Dates: January 12 – March 16
Time: Wednesdays, 5:45 PM – 7:15 PM
Instructor: Sydney Keenan & Clayton Plamondon
A fun way to learn the basics of acting. You will play theatre games that help teach the basics of the theatrical process. From improvisation to script analysis, you will touch on the elements that are used to create performance. Use your imagination to unlock your creative potential! No experience needed!
Sydney is currently a student at the University of Alberta studying Drama and Education. She has spent time both on and off stage in various capacities and is always excited to learn new things. She started at the Foote Theatre School as a volunteer and is grateful for the opportunity and ability to teach and share her love of the arts.
Clayton Plamondon is a local improviser, actor, and writer. He’s toured across Alberta with Kompany Family Theatre, is a writer for Blackout Sketch Comedy, and has recently written and acted in the show The Part which was recently produced for the ADFA one act festival in Edmonton. His recent credits include Bed Bug Bossa Nova by Gerald Osborne, and Cut by Lyle Victor Albert, which went on to compete in the ADFA provincials in Medicine Hat.