|PUSH Physical Theatre Workshop|
Students are introduced to several movement theatre forms, the basics of presenting live theatre, character development and curriculum areas based on State Learning Standards.
PUSH tailors each workshop to classroom needs with topics such as bullying & conflict resolution, physical approaches to reading, math and science, diversity and relationships.
Participants employ elements of physical control and creative problem solving skills in this dynamic workshop.
|PUSH Pins Workshop|
PUSH Pins uses illustrated children’s books, physical science, weather, animals, or the concept of community as a basis for learning.
This workshop, with artists Heather and Darren Stevenson, focuses on: OBSERVATION - studying a subject; IMITATION - re-creating a demonstrated concept; and IMAGINATION - igniting personal ideas for expression.
Improvisation and choreography are explored as children develop self-awareness and confidence with movement technique, group exercises, and a short student presentation.
Each program is grade specific and, if requested, specific curriculum needs can be addressed as part of this workshop.
|Solid Brass Master Class|
The brass sections of school bands will find these dynamic world-class musicians inspirational.
The members of Solid Brass share their knowledge and expertise in an interactive format. The master class will include insights into articulations, tongue level positions, the use of wind power, embouchure development and various strategies in how to think while playing.
Programs are tailored to the needs of individual band programs.
Extended Residency Available