A small slice of the educational and entertaining summer camp for future thespians!

In July, 2013, at UC Irvine, this fantastic opportunity allows actors to embrace the art of theater. The U.S. Performing Arts Theatre Summer Camp offers various activities and intensive training in the craft of acting. Theater games, opening the door to understanding the work of dramatic icons, such as Shakespeare, as well as learning improvisational skills that allow your interior ‘clown’ to shine – all the workshops provided are designed to engage and incite the creative imagination of each student.

Under the guidance of the acclaimed UC Irvine Drama faculty, students get to explore performance techniques that will increase their ability to work in both drama and comedy; not to mention, learn character analysis, movement and stage combat.

UCI Theater 1 from US Performing Arts on Vimeo.

Leaving the stereotypical behind, students will be able to release their sense of play, surprising themselves with their own talented impulses. Take a look at this incredible experience for actors to better understand the arts, and experience the true joy of performing!

Link us with US Performing Arts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uspacamps

 

Real Estate

meteoric rise, money, mortgage rates, politics, Federal Reserve, interest rate, adjustable-rate mortgage, economy

Real Estate: Refinancing Rates on the Rise in 2017

Real Estate: Refinancing Rates on the Rise in 2017 by Amy Lignor   The term ‘meteoric rise’ usually applies to something fun. Think: A Hollywood actor who has been … [Read More...]

More Posts from this Category

Travel

Smithsonian, historical battles, Mount Rushmore, Gettysburg, Statue of Liberty, Memorials, Monuments, America

Vacation Locations: Knowledge is Fun Too!

  Vacation Locations: Knowledge is Fun Too! by Amy Lignor   Most children (and adults, too) will either roll their eyes or sigh when, while speaking about … [Read More...]

More Posts from this Category

Entertainment

Kong: Skull Island, DVD Review, King Kong, Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman, John C. Reilly

Reboot of Much Beloved Monster Franchise Arrives on Home Video

  Kong: Skull Island DVD Review by Kam Williams Reboot of Much Beloved Monster Franchise Arrives on Home Video The beloved classic King Kong (1933), starring Fay Wray, … [Read More...]

More Posts from this Category