Lifelong learning! 

No matter your level of expertise, there is always something new to learn!

Theatre is more than a form of entertainment; it is a tool to enrich the lives of the participants as well as the patrons experiencing the show.  Performing, creating, and appreciating theatre brings richness and meaning to our heritage and culture. 

 

Join us to expand your theatrical knowledge! 

mainstage audition workshop the dance

April 1, 2023 | 12:00p - 1:00p

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THE DANCE: TIP Auditions are right around the corner!  Join the TIP team for some tips and tricks to perform the best dance audition you can.  Learn what choreographers look for during your audition not only at TIP but theaters around the area.  Learn a routine similar to what will be taught at the 2023 Auditions to get yourself ready for the best you can be!

($15 per person, Minimum Age 10yrs)


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mainstage workshop the song

April 1, 2023 | 2:00p - 3:00p

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THE SONG: TIP Auditions are a yearly tradition for so many in the theatre community, and it's a great time to show what you got!  Join TIP Staff as we discuss what makes the best vocal audition - from song selection to your performance itself.  We will give you the inside scoop on what has worked, what hasn't, and ultimately what will be the best for YOU!  Bring your audition song for a chance to perform for the workshop and get real time feedback from TIP Staff.

($15 per person, Minimum Age 10yrs)


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mainstage workshop the casting process

April 1, 2023 | 10:00a - 11:00a

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THE CASTING PROCESS: Theatre in the Park has a unique process for auditioning and casting the summer season.  We see hundreds of people audition over two days, followed by callbacks through the week, and a one of a kind casting process. Join TIP Staff as we give you the inside scoop on the entire process, including how we juggle hundreds of auditioners and do a final placement for the summer season.

($15 per person, Minimum Age 10yrs)


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TIP Mainstage: Advanced Technical Theater (Ages 16-18)
This camp will be held at the Theatre in the Park’s outdoor scene shop where we will be busy working on the current show and participants will have the opportunity to interact with the TIP scenic crews. This camp will include working outdoors when weather permits. Participants will be introduced to other technical elements such as lighting, sound, hair and makeup, costumes, and props.  In addition to an assortment of hands-on experiences over a variety of tech elements, participants will design and build a scenic element that will be on the TIP stage by opening night of the final show of the season! After spending the week behind the stage, participants will have an opportunity to choose a performance night and shadow in the tech booth to get a feel for how all the tech elements come together to transport audiences to another place and time.  Participants will receive four comp tickets to see the current production on the outdoor Theatre in the Park stage.

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TIP Mainstage: Introduction to Technical Theater (Ages 12-16)
In this two-week camp, Technical Theatre participants will get hands-on experiences from the tech perspective.  Some activities will include scene shop safety, scenic construction, programming and hanging of lights, sound mixing and creating, and painting techniques. Students will create a set design for a show chosen by the group from options provided by our teaching artists.  There will be whole group instruction followed by small group and individual hands-on experiences.  The final Friday will have an open house to share their work with families. This camp is PERFECT for anyone interested in creating theatre magic backstage!

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TIP Mainstage: Technical Theater Specialty – Scenic Design (Ages 14-18)
This one-week Tech Theatre Specialty Camp will focus on the scenic design elements that create the physical space of a show and explore the scenic designers role on the directing team.  Participants will dive deep into the design process for a show chosen by the group from options provided by the teaching artists. There will be whole group instruction followed by small group and individual hands-on experiences.  Participants will have an opportunity to share their design with TIP staff in a mock design presentation.

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***Don't forget you will need to create JCPRD login to ActiveNet to register for classes!***