Children's Theatre of Wauwatosa

  • Drama Workshops 
    (Register for each workshop independently)

    Workshop 1:  Intro To Improv

    Students will learn quick thinking skills with an emphasis on humor through improv. The  workshop will introduce the basics of improv with activities and games for them to develop  their skills.

    Instructor: Angela Dobbs & Nicole Wallia

    Saturday - February 13
    9:00am - 11:00am
    Longfellow Middle School-Auditorium
    $30 Resident & $45 Non Resident
    Maximum of 14 Participants

    266400-01



  • Workshop 2:  Intro To Theater

    Students will be introduced to basic theater topics. They will learn the different parts of a stage, and common stage directions. Students will also learn the basics of acting and the lifecycle of a production from casting to showtime.

    Instructor: Angela Dobbs & Nicole Wallia

    Saturday - February 20
    9:00am - 11:00am
    Longfellow Middle School-Auditorium
    $30 Resident & $45 Non Resident
    Maximum of 14 Participants

    266400-02



  • Workshop 3:  How to Audition

    Students will practice auditioning skills and gain tips on how to improve for future auditions. They will prepare a preselected piece and present for directors and peers and receive feedback.  This workshop will also provide insight into the casting process.

    Instructor: Angela Dobbs & Nicole Wallia

    Saturday - February 27
    9:00am - 11:00am
    Longfellow Middle School-Auditorium
    $30 Resident & $45 Non Resident
    Maximum of 14 Participants

    266400-03



  • Workshop 4:  Stage Presence and Projection

    Students will focus on how to speak, stand, and present themselves on stage. This workshop will cover proper breathing, posture, and diction. Students will gain valuable skills to help them be heard and understood on the stage.

    Instructor: Angela Dobbs & Nicole Wallia

    Saturday - March 6
    1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Longfellow Middle School-Auditorium
    $30 Resident & $45 Non Resident
    Maximum of 14 Participants

    266400-04



  • Workshop 5:  Character Development

    Focus will be on learning speech, facial expressions, and movement that will help build and sustain a unique and believable character. Specific character qualities and traits will be learned along with how and when these are used in role acting.  The student will be able to practice various interactive dialogues and monologues.

    Instructor: Fran Panek

    Saturday - April 24
    1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Longfellow Middle School-Auditorium
    $30 Resident & $45 Non Resident
    Maximum of 14 Participants - Grades 4 - 8

    366400-01

    OR

    Saturday - May 15
    9:00am - 11:00am
    Longfellow Middle School-Auditorium
    $30 Resident & $45 Non Resident
    Maximum of 14 Participants - Grades 4 - 8

    366400-02