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Bucks County Playhouse announces educational classes for summer 2024

Offerings range from dance and acting to improv and how to make a musical

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Bucks County Playhouse announced the lineup of education programs being offered this summer. All classes take place in Lambertville Hall, 57 Bridge St., Lambertville, New Jersey. Visit BucksCountyPlayhouse.org to register, or contact Ellen Gallos, assistant director of education, with any questions at ellen@buckscountyplayhouse.org

Fosse for Beginners: Wednesdays, June 12-26, from 4 to 5 p.m., Jessica Bostock

Led by professional choreographer and director Bostock, in this three-week class, fun combinations are taught as students get moving and learn about the style of the iconic American choreographer Bob Fosse. In-person class. Ages 15 to adult.

Improv: Thursdays, June 13-27, July 11-25, Aug. 8-22, from 7 to 9 p.m., Will Dennis

Spark creativity, be out there and play. Back by popular demand, this class offers two hours of collaborative acting games, improv techniques and opportunities to nurture creativity. No experience necessary — just a desire to laugh. Ages 15 to adult.

Making a Musical: Monday-Friday, July 8-12, July 15-19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., David Lee White and Kate Brennan

Join ALiEN8 writers/composers Brennan and White for development on their latest musical Book of Wonder. Become part of the workshop process and bring new scenes and songs to life as this new musical takes shape with these two artist-educators who were 2023 finalists for The Jonathan Larson Grant. Ages 13 to 18.

Acting for the Camera: Tuesdays, July 9-30, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Johanna Tolentino

Through assisted scene work from screenplays, this class teaches techniques for acting on camera for television and film. Using copy from television and film scenes, actors will learn the process from the audition in the TV casting director’s office, to script analysis, preparing self-tapes, lighting and technology, and tips on how to find an agent. This validating class gives students the tools to start their acting for the camera journey. Students of varying levels are encouraged to sign up. You can be a curious beginner or a more experienced performer. Ages 15 to adult.

Advanced Beginner Adult Tap: Wednesdays, July 10-24, from 4 to 5 p.m., Dani Tucci Juraga

Led by professional dancer Juraga, in this three-week class build on tap skills and learn fun combinations as participants tap in a great American dance tradition. Ages 15 to adult.

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