Registrations extended and New Spring Break Youth Theatre programs

The Caetani Centre is launching a series of new youth theatre programs. Classes are not yet full, and there is still time to register for the ongoing sessions starting January 24.

With the new Caetani Studio Gallery space now available, the Centre has begun to expand its programming and is welcoming new audiences, filling a much needed niche in the community through developing new partnerships with other community organizations.

Students will be introduced to acting techniques and theatre skills – improvisation, character building, script analysis, creative movement, and vocal work. Classical theatre (Shakespeare!) along with contemporary plays will be studied and performed in a workshop style environment where emphasis will be put on directing and collaborating together as a team. Throughout the ten week session and a final showcase performance, these budding young thespians will hone the necessary skills to succeed in theatre and beyond.

Amelia Sirianni is originally from Vernon, BC. Amelia spent the last decade working as a professional actor in Toronto, ON. She received her formal professional training at the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and has since had the privilege of performing on stages across North America as well as in film and television. Favourite roles include Deedee Doodle in “The Doodlebops Live” national tours, Strawberry Shortcake in “Strawberry Shortcake and Friends” North American tours, and Widget in the runaway Fringe and Next Stage Festival hit “The Tiki Bikini Beach Paradise Party A-Go-Go”. Globe & Mail critic J. Kelly Nestruck singled out her “Muumuu-clad Widget” as a favourite performance.

For more information please visit our website www.caetani.org or call the Caetani office – 250-275-1525                           

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