Session 2 PM: Reader’s Theater
Session 2 PM: June 10 - June 21
Age / grade level: Grades 2-3
Teacher: Mrs. Missy Richey, B.S., M.S., Ed.S
Description: Come to enjoy acting and play productions! This workshop will help young actors enhance skills used while acting. Play writing, costuming, stage crafting, film production, and marketing will be developed. Several group final productions will be filmed and presented for audiences of all ages. Themes of the plays will involve famous Alabama musicians, Alabama Bicentennial events, and fairytales.
Teacher Bio: Mrs. Missy Richey is a Technology Teacher at The Capitol School. She has 28 years of teaching experience in preschool, kindergarten, first grade and fourth grade in Alabama and Tennessee school systems. She also has worked as a teacher and coordinator with Florence City Schools' Homebound k-12 student program for several years. She has created and directed science and social studies children's workshops throughout North Alabama for over twenty-five years. At The University of Alabama, she worked with The Child Development Center and taught classes in children's literature, methods of teaching science, social studies and human development. Mrs. Richey studied at Bishop Grosseteste College in Lincoln, England and High Wych JMI School in Sawbridgeworth, England. Mrs. Richey earned a M.S. and Educational Specialist degree in Early Childhood Education from The University of Alabama and holds a AA level teaching certificate in Alabama and Tennessee.
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