CAMPS AND CLASSES
Join us for Playmaking for Kids Virtual After School!
At Synchronicity, we understand how challenging virtual schooling can feel. We're here to help. After months of exciting virtual classes and the development of our virtual summer camp, we are now pleased to offer our Playmaking For Kids After School Program virtually throughout the school year!
With classes running Monday - Thursday, parents can find the class that works for their student's schedule, joining castmates from across the city to tell familiar stories such as Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, and more! Our 12-week virtual curriculum allows our playmakers to make new friends, move and think creatively as they explore improvisation, set design, and costuming to work towards a final virtual performance.
Not ready to commit for the semester yet? Our popular PFK Online Solo and Small Group Playmaking Sessions continue on Fridays throughout the year to ensure every child can join in the fun! Up to two children in the same household, or up to six friends meet with one of our dynamic instructors for a 45 min virtual hangout, complete with fun theatre games and dance party!
Classes begin the first week of September. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot today!
ADULT ZOOM VIDEO CLASS
Sketch Comedy Writing: Level One
Virtual Class with Coach John D. Babcock
Get serious about being funny!
Sign up for Sketchworks’ Intro to Sketch Comedy Virtual Writing class!
August 17 through September 28
You’ll learn about different genres of sketch comedy, analyze comedy scripts and sketches based on the techniques learned, and acquire strategies to expand on ideas and turn them into scripts.
Collaborate with other writers in a workshop environment
Write, read and discuss material to stoke your imagination
Work with an experienced sketch comedy write
Realize your full writing potential
This class will take place online, over Zoom!
From new writers, unsure how to go about turning their thousand ideas into comedy, to practiced writers who just wants to grow or improve their craft, this class provides the opportunity to turn out funny, completed sketches.
Some students may even have the chance to write for Sketchworks’ stage productions and videos!
History of American Musical Theatre
This 10 session class will run from July 8 through September 9, 2020
Come learn all about the American Musical, as we trace it's origins from the late 1800's through today.
Sessions will be recorded.
All live sessions will be conducted via Zoom on Wednesdays from 7-9pm
You may sign up for single sessions, or the whole series.
Session 1 (July 8): Foundations the early 1800's
Session 2: (July 15) The 1920's and 30's
Session 3: (July 22) Black influences of the 20's and 30's
Session 4: (July 29) The Great Depression
Session 5: (August 5) The Golden Age of Broadway (1940's and 50's)
Session 6: (August 12) Broadway Grows Up: the 1960's and 70's
Session 7: (August 19) The 1980's
Session 8: (August 26) The 1990's
Session 9: (September 2)The New Century
Session 10: (September 9) Musicals with Messages
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