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Intro to Improv, ages 9-13 January 18-March 22
Meets Wednesdays, January 18th to March 22nd from 4:30 to 5:30.
A final performance will be held on March 22nd at 5:00pm.
This class meets at Treasure Valley Children's Theater - 703 N. Main St. Meridian.
This 10 week course is a great introduction to improvised theatre - spontaneity, creativity, listening, storytelling and teamwork! Take a few risks and stretch your boundaries.
Students are asked to come to class in comfortable play clothes (no skirts, please), shoes that stay on their feet (no flip flops, please), and bring a labeled water bottle.
Payment is appreciated by the first day of class. On the first day of classes, guests are invited to stay for the first 20 minutes. After that time, classes are closed to observers. A waiting area adjacent to the classroom is available. Thank you in advance for respecting this policy.
A NOTE ABOUT OUTCOMES:
All classes conclude with an observation day or showcase performance for an invited audience. You can expect that TVCT performing arts programs will help your child improve performance skills like projection, enunciation, concentration and creating character. But, more importantly, TVCT programs introduce your child to important life skills such as creative problem solving, working through high-pressure moments, managing disappointment, teamwork, and increased self confidence.
TVCT performing arts experiences offer youth a safe space within which to:
- Find courage to overcome fears, try new things and face challenges new challenges with enthusiasm.
- Master commitment to the process of developing something unique, setting goals and earning rewards.
- Practice respect for themselves, their peers, their community, and the transformative power of the arts.
- Demonstrate enthusiasm for the transformative power of the arts and their unique talents to change the world.
- Strive for excellence by being the best version of ourselves in everything we do.
Enrolling your child in a TVCT program isn’t just about putting them on stage in a cute costume, it’s an investment in your child’s future. We are changing the world one theater kid at a time.
GENERAL POLICY STUFF:
Class minimums are 6 students. Class maximums are 15 students. Classes are subject to cancellation, with 1-week notice, if minimums are not met.
Fees posted include online registration fees, a $15 nonrefundable administration fee, and all class materials. Multi-family discounts are applied for students from the same family enrolled in the same class. This discount is 10% off the second student, 15% off the third and fourth, fifth, etc. We do not pro-rate fees for anticipated absences. Full payment is appreciated on the first day of class. Payment plans can be arranged with prior notice. Fees will be refunded for cancellations made before the first day of session minus the $15 registration fee. A full refund will only be granted in the event that the class/camp is cancelled. All refunds must be requested in writing.
No refunds will be granted for any cancellation made on or after the first day of session. No refunds will be made if the student does not attend, is asked to leave due to behavior, or leaves early for any other reason.
HOW TO REGISTER:
Online registration and payment through this Eventbrite portal is preferred. Online fees are included in this transaction.
If you prefer to pay with cash or check, please register through this portal and select the link 'Other Payment Options' below the green payment button on the registration page. Please mail a check to TVCT PO Box 9144 Boise, ID 83707 or contact us to make payment arrangements.
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Treasure Valley Children's Theater
Treasure Valley Children’s Theater (TVCT) empowers youth and inspires future innovators, entrepreneurs, creators, humanitarians and artists through quality performing arts experiences.
Through TVCT programs, young people experience theater arts through:
- Observation (see): A professional, adult acting company producing plays for young audiences.
- Participation (play): Year-round classes, camps and workshops for youth ages 3-18.
- Performance (perform): Audition and performance opportunities for young performers ages 8-18.