1 Day Acting Workshop (for external students) in English or German
5 - 11 yrs
wir freuen uns, Ihnen ankündigen zu dürfen, dass wir, das Galli Theater am Martin Luther King Day einen Theaterkurs an der German School Brooklyn anbieten dürfen.
Der Kurs ermöglicht es Ihren Kindern, auf spielerische Art und Weise die Märchen zu erleben, und sie in Ihren Alltag zu integrieren. Bitte packen Sie Wasser, einen Snack (Nut free) und Lunch (Nut free) für ihre Kinder. Um 15h gibt es eine kleine Aufführung für die Eltern.
We are very excited to announce that the Galli Theater will be offering a one day theater camp on Martin Luther King Day at the German School Brooklyn. Please pack your child a nut free snack, lunch and water.
The theater class allows your children to act out fairytales in a playful way and integrate them into their daily life. At 3pm there will be a small performance for the parents.
We will be offering one group in German & one in English
MLK, January 15th 2018
Camp Hours: 9am - 3pm
Note: We need a minimum of 12 children for the camp to take place.
German School Brooklyn
17 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11238
About this provider
We are a small theater with a lot to offer.
We throw some of the best birthday parties in the city! With several packages to choose from, we have the party to fit your needs.
With interactive fairytale shows that make your children laugh and keep them engaged, we are your weekend destination for kids.
Does your little one want to take the stage! Our weekly ongoing Acting classes and Camps offer the room to create and grow.
More theater in schools! multifaceted school program offers educational theater youth and teenager with topics like health and diet, recycling and environmental awareness and substance abuse.
Sprechen Sie deutsch? Our German program offers shows, classes and camps year round in the German language.
Parlez-vous français? Look out for our upcoming shows and camps in French.
The Dr. Fairytale program takes our workshops and performances into hospitals, shelters and other institutions serving children who would otherwise not be able to see theater.