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Triple Threat Theatre 23-24

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Triple Threat Theatre

Participation Fee


160,00€

This is an energetic, informative and fun theatre course for adults 16+ years of age. The aim is for participants to build skills in acting, dance and singing allowing them to become « Triple Threat » performers. Aimed at both beginners and more experienced performers.

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When

12 weeks

Mondays 19:30 - 21:00

4th March - 17th June 2024

Performances
Course 2: finishing in March
Salle Polyvalente
Sunday 3rd March 18:30

TMP
Dress rehearsal Wed May 15th
Performance Thurs May 16th 19:00

Course 3: Salle Polyvalente
Performance Sunday 16th June 19:00

Where

Salle du Quai, 1 Imp. de la Gare, 31820 Pibrac, France

Course Description

Course 2/ Musical Theatre Choruses 


Performance TMP, Pibrac 16th May 19:00


Course 3/ Stage Play - Rogue's Gallery 

12 weeks 160€

The participants will hone their acquired theatre skills and rehearse mini scenes of a larger mystery play which will be performed with our theatre for teens group in an end of year public performance.


Dates:

March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

April 22nd, 29th

May 6th, 13th, 27th

June 3rd, 10th, 17th

Performance June 16th Salle Polyvalente, Pibrac 19:00



Rogues' Gallery

A 'Who Didn't Do It?' Mystery by by Rachel Bublitz, Tyler Dwiggins, Kathryn Funkhouser, Patrick Greene, Elissa C. Huang, Carrie McCrossen, Ian McWethy, Jason Pizzarello, & Maria Pretzl

Two hapless security guards must investigate who destroyed the art gallery's prize sculpture - but every suspect caused mayhem that day, from would-be art thieves and confused tourists, to fumbling custodians and fiendish pranksters. Whodunnit? The better question is, who didn't? And can the guards come up with a really good excuse before the artist comes back? This is an hilarious build-your-own mystery play where the show will be constructed with any combination of components and optional interludes. Includes: Midnight Bandits by Rachel Bublitz, Fancy People Like Fondue by Maria Pretzl Pranksy by Elissa C. Huang, The Sketch Pod by Tyler Dwiggins Mayonnaise Mayonnaise by Patrick Greene ,The Participant by Jason Pizzarello The Art Dealer is Impressed by Carrie McCrossen, The Collector by Kathryn Funkhouser Two Ships Passing by Ian McWethy






More About the Activity Group

Eve Hirsch is an experienced international concert and stage vocal artist. After graduating with a Bachelor of Music (University of Auckland) she went on to complete a Graduate Diploma of Vocal Performance (Queensland Conservatorium) and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 1999. She has performed solo with many orchestras, including to an audience of 6000, with the New Zealand Symphony. On the theatrical stage, she has appeared in professional productions of both musical and operatic works, ranging from South Pacific to Madam Butterfly.
Eve has enjoyed an international teaching career and is an experienced teacher. Since moving to Toulouse she has been running her own private music studio Butterfly Vocal as well has being employed by the Conservatoire à rayonnement régional de Toulouse, the International School of Toulouse and the Mairie de Pibrac. She is active as a musical director, stage director and choral conductor of a pop/rock choir Vocal 31. She is currently furthering her studies towards a MA in Professional Practice Voice Pedagogy.

Peter Hammer is a professional performer, choreographer, and teacher based in Toulouse, France. For over 10 years, he has devoted his professional dance career to learning, dancing, and teaching the Jump Rhythm® Technique an unique American art form that combines jazz and tap dance with “scat” singing and body percussion to create an energetic expression of whole-body emotion and rhythm. He began dancing when he was 14 and went on to receive a degree in Dance Performance and Choreography from Hope College, in Holland, Michigan. In 2007, Peter began working with Jump Rhythm Jazz Project, an Emmy award-winning Chicago dance company. As a company member, he performed, choreographed, and taught workshops and masterclasses in Finland, Spain, France, and throughout the US. At the end of 2017, Peter received a “Passeport Talent” visa to teach dance and perform in France. Now, his focus is directed to introducing the Jump Rhythm Technique in France, with classes, workshops, and performances in Toulouse and other cities through his association, Association Rythme Américain, and dance company, Sounds of the SOL..

Who's Involved?

Eve Hirsch

Activity Leader and Course Presenter
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Peter Hammer

Course Presenter
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We'd be happy to answer any questions from finding out more about this project, asking about payments to learning about our association! Feel free to use the links below to write to us and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

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