The LAMB School of Theatre & Music
A note on registering this year...
Well, the dates and times are set for small workshops for your students this fall. Size will be strictly limited (minimum of 5 and maximum of 8) and masks must be worn....and the kids will grow as they have a ball with in- person learning at the theatre with Mr. Brock. Classes are for one hour a week for 9 weeks starting the week of October 5 and conclude the week of December 7. The week of Thanksgiving there are NO classes. Should schools be forced to close, the workshops will continue online with Mrs. Wooley. All enrolled students will be eligible to be in the online musical SUPER HAPPY AWESOME NEWS as a thank you for enrolling in the workshops. Should students want to be included in the online musical and are not taking any workshop sessions with us, they may do it by enrolling in SUPER HAPPY AWESOME NEWS for a fee of $50.
Mrs. Wooley will be offering an online 9 week workshop on Wednesdays for all students who might be interested in that kind of learning. We will have so much fun with that class and though online, it will be very active. The class meets for one hour for nine weeks and follows the same schedule as the in person classes.
Thank you to those of you who filled out the survey, it helped to figure out this puzzle. We are hoping that what we have to offer this fall will work for your family.
I know that I was going to give you some curriculum details, but curriculum will be set to meet the needs of the students enrolled in each session. We know our students very well (and those who are new to us, we will set up a zoom chat) and will tailor make each session's curriculum to the group. Know that physicalization, the voice, the use and development of creativity and self-confidence as well as learning to work cooperatively will be included in all curriculum whether in-person and online.
Please know that we HAVE TO and WILL cap off each session with 8 students--so register very soon!!!.
We don't teach...we inspire...
LAMB has been offering quality arts programming for young people since 1989. We've got a wide range of classes for most age groups, designed to challenge and inspire our students. The arts are important; and no matter where they end up in life, the skills our students learn serve them well.
Our goal is to provide a safe and nurturing environment so that creativity and proficiency can prosper. And not to toot our own horn, but we think we do a pretty good job. Our students will back us up on that. Many of them tell us that they wish every day was "LAMB Day!"