Story Explorers

Preschool-Pre-K
02/06/2019, 02/13/2019, 03/06/2019
Monday
9:30-11:30 a.m.
$20, pay by the class

Story Explorers

New adventures await each week with the Story Explorers! Using favorite literature for young people and our imaginations we will make characters, environments and ideas come alive. New themes are explored each week and there are crafts to accompany stories.

Creative Movement

Pre-K-K
01/26/2019 – 04/06/2019
Saturday
9:30-11:00 a.m.
105 Division St.
$200.00

Creative Movement

Fun is the goal. A delightful class to encourage the youngest children to explore the environment through guided play and the use of the imagination. Children learn to value self-expression through rhythm, games to develop coordination, sequencing exercises, pantomime, visual art, storybooks, songs, and dances.

Broadway Kids

Grades 4-6
01/26/2019 – 04/06/2019
Saturday
11:00-12:30 a.m.
105 Division st.
$225.00

Broadway Kids

Sing, Dance, Act, and DO — all at the same time? Love to act but do your knees turn to jelly during a singing audition? In this class, have fun bringing to songs what you already know about acting. You learn range, diction, pitch, and more to help you sing with expression and confidence. Discover how to move to the beat and the words to bring the song alive. Includes a final demonstration of course work. Great add-on for Creative Drama II.

Songwriting

Grades 8-12
01/31/2019 – 04/11/2019
Thursday
4:30-6:30 p.m.
105 Division St.
$225.00

Songwriting

Put that tune that has been running around your head on paper! Have you ever thought of a wonderful phrase and thought…that could be a lyric! 2018 Grammy Nominated singer, Dana McCoy will work with students to help them compose their own songs. Dana has topped international Billboard Charts and has helped people who have never written a song before create wonderful pieces. All levels welcome.

Technical Theatre Workshop

Grades 5-8
105 Division st.
$200.00

Technical Theatre Workshop

A hands-on workshop! Students work on specific projects based on their skill-level and age. In this workshop, students participate in set construction, scenic painting, lighting, props and other technical aspects of our main stage production, Madeline’s Christmas. Fun design elements for this show include how to make a magic carpet fly! Students receive training from the theatre’s technical director and the shows directors and designers. Wear your paint clothes!

Creative Drama I

Grades 1-3
01/26/2019 – 04/06/2019
Saturday
9:30-11:00 a.m.
105 Division St.
$200.00

Creative Drama I

This class begins the exciting journey of the budding actor. Children experience developmentally appropriate theatre games and dramatizations of stories that build the skills and discipline, spark the imagination, nurture creativity, and inspire empathy. The class also focuses on enhancing students’ communication skills and self-confidence. Young people are encouraged to repeat Creative Drama workshops within their age range as each class increases understanding while using new material.

Dream Tale Theatre

Grades 12-Adult
02/04/2019 – 02/25/2019
Monday
6:30-8:30 p.m.
105 Division st.
$125.00

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 4 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.

Creative Drama II

Grades 4-6
01/26/2019 – 04/06/2019
Saturday
9:30-11:00 a.m.
105 Division st.
$200.00

Creative Drama II

This class enhances theatre skills through carefully crafted exercises and dramatizing stories and short plays. Students focus on character development using improvisation and script work to develop their craft. Actors are encouraged to repeat their participation in in Creative Drama workshops within their age range as each class deepens understanding while introducing new material. A demonstration concludes each session.

Teen Acting

Grades 9-12
01/29/2019 – 04/09/2019
Tuesday
4:00-6:00 p.m.
105 Division st.
$225.00

Teen Acting

Acting students focus on developing roles through scenes from plays and explore different methods for learning the skills of the professional actor. Students build on basic acting techniques to analyze texts for beats, subtext, and character motivation. They apply technique and vocabulary to analyze and voice constructive criticism with peers and instructors.

Acting and Improv

Grades 5-8
02/01/2019-04/12/2019
Friday
4:30-6:00 p.m.
105 Division st.
$200.00

Acting & Improv

Tickle your own funny bone with timing, rhythm and saying yes! Create characters and stories on the spot. Explore the world of comedy using improvisation, schtick and comic timing. Students will focus on character development using improvisation and script work to hone their craft!

Comedy Improv for Adults

Grades 12- Adult
02/05/2019-04/09/2019
Tuesday
6:30-8:30 p.m.
105 Division st.
$225.00

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.

Dream Incubation/An Immersion Weekend

Ages 18+
1/11/19-1/13/19
Includes overnight, lodging,meals
(excluding Sat PM meal)
$365.00

Dream Incubation/ An Immersion Weekend with Dr. Edward Tick and B.E. Johnson, Expressive Therapist, LMHC

Dr. Edward Tick, author of The Practice of Dream Healing, Bringing Ancient Greek Mysteries into Modern Medicine, is known for his devotion to treating the invisible wounds of war. He highlights the holistic teachings of the Greek god of healing, Asklepios, whose healing practices dominated for 2000 years with temples from Asia Minor to Greece. The Asklepian tradition is the origin of medicine and psychotherapy in the Western world, whose most noted student, Hippocrates, is the founder of scientific medicine. Central to Asklepian healing is dream incubation, whereby the patient undergoes holistic rituals to receive a healing dream. Dr. Tick shares the tradition’s impact upon Jungian psychology, his patients and his own life. After 25 years of leading pilgrimages to holy sites in Greece, Dr. Tick now invites Asklepios to visit America, originating on Cape Cod. After his lecture, Dr. Tick will perform a staged reading from his original play about the Greek cynic philosopher and truth teller, Diogenes, entitled “The Man in the Jar,” first staged in Athens, Greece.

These events introduce a special immersion weekend (Jan. 12 & 13) led by Dr. Tick, into the Asklepian Healing Tradition, with a Saturday overnight incubation.

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