Eric Wolfram's Films: California Musical Theatre: Reel 020813_3

Backstage pass acting. Inside small room
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Backstage pass acting. Inside small room, different group of boys in acting class participating in tongue twisters
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A lot of laughing, kids playing a skit called "Yes, and" where they continue a scene (Whose Line is it, Anyway?)
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From outside the room in acting class
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Writing class. Kids sharing stories they wrote and teacher talking. Two girls reading their story then another girl reading her story.
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Kids acting out charades in front of everyone. From outside small room of singing class.
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As they practice some singing
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Four girls practicing a skit to perform
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Singing a song. * Good audio. Shot of Jennie Reuter singing (girl we interviewed).
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Girls singing in class and Meleva and pianist assisting
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dance class
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Inside dance class room. Dancing with music in background. Smiles, laughing. *
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Good interaction between Joann and kids
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Interview with Meleva -- singing teacher
Talks about what she works on with kids.
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Her goal is for kids to come away with a sense of success*
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To come away with a better knowledge of music
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To let them know that the body is an instrument, drinking water, take care of instrument
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Talks about variety of experiences
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Parents want kids to come out of their shell.
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To her, a successful camp is kids knowing more about theatre. Laughed, had a good time. *
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Speaks about teenagers and how they fit in better for her.
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Speaks about different voice changes
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Speaks about quality of singing voice, and how having a beautiful voice is not too important
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Teaches that communication is important to be able to understand words
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Talks about
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Interview with Lynn Baker (acting teacher).
Says Camp Music Circus has been going well. Talks about differences between younger kids.
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Her goal is to teach kids how to be seen and heard.
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To teach kids how to have fun
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Talks about exercises she uses to help kids relax
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Being seen
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Still talking about exercises, using drums
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*Wants to tap into root of creativity
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*To help find emotions to act out
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Wants kids to develop confidence and * that they're great kids
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That kids can have a comfortable great time.
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Theatre helps kids realize that being different is okay
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Talks about progress from yesterday to today from coming out of their shells
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Interview with Darryl (writing teacher)
Wrote scripts for Camp Music Circus last two years In 55:21
Wants to give opportunity to put something on paper
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Talks about first day, and today and want they have and will work on.
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Wants kids to leave with an understanding and enjoyment. Consider as ganre for writing. To take it a step, maybe write a play
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Saw good humor and creativity
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Interview with Joann (ballet teacher)
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Her goals are to healthily respect musical theatre as an art form
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Also to understand and respect performers, also for kids to learn patience
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To get teenagers to break through (coolness)
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Wants kids to have strong bodies and to warm up correctly and to build strength
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End reel

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