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We teach the students a song from the show on the first day of camp that they may use for their audition. Student are encouraged to audition, but it is not required, unless they would like a lead role. Some roles may only need to read from the script, if they do not have singing solos. Additionally a short dance will be taught. Auditions are structured to provide a supportive atmosphere where students are encouraged to be brave, positive, and willing to learn. No previous experience is needed. We will make sure every student is excited about their role and will have a highlighted moment in the show.
Each student must bring their own lunch , water bottle, and snack each day.
Space is limited and registrations are taken on a first come, first served basis. We will have a waitlist, in case of cancellations. TYP offers a payment plan to help you with your family budget.
Drop off is every morning from 8:30am-9am. Pick up is every afternoon from 3pm-3:30pm, unless you sign up for the extended day hours from 3:30pm-5pm.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about theatre and film fight choreography with Jordan Miller, co-founder of TYP and Resident Fight Director. Each day learn a new style and present a finished fight in a showcase on the last day of class at 2pm for family and friends. The full week is $300 or choose a single day for $65. Class takes place at the TYP Rehearsal Space at 7016 University Avenue, La Mesa, CA 91942.
Each day of this acting intensive will concentrate on a different technique and/or style of acting. The full week is $300 or choose a single day for $65. Class takes place at the TYP Rehearsal Space at 7016 University Avenue, La Mesa, CA 91942.
Overview of how to learn any accent, with a focus on RP, or Standard British, led by Jordan Miller.
TYP guest master teacher Alice Olsher taught the history and application of the Alexander Technique, followed by a movement improv workshop led by Jordan.
From punching to falling down, Jordan taught the most important techniques for "Unarmed" stage combat.
Jessica Couto taught the fundamentals of music theory and singing technique.
A workshop version of Jordan's popular Intermediate Acting Class, "Stagecraft", which highlights how to deliver text dramatically and effectively to the audience.