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An ensemble of children fitting their costumes for the play, Alicia, by Elaine Romero & directed by Juan Guerra. (PCT archives photo, 2017) Acting classes for children will be offered at Pharr Community Theater from June 24-29, 2019.
An ensemble of children fitting their costumes for the play, Alicia, by Elaine Romero & directed by Juan Guerra. (PCT archives photo, 2017) Acting classes for children will be offered at Pharr Community Theater from June 24-29, 2019.
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The Pharr Community Theater will offer a 12-hour acting workshop for kids where they will have fun learning about acting and stage direction utilizing games that teach them how to speak clearly and imagine situations for performing. They will also practice skits, improvisations and auditioning. Some students may want to participate with singing and dancing.

Oscar Salinas a sophomore at the University of Texas will instruct a children’s acting workshop at Pharr Community Theater from June 24 through June 29, 2019.
Oscar Salinas a sophomore at the University of Texas will instruct a children’s acting workshop at Pharr Community Theater from June 24 through June 29, 2019.

The class runs from Monday, June, 24 through Saturday, June, 29 from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon, for six consecutive days, at Pharr Community Theater, 213 W Newcombe Ave. Pharr, TX.

Class will be conducted by University of Texas sophomore, Oscar Salinas, who is not only majoring in performance but has been involved with theatre since elementary school. Along with acting on stage, Oscar has also participated in summer camps, UIL meets and workshops in hopes of developing his skills to share his experiences and lessons with others.

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The cost of enrollment is only $75.00 per student. To register and receive a class syllabus and a short instructor bio, call or text 956-655-9308 or message The Pharr Community Theater Co on FB. The class size is limited to 10 students on a first come first serve basis.

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