Preschool Theatre Workshops offered at Wayne Theatre

wayne theatreThe Wayne Theatre is offering two preschool theatre workshops that will encourage kids to flex their creative muscles.

The “Creating Together” workshop, aimed at ages 2-3 and parents and caregivers, will help youngsters gained confidence as well as to develop social, motor, and imaginative problem-solving skills.

The “Little Stars” workshop is for 4- to 5-year-olds, with emphasis on creative play, movement, storytelling, and music, teaching students to create characters, explore new worlds, and to embrace their own little inner stars.

The workshops will be taught by Lesley Larsen, who teaches theatre and acting at James Madison University, has performed with the American Shakespeare Center, and taught at the Imagination Stage Theatre Camp at the Wayne Theatre in 2018.

“We’re excited to have Lesley back to lead our preschool theatre workshops,” said Tracy Straight, the executive director of the Wayne Theatre.

“These classes help children develop important skills and gain confidence at a crucial stage of childhood development. This is an important part of what we do at the Wayne in terms of our educational mission,” Straight said.

“Creating Together” Preschool Workshop
Ages 2-3 and their parent/caregiver
Tuesday mornings 10:30-11 a.m.
Fees: $40 per session/$12 single day
Session 1: April 9-30, 2019 (Tuesdays)
Session 2: May 7-28, 2019 (Tuesdays)

“Little Stars” Preschool Workshop
For 4-5 year olds
Tuesday mornings 11:15-11:45 a.m.
Fees: $45 per session/$15 single day
Session 1: April 9-30, 2019 (Tuesdays)
Session 2: May 7-28, 2019 (Tuesdays)

For more information, contact the Wayne Theatre at (540) 943-9999 or https://waynetheatre.org/preschool-workshops/



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