Classes for Adults

Dream- Tale Theatre

Grades 12-Adult
10/28/2019 – 11/11/2019
6:00-8:45 p.m.
265 Sisson Rd.

Dream Tale Theatre
This series advances how the nighttime dream is an unexpected source of daily
guidance and a fountain of personal creative energy. In this 3-part workshop a small troupe of dreamers will troop off into the luminous land of the nighttime dream. Using enactment, movement, arts/sound-making, meditation and imagining.  B.E. Johnson, Expressive Therapist and candidate for Transpersonal Drama Therapy, will invite each student, with the help of peers, to enact two short dreams. One dream from ‘way back’ and one recent meaningful dream will mysteriously integrate a message from ‘Dream Maker’ which directly inspires our current drama.

Comedy Improv for Adults

Grades 12- Adult
6:30-8:30 p.m.
105 Division st.

Comedy Improv For Adults
What Is improv? If you’re familiar with “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” you are familiar with improvisational comedy, making the laughs up as you go along. Comedy and fun suitable for everyone! Whether a seasoned performer or someone who’s never been onstage, you will love this class! Improv is not only for actors, if your looking to improve your public speaking, your confidence or just vent after a long work week, Improv is right for you. This class is fun and supportive, and we will help you reach your goal, whatever that may be.

Introduction to Theatre of the Oppressed

Grades 9 – Adult
Saturday 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
105 Division st.

Introduction to Theatre of the Oppressed

Sponsored by the GALE Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation

In this workshop Ellie Friedland will lead participants through Boal’s basic games and exercises designed for actors and non-actors alike, in an atmosphere of fun, play and critical reflection. Theatre of the Oppressed games, exercises, and Image Theatre work, emphasize physical dialogues, non-verbal imagery, problem-solving processes, and techniques for developing awareness of both external and internalized forms of oppression. Image Theater is a powerful tool for developing dialogue, critical thinking, and group coherence. It uses the actor’s body to create images that help participants explore power relations and group solutions to concrete problems.

The educational programs offered at CCTC|HJT are brought to you in part by Seaside LeMans, The Race for the Cape Cod Community.