PREVIOUS CLASSES OFFERED AT SINGLE CARROT
The Art of Play: A Clown Workshop
Taught by Sandi Carroll
Banish what you know of the word “clown.” Clown is: Serious Play. Rigorous Truth.
Living to the edge of our imaginations. In this class we will explore a wide range of tools
that will help you to play as if your life depended on it, to risk breaking the rules and
being a fool, to learn the art of stupidity and the beauty of simplicity, to go beyond the
bounds of normal and access the transcendent hilarity, tragedy and truth that exists inside
Taught by Kevin Griffin Moreno
Storytelling is our species’ most unique and indelible gift. Since the very beginnings of language, humans have used stories to forge relationships with each other and find meaning in the world around them. Join storyteller Kevin Griffin Moreno, host of The Potluck storytelling and arts series, for a lively, interactive workshop designed to help you find your storytelling voice. Share your words with others, and learn how to engage a group while painting a verbal picture.
Taught by Rich Espey
Join one of Baltimore’s most produced and talented playwrights and explore tools and tips for putting your story to paper.
We’ll work on several different writing exercises which will unlock your subconscious mind to find out what you really want to write about. We’ll work to open you up to assignment writing service writing theatrically instead of realistically, and we’ll address specific questions you have about playwriting.
Feel free to email Rich ahead of time (firstname.lastname@example.org) with specific requests for things you’d like to learn or work on during this class.
Taught By SCT Ensemble Member Nathan Fulton
Design is a hugely important factor in exploring the world of any given play or production. Allow the play to come to life by learning the basics of set design. Perfect for students, those new to theatre, or professionals who want a deeper understanding of how the world of the play is created.
OPEN TAP CLASS
With Batya Feldman
This class is for first-time and seasoned tappers – all levels are welcome! Experienced tapper Batya Feldman will warm you up, lead you through fun exercises, show you new moves, and teach you the choreography from 42nd Street’s famous opening number. You’ll come away from this 2 hour session with a solid foundation in basic tap and some seriously fancy footwork to break out at your next cocktail party. Students without tap shoes are encouraged to wear sneakers instead.