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Getting onstage for the first time in an acting class can be scary for a child. They might be dramatic in their living room, but when they get on stage in front of an audience, they freeze up. Not to...
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Taylor Phillips has always been dramatic. When she was in preschool she did what she called “A Pizza Play” where she was mouthing everyone else’s lines! Then at seven years old she took her first adventure into acting, an after...
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We are so very proud of Taylor Phillips, a long-time student in our drama classes for kids in Overland Park, for winning an Emmy for “Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series” for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. We had...
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Everyone knows kids love to eat food, but what happens when the food wants to eat the kids? Join us for our new play at our Summer Camp in Overland Park, “Entaco! We don’t taco ’bout burritos!”. Follow the adventure...
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Come try out our Overland Park summer camps! We want your child to be engaged and have fun being dramatic. We write shows to the reading levels of your student. At our drama classes near you, they get enough lines...
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Ms. Katie is returning for her 19th year as Camp Manager at Theatre of the Imagination for our Summer Camp near Overland Park, KS. Our acting classes for kids would not be the same without her unique talents. She has...
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When he took his first drama class at our Summer Camp near Overland Park, KS, a young Jonathan Rosa was wonderfully enthusiastic but very shy. His family had just moved to Overland Park from Louisville, KY, and now he was...
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It’s been 27 months since we’ve had a chance to perform on the stage at Acadamie Lafayette Cherry Campus, but this week we were back! Our After School Drama Club performed “Larry Spotter and the Dragons of Doom”. The kids...
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Want to liven up homework time? Here are three tips on how drama can help with your child’s homework. *Turn an assignment into a play If a student has to give a speech, turn that speech into a play. Dress...
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If you want to find a young person who is changing the world for the better, look no further than Ava.Ava is another winner of a scholarship from the Laura Hay Humphrey Foundation. Through their generous support, Ava was able...
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Check out our latest movie-making birthday party, “The Legend of Hannah the Pop Star”. In our movie making birthday parties, the kids get to make up their own characters and lines. Everyone acts their hearts out for the camera, then...
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So you want to break into the world of movies, TV, and commercials? Then you are going to need headshots. If you have never booked a photographer for headshots, don’t worry. The process can be simple if you use these...
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So your child REALLY wants a part in the school play? Here are 5 steps to help them get that dream role. Need help with your audition? We offer 1-1 private Zoom coaching sessions. $50 for a one hour session....
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The commercial market is booming! Companies are making lots of new commercials, and they need child actors to fill roles. Why is now such a great time for kids to audition? 1.Sales are up Company profits are up, and the...
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They both wrote, directed and starred in their own movies. The network set up interviews with both of them and are now considering making a show on Zoom about them. They could get the opportunity for a professional acting job,...
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Mr. Miles led a drama workshop at the Jewish Community Center in partnership with the PJ Library-Fall Into A Good Book program. Together with a group of about 40 kids, we played drama games, made up silly characters, and shared...
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“When we were looking for acting classes in Kansas City for our two girls, we picked Theatre of the Imagination. We knew one was a theatre kid, and the other one was not. But as it turned out, they both...
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Actors hear the word “No” all too often. The first rule of the acting business is not to take it personally. All successful actors let those “No’s” bounce right off their backs, continuing to move on. Lady Gaga wanted to...
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