couldn’t be more different, but at the end of the day, they are each other’s first friends.  When school and life gets tough, the Quimby sisters and their indomitable spirits get going!

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Creative Dramatics (Grades 2-6) Wednesdays 4:00 - 5:00 PM $95 Register

A fun and very interactive course on the fundamentals of live performance, such as blocking, delivery, costumes, improv, creative expression, and teamwork. Students will gain the knowledge and skills that will make them more confident and comfortable performers.

Instructor: Preston Loomer

Percy Jackson: The Escape of Typhon Wednesdays 5:10 - 6:10 PM $95 Register

Percy and Annabeth are sent by Hephaestus to Mount Saint Helens to investigate some troublesome Telekhines….what they discover there just may blow them- and the mountain- away!

Instructor: Preston Loomer

A Wrinkle in Time: Advanced Dramatics (Grades 4-8) FULL Thursdays 4:00 - 5:30 PM $115 Register

Introducing Advanced Dramatics; a course for alum students ready for a challenge.  Building upon existing knowledge of blocking, delivery, and character study, this class is designed to guide the transition from the classroom to a full staged production.

On a dark and stormy night, Meg Murry and her science savvy family encounter the curious trio of Mrs Whatsit, Who, and Which, who lead them on a magical mystical journey through the tesseract in hopes to save Meg’s missing scientist father.

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Small Group Vocal Training (Ages 10+) Saturdays 9:30 - 10:30 AM $105 Register

Students will learn the core techniques to singing both as a soloist and as part of an ensemble group, including breath support, sound placement, pitch, rythym, and more.  Focus is put on how to use and care for your voice as an instrument, learning how to sing healthily as well as artistically.

Instructor: Kristen Nauditt

Stranger Springs: Stranger Things (Ages 10-17) FULL Saturdays 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM $115 Register

Journey to Hawkins, Indiana, circa 1983 for this fun and creative course that will delve into the dynamics of the upside down and more.  Students will explore various acting methods, character study, role playing and more to bring their favorite characters to life.

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Class Title Day Times Fee
A Wrinkle in Time: Advanced Dramatics (Grades 4-8) FULL Thursdays 4:00 - 5:30 PM $115 Register

Introducing Advanced Dramatics; a course for alum students ready for a challenge.  Building upon existing knowledge of blocking, delivery, and character study, this class is designed to guide the transition from the classroom to a full staged production.

On a dark and stormy night, Meg Murry and her science savvy family encounter the curious trio of Mrs Whatsit, Who, and Which, who lead them on a magical mystical journey through the tesseract in hopes to save Meg’s missing scientist father.

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

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Small Group Vocal Training (Ages 10+) Saturdays 9:30 - 10:30 AM $105 Register

Students will learn the core techniques to singing both as a soloist and as part of an ensemble group, including breath support, sound placement, pitch, rythym, and more.  Focus is put on how to use and care for your voice as an instrument, learning how to sing healthily as well as artistically

Instructor: Kristen Nauditt

Stage Combat- Swashbuckling Shakespeare (Ages 12+) Saturdays 10:00 - 11:00 AM $105 Register

For those dauntless and daring enough to tackle paring and pentameter at the same time!  Study the context and motivations for some famous Shakespearean duels and bring the action to the stage!

Instructor: Bryan Durbin

Stranger Springs: Stranger Things (Ages 10-17) FULL Saturdays 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM $115 Register

Journey to Hawkins, Indiana, circa 1983 for this fun and creative course that will delve into the dynamics of the upside down and more.  Students will explore various acting methods, character study, role playing and more to bring their favorite characters to life.

Instructor: Kearney Jordan

Class Title Day Times Fee
Small Group Vocal Training (Ages 10+) Saturdays 9:30 - 10:30 AM $105 Register

Students will learn the core techniques to singing both as a soloist and as part of an ensemble group, including breath support, sound placement, pitch, rythym, and more.  Focus is put on how to use and care for your voice as an instrument, learning how to sing healthily as well as artistically.

Instructor: Kristen Nauditt

Stage Combat- Swashbuckling Shakespeare (Ages 12+) Saturdays 10:00 - 11:00 AM $105 Register

For those dauntless and daring enough to tackle paring  and pentameter at the same time!  Study the context and motivations for some famous Shakespearean duels and bring the action to the stage!

Instructor: Bryan Durbin

Adult Acting: Playwright Focus (Ages 18+) Saturdays 12:30 - 1:30 PM $105 Register

Learn and develop a variety of acting techniques that will provide character context and connection with the text.  Study the works and dialogue of renowned playwrights Edward Albee, George Bernard Shaw, and more.  Concludes with a final presentation and includes two tickets to the Playwright’s Forum Festival.

Instructor: Preston Loomer