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520 S 3rd St
Carbondale, CO 81623


Afternoon Enrichment Classes


Afternoon Enrichment Classes


Acting 101/Voice and Movement

Taught by Gerald DeLisser

Study and practice in the essentials of the art and craft of acting. Emphasis will be given to observation, ensemble work, and character development, and all will be explored through scene and monologue study, class activities, and theatre games.

1:00 to 2:00, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, beginning on September 12th


Beginning Tap

Taught by Alexandra Jerkunica of Bonedale Ballet

Tap classes are designed to develop rhythm, style and sound. Students will learn a variety of tap styles from Broadway to Rhythm tap. Exercises focus on building flexibility of the knee and ankles, coordination, and speed of movement. The class emphasis is on developing proper tap technique, producing clear tap sounds, and having fun. As students progress through each level curriculum will become increasingly more complex and intricate.

2:00 to 3:00, Tuesdays, beginning on September 12th



Taught by Anthony Jerkunica of Bonedale Ballet

Students will learn classical ballet technique and vocabulary in a professional and fun setting, both at the barre & center. Grace, fluidity, musicality, artistic expression, coordination, and creativity are some of the many benefits in which students will enjoy.

2:00 to 3:00, Thursdays, beginning on September 14

Sewing 101

Taught by Tammy Girardot

Introduction to costume construction technology, including sewing, pattern reading and draping, through classroom and hands-on work, plus the basics of hand sewing and pattern design.

2:00 to 3:00, Wednesdays, beginning on September 14


Costume Design

Taught by Ginny Bultman

Exploration of the role of the costume designer in the design and production process. Building upon skills learned in Sewing 101 and through script and character analysis, students begin to develop the visual design of clothing for a play using line, color, silhouette, texture, etc. Project work focuses on developing research and rendering skills, as well as budgeting and allocation of costume technology assets.

1:00 to 3:00, Fridays, beginning September 15


Taught by Pam Porter

Interaction with art elements, line, form, space, value, texture, pattern, and color, using limited media.

1:00 to 3:00, Mondays, beginning September 11