Virtual Camp: On-the-Spot: Imaginative and Improvisational Theater
Provider: Roving Rogue Productions
During the centennial, community members, including local children, performed a historical pageant taking on the roles of figures from Marietta’s past and using imagination to transport themselves into the shoes of persons who lived 100 years ago. Through theater they were able to bring history to life. In the late 19th century, entertainment in the home and especially for children relied heavily on imagination. In this activity, campers will learn the basics of how imagination provides the groundwork for improvisational theater. After a brief demonstration, they will then break off into small groups and create their own improvised scenes which will be performed for the group.
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