Our Greek Play
Who Stole My Thunderbolts?
Things to coach your child on - VOLUME, facing the audience, being expressive, and gesturing.
Our synchronized dance (flash mob) is coming along. I am loving everything about this class right now. All 18 boys jumped into this with such enthusiasm. I have posted an instructional video and a performance video on my website. We only do the first 1:30 of the performance video. Any extra time - tee it up and put them in front of a mirror.
no need to arrive early. The doors will be locked until 6:50. There will be plenty of seating available. We will start when everyone has arrived. The play lasts about 50 minutes. The children should arrive in costume.
Afterwards, we always have a small party. I ask each family to bring a Greek dish to share. This is a little bit tricky this year with our food allergies, but I don't want to end the tradition. It gives us all an opportunity to compliment the children on their performances and to celebrate the moment. Head on over to the Food Network...
Please remember to bring utensils, bowls, etc. that might be needed to enjoy your contribution. I will provide napkins, small plates, juice, and cups.