Saturday gives the teens a chance to go renegade! Make sure to register for this exciting chance to have your voice heard:
Renegade TEENS Workshop Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015, 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. MICA Gallery Presented by Rico Bruce Wade Renegade TEENS is all about acting and improvisation. Participants will create, and then perform, their own special, original work in a single day! The workshop involves an ensemble of high school students who will collaborate in creating a one-act play. The group will use theatre games to develop characters, themes, plot and environments, and craft them into a unique piece of theatre with writing and rehearsing done before presenting the public performance of their work. The performance takes place at 5:00 p.m. at MICA Gallery. This free workshop is open to any interested teen, and lunch is provided at no cost. Space is limited so reserve your spot now! For more information and reservations, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Teen Workshop Facilitator RICO BRUCE
WADE is a veteran actor, improviser and comedian. His recent work
includes the Ixion Ensemble production of Top Dog/Underdog, the Clarence
Brown Theatre production of Master Harold… and the boys, Farmers Alley
Theatre’s production of The Whipping Man, and the CAP production of Fences.
He also had award-winning roles in Williamston Theatre’s production of Blue
Door and in the 435 Production film American Terrorist. He worked
extensively with the Second City-Detroit, collaborating on over a dozen revues
including Greetings from Viagra Falls, One Nation Undecided, and SC-D's
first workshop production, Blah Blah Sista' Hood. While there, he
was co-producer of the television series "Film Fest 7 with the Second
City." When he’s not acting, Rico teaches with the Detroit Creativity
Project and the Michigan Actors Studio.