LIVE (in-person) WORKSHOPS!
These workshops will be held in-person (live) at CTA.
COVID-19 Safety Protocol:
Limit the number of students in each workshop/class.
Only students pre-registered for the workshop will be admitted to CTA.
Parents must check students in and out with a teaching artist/staff member at the front door.
The front door will remained locked. Guests must call the office or ring the door bell.
All staff, teaching artists, students, and guests must wear a face mask (covering the nose and mouth) at all times unless eating/drinking.
Upon entrance all staff, teaching artists, students, and guests must have a temperature scan (no one will be permitted entrance with a temperature of 100.4 or more) and must sanitize their hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer.
Maintain a social distance of six feet at all times. Students will be assigned specific locations to work in during workshops.
No drinking from the water fountain. Staff, teaching artists, and students may use the water fountain to re/fill their water bottles only
We are limiting each class/session to a maximum of 10 students.
Classes will be held in our main building to allow for proper distance and air circulation requirements.
In addition, there will be a COVID-19 Assumption of Risk, Release, and Waiver of Liability Agreement that all parents/guardians must sign & return along with the usual release/waiver documentation.
During the workshop period (and in the few weeks after), should your student/s or someone in your household test positive for COVID-19 you must notify CTA (email@example.com) immediately. We will then notify all workshop families, teaching artist, CTA's Board of Directors and staff that someone involved (names will not be released) has tested positive and recommend that everyone take the necessary actions (example: consult your family physician/doctor, be tested, go in to quarantine for the time period required.) We will then switch to an online session for the time period mandated for quarantine.
Should a new state or county order prohibit us from being in-person, we will switch to an online session for the time period mandated.
PRODUCTION WORKSHOPS with Tiffany Shannon Productions, LLC
Through theatre production workshops students gain experience and knowledge in acting techniques, improvisation, characterization, movement, props, scenery, and much more. These workshops conclude with a final performance on our main stage. In production workshops, teamwork is a major focus and all participants are guaranteed a role. We encourage students with all levels of experience to attend. * NOTE: Theatre Production Workshop show titles are subject to change due to cast size and requirements.
THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOPS
The Magical Lamp of Aladdin
The classic story of Aladdin, his monkey sidekick Alakazam, and the beautiful Princess Jasmine. Evil magician Jammal tries to trick Aladdin in a malicious scheme to acquire a magical lamp containing a wish-granting genie. But Aladdin tricks Jammal and claims the magic lamp for himself, using its power to win the princess and impress the Sultan. But through another wicked ploy, Jammal regains possession of the lamp and kidnaps Jasmine! To set things right, Aladdin must face Chop-Chop, the merciless executioner. At last, Aladdin and Jasmine are reunited, and Jammal is transformed into a new person.
SESSION 1: 4:30-6:30 p.m.; Tuesdays, February 2-April 6, 2021. Recording of final performance on main stage during the final class.*
SESSION 2: 4:30-6:30 p.m.; Thursdays, February 4-April 8, 2021. Recording of final performance on main stage during the final class.*
*A link to the pre-recorded virtual performances will be emailed to students
MUSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOPS
Disney's Aladdin KIDS
When the street urchin, Aladdin, vies for the attention of the beautiful princess, Jasmine, he uses a genie's magic power to become a prince in order to marry her. Iago, Jafar, the Genie, and more are here for a musical adventure filled with magic, mayhem and the power of love. Based on the iconic animated film, with an Academy Award-winning score by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice