Theatre games, pantomime and improvisation provide exciting means for learning basic performance skills in movement, voice and imagination. An engaging and nurturing environment for children to create and express themselves. Together students create a play which they present to parents and friends on the last day of class.
Fall 2011 - Saturday, September 24, 2011 - Instructor: Greg Holtz
All classes with be taught at Madison High School, 170 Ridgedale Ave Madison, NJ 07940
Please note: If class attendance numbers are not met by registration deadlines, classes will be cancelled. Don't delay--register today!
If you are a returning student, check the circle next to "Returning Student" on the registration page to receive returning student discount.
Fall Playmakers Class
Saturdays, 10:30am-12:00pm, 10 classes
October 1 - December 17, 2011
(No class on November 12 and November 26)
Tuition is $275 ($250 for returning students)
Gregory Holtz is a writer/actor with an extensive background in theater, film and tv/video. A native of Chester PA, Gregory received a B.F.A from Howard University’s Dept. of Drama in 1977. Among his professional acting credits are Jonin’ (off- Broadway), Michael Jackson’s Bad (music video), America’s Most Wanted (television) and Heavy (feature film). His writing credits include Black Codes from the Underground, (a Lincoln Center Director’s Lab production 1999), Chicken Special (a screenplay) and Lifeline (premiered in New York 2007). In 2008 Gregory was a Cultural Envoy to South Africa teaching playwriting while also developing his new play South Africans-Americans at Johannesburg’s Market Theatre which will go into production in the spring of 2011.
Gregory has served as a Teaching Artist for numerous arts organizations including, New Jersey State Council for the Arts, Playwright's Theater of New Jersey, NJPAC, the New York Shakespeare Festival's Playwriting in the Schools Program, Arts Genesis, VSA, Community Works, Mind Builders-Positive Youth Troupe, New York University's Creative Arts Team, The Children's Art Carnival, and Theater for the Forgotten's Changing Scenes. He has also taught Drama in the Newark Public Schools and currently holds a Standard Certification as a Teacher of Theater in New Jersey.