SUMMER 2021 YOUTH THEATER WORKSHOPS

CLC Theater Department is partnering with Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page, to offer Youth Theater Workshops this summer on the outdoor stage of the CLC campus. Cost for the workshop is $60 per student.

July 26-30 Students entering 1st - 4th grades meet from 10:00-noon. Students will work on acting skills and games, create props, and write a play together under the guidance of playwright Mary Aalgaard. We'll create our play around the theme of camping and exploring along the Mississippi River. On the final day, Friday, students will have a performance for family and friends. We will record the performance to make it available to view online.

August 2-6, Students entering 5th - 9th grades will meet from 10:00-noon. Students will work on acting skills and games, create props, and write a play together under the guidance of playwright Mary Aalgaard. We'll create our play around the theme of camping and exploring along the Mississippi River. On the final day, Friday, students will have a performance for family and friends. We will record the performance to make it available to view online.

For further info and questions, contact Mary at [email protected]
or call 218-232-6069.

EVENT REGISTRATION/PURCHASE LINK COMING SOON

Mary Aalgaard
Play Off the Page
Youth Theater Workshops

Mary Aalgaard is a playwright and piano/theater teacher, living in the heart of Minnesota. She writes theater reviews and supports the arts through her blog Play off the Page. She teaches youth theater workshops, writes articles for regional magazines, and works with both seniors and youth in multi-generational programs to enhance quality of life and build community. She is a member of Cracked Ice Improv. Her website is PlayoffthePage.com. You can follow her on her Play off the Page Facebook page, @MaryAalgaard on Twitter.


Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page, is a fiscal year 2021 recipient of a Creative Support for Individuals grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.