OTA offers winter break theatre workshop for children

SEQUIM — Olympic Theatre Arts will offer a one-week theater workshop for youth ages 6 to 18 beginning Monday.

The workshop will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, running through Dec. 30, at the Olympic Theatre Arts Center, 414 N. Sequim Ave.

For tuition information, and to find a registration form, see www.olympic theatrearts.org.

Tuition assistance is available for those unable to attend for financial reasons.

The OTA business office will be closed today, but registrations at the door will be accepted.

Third winter workshop

This is the third winter workshop offered by OTA.

“Defining Your Shape” will be taught by Bonne Smith and Danny Willis.

“We will be exploring spatial awareness on stage,” Smith said.

“The actors will discover how to project themselves onto the theater stage landscape through knowledge of how to follow stage directions.”

A day will be devoted to an auditioning practicum where “wands are not necessary but may be used,” Smith said.

The workshop will conclude with a staged showcase presentation for invited guests where the group will be able to practice their skills before a live audience.

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