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Mash Up Acting for Kids: Improv, Dance & Scenes, Online
with Multiple Teachers
Mash Up Acting for Kids: Improv, Dance and Scenes
5:00 to 6:00, ages 8-12, Jan 11 – Apr 12, skip Jan 18 and Mar 15, Online
Join us for this active and engaging class!Three fun and exciting elements of performance and theatre, taught by our dynamic trio of teachers!
ShaVonne Banks-Davis teaches 4 weeks of improv where students learn the freedom of imagination and thrill of thinking on your feet.
Kelly McCain teaches 4 weeks of dance and movement where students learn dance routines from musical theatre;
Zoe Settle teaches 4 weeks of scenes where kids learn acting and performance techniques.
On the 4th class of each session, we will record a ‘show and tell’ of what the kids have been working on to send to parents.
Discount & Specials:
- Register by Dec 1: Use Promo Code: $25
- Register by Dec 25: Use Promo Code: $15
- Register by Jan 4: Use Promo Code: $10
Promo Codes must be used when registering. They cannot be added afterwards.
About the teachers:
ShaVonne Banks-Davis is a Texas certified theatre educator and acting instructor with experience coaching students who have gone on to win theatre competitions and receive acceptance into various art schools and programs.
Kelly McCain is a DFW-based choreographer who has worked with many theaters around the metroplex including WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three, Dallas Children’s Theatre, Uptown Players, Junior Players, Firehouse Theatre, and MainStage Irving among others.
Zoe Settle is an actress and teaching artist currently based in Dallas. Zoe is earning her M.A. in Arts Leadership and Cultural Management from the Arts Management program at Colorado State University, and received her B.F.A. in Acting from Oklahoma City University with minors in directing and design & production. In addition to pursuing her passion for performing, Zoe has the privilege to teach art and theater to students all around the DFW area with organizations such as Junior Players, Drama Kids International, Studio B, Acting Studio, and Rockwall Community Playhouse, as well as conducting private acting lessons. After completing her graduate degree, Zoe will expand upon her work as a teacher to increase the number of opportunities for everyone to engage with the arts. After developing her voice in the arts for many years, she now intends to use it to the fullest extent, while doing everything she can to help others find their voices as well.