2017 Tennessee Valley Theatre Workshop encourages creativity

Great group of youth assemble for group pic on last day of the drama workshop at Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City.(Photo:GaryBolden/RheaReview)

Over 50 campers and leaders attend TVT drama workshop in Spring City

June 2017

Spring City, TN — The 2017 Tennessee Valley Theatre Workshop encouraged creativity and imagination for the young people in attendance.  There were children from Kindergarten up to 6th grade in attendance.  Kids were separated into age appropriate groups and counselors worked with children on creativity, imagination, listening, planning and just plain having fun.

There were several fun activities that consisted on pantomimes and other games centered around creativity and teamwork.  This camp went from 9 am to 2 pm daily, a good amount of time for mentors to work with the campers.  On the last day of the workshop the youth put on a show for parents and family.

The youth dressed up in costume related to characters from history and each gave a short narration about the historical figure.  Each age group then performed a short skit/musical to end the day and week.  Great job by the youth and counselors to help develop these young peoples creative skills and teach them how much fun acting can be.  I feel sure we will see several of these young ones on stage at the Tennessee Valley Theatre in the future.

Up next for the young people will be an opportunity to enjoy an Annie Experience on Tuesday, June 27th from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Tennessee Valley Theatre.  Tennessee Valley Theatre is located at 185 Jackson Avenue in downtown Spring City and is a valuable resource for the entire County and surrounding area for those interested in honing their skills in the theater.

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