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Putting on a Play with Susie Anne Bartsch

Students will create their own theatrical production, either writing their own scripts, using an existing play or improvising. They will learn about the key components of putting on a play and what makes a show interesting to an audience
Susie Anne can work with teachers and students on a project that they are already developing to help get ready for their final performance
See also: Mask and Puppet-Building with Susie Anne Bartsch

Grade Suitability:

K-12

Maximum Class Size:

25 max

Time Required:

2 hour minimum and can be up to 30 hours for larger scale projects

Material Required:

Materials used will be based on time available, budget and age and ability of students

Material Cost:

Supplies can be provided by the instructor at low cost and/or sourced from available school supplies

Language of Instruction:

English

Communities:

All

Availability:

January to June

Susie Anne Bartsch

Susie Anne Bartsch has been passionate about theatre, performance, mask-building and puppets since she learned such things existed as a child. She grew up in the heart of a professional theatre community in British Columbia working with such companies as the celebrated Caravan Farm Theatre in Armstrong, BC. She apprenticed in props, masks and set construction through the Western Canada Theatre Company in Kamloops, studied theatre at UVic and has worked professionally ever since as a props builder, giant puppet maker, production manager and teacher. She loves creating an environment for kids and adults to explore the magical world of theatre in all its aspects.

Susie Anne also teaches Nia Technique, a dance movement program incorporating great music, martial arts, and dance choreography suitable for all ages.

Contact: 867- 667-7266 or 867- 335-3442

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