Storytelling is an artform and valued as a skill used to captivate audiences with knowledge and creativity. What a better way to express stories than performing them! Students in this class will perform as characters from familiar scenes in stories and fairytales. They will stretch beyond the words on a page and make connections through storytelling and performance. All skill levels welcome.
Students will have a small showcase on the last day of class. Class space is limited.
There will be no classes on the weeks of April 5-9 & April 26-30 , 2021
Elm Street is taking extreme measures to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.
We will be adhering to the following procedures:
- screening temperatures upon arrival
- requiring masks during class
- reducing physical contact
- washing hands regularly
- disinfecting spaces after usage
- maintaining social distancing requirements when applicable
- monitoring COVID-19 related symptoms throughout classes
Please be sure to read the Elm Street In-Person Procedures before registering for class. CLICK HERE to see the full Procedures.
Libby Williams is a graduate from the University of Alabama with a BA in Theatre and Studio Art. She just finished an acting apprenticeship with Horizon Theatre Company this summer. Her recent Elm Street credits include Agnes in She Kills Monsters and Hannah in Puffs! Libby’s latest adventure is co-founding a production company, Studio Below Films. While she loves performing and creating art, working with kids and inspiring the next generation of artists is one of her absolute favorite things!