Silvermoon Children’s Theatre ‘Turbo Day’ Thursday
The Silvermoon Children’s Theatre in downtown Texarkana will host a Turbo Day workshop for kids ages 8-14 Thursday.
This one day workshop will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for kids to brainstorm different ideas and characters that go along with the days discussed theme. Kids will create their own skit, song, scene as well as a costume piece and will perform for parents when they pick them up at the end of the day.
What is the Silvermoon Children’s Theatre all about?
Prompted by a desire to help build healthy, happy people by investing in our community’s young people and having a non-profit mindset, SCT cultivates creativity under control using the dramatic arts by channeling the innate talents of the young to provide entertaining, uplifting children’s theatre that enriches audiences and participants alike.
Journey with us to a galaxy not so far way to a place where young stars are encouraged and nurtured to shine brightly. Businesses and individuals may choose how they wish to support SCT … maximize tickets or maximize advertising dollars.
SCT’s Premiere Production was Seussical, Jr., running 2/27 through 3/3/2014. Its seven performances were performed to sellout crowds. Other shows in the premiere SCT season are Once Upon a Palooza, set to feature plays conceived by area youth, and The Fantastic Mr. Fox, by Roald Dahl. And, JUST ANNOUNCED, are exciting plans for Mini-Shows and Turbo Days during summer 2014! For information, please check out SCT’s Facebook page.
The mission of SCT is to provide entertaining, professional quality theatre, performed by children for audiences of all ages. We educate, challenge and inspire youth, support the learning environment, and build strong community values.
Life training in disguise.
SCT seeks to be a model of excellence in theatre. We provide a professional quality performance arena encompassing all aspects of theatre, both technical and artistic. We develop the skills of teamwork, self confidence, and collaboration in members.
The cost for this workshop is $40. To get a registration form, email: firstname.lastname@example.org