Mark your calendars and reserve your spot to work on your acting and improvisation technique with Hannah Opdenaker, as our Master Class series continues in April. All dancers ages 6 and up welcome!

This workshop is designed to teach the foundational techniques needed to perform short-form improv. Students learn tools to give and take focus, expand and explore in ensemble games, create characters and physical memory. Students will learn performance based improv games and learn how to start a scene, be a strong team player, save their fellow Performers. This is a safe creative environment without the pressure of a show or script memorization!

Date: Saturday, April 10

Time: 2:45- 3:45 PM

Cost: $10

VIP Members: Free

  

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Instructor Info

Hannah Opdenaker

   

Hannah Opdenaker is excited to be a part of the Bowman Dance Company and Studio team! She is a recent graduate of Mount St. Mary’s University, where she earned her BA in Theatre, with concentrations on education and performance. Some of her show credits at “The Mount” include Mrs. Gotlieb (Dead Man’s Cellphone), Iphigenia (Iphigenia and Other Daughters), Lisette (The Metromaniacs), and Susannah (Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play). She also was featured in staged readings of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, No Exit, Much Ado About Nothing, and Lysistrata. While her favorite place to be is Center Stage, Hannah also spent much of her college theatre career exploring all areas of the art form, including costuming, stage management, and direction. In her final semester, she directed a cast of 25 in a modern adaptation of Lysistrata. Hannah has taught classes in character development and analysis, stage movement, improv, and was a Teaching Assistant for Acting I, Acting II, and a Triple Threat class. She is so excited to join the Bowman Team, and work with students on finding their inner characters on stage!

  

Why Should You Come to Acting and Improvisation Workshop with Ms. Hannah?

Fun!

BDCS Workshops are FUN! Students get to learn new movement styles and techniques that expand their learning in regular weekly classes.  They also get to learn a fun themed combinations they can share with family and friends for weeks to come!

Friendships!

All BDCS  students are invited to our monthly workshops.  Students attending get to meet new dance friends at these workshops and build new friendships and bonds with other students their age that will last a life time!

Confidence

Each workshop hosted by BDCS brings a new instructor, new style, new experiences for students to get a little outside of their comfort zone and build confidence within themselves and their art in small doses.   "Growth does not sit in comfort!"  

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