Let's put on a show!
Throughout this course students will be engaged in the theatrical process, with the class culminating in a performance. Left To Our Own Devices by Flip Kobler, Cindy Marcus and Finn Kobler, is comprised of eleven individual scenes that range in tone from silly to sweet and hysterical to heartwarming! From a college freshman calling home, a person ordering from a drive-thru lane, speed dating, a 911 dispatch center, Rapunzel and her prince, and so much more, these scenes come together in harmony to create the perfect virtual play.
Students will collaborate with each other and the teacher/director to make the best use of their skills and technology to put on the show, while also learning about auditions, warmups, rehearsals, and performances along the way. With a teacher that has both training and experience as an actor, director, and even backstage crew, there is something for everyone to learn, even non-actors! The only requirement is a willingness to give it your best and to work as part of a whole creative ensemble. So, if you're interested in learning about theatre, acting, and putting on a good show, this is the class for you.
Alyssa Otoski-Keim first experienced theatre in 2nd grade, and has been active with theatre since. Alyssa graduated from SUNY Oswego in 2015 with a bachelors in English and Theatre, and has also trained at the Moscow Art Theatre School, training in swordplay, Suzuki, stage combat, acrobatics, and traditional acting techniques. For the past several years, Alyssa has been working in the greater-Syracuse area in a wide variety of theatre related roles, from performer to educator. Alyssa’s primary passions include exploration, collaboration, and storytelling. Currently Alyssa is working on pursuing a Masters in Social Work, while still staying active with local theatre.
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