We’re having a lot of fun at Performing Pixies, but we only have two students! If you have kids from the ages of 5-10 that enjoy having fun exploring theatre, art, and more, please come and try us out! In addition, if you can’t make it to all the classes in a month, don’t worry about having to pay the full monthly tuition. For single classes, it’s only $15!
So come and join us from 11:00am – 12:30pm at Faith Presbyterian Church, 620 South Shirley Street, Tacoma, WA 98465, to experience a drama class you’ll never forget!
For more information, contact me at:
– Hally Phillips
As a class field trip this past Friday, the Drama Dragons went to see Beauty and the Beast, honoring their performance of this same play last spring. Though we were sadly missing a couple actors, it was a great movie and a great time.
In addition, the details of the performance have been hashed out. It is a joint production of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Drama Dragons) and Cinderella (Stage Centaurs), consecutively. The details are as follows:
Puget Sound Christian Center, 4020 S. 56th St., Tacoma, WA 98409
June 9, 2017 – 7:30pm
June 10, 2017 – 7:00pm
Tickets are $5.00 at pre-sale, and $7.00 at the door. These can be purchased from the actors.
For those of you who would like to advertise, here is a PDF of some fliers we’ve devised: Tom Sawyer Fliers. You can print them out and use them as you wish (also, you might have to wait a minute or so for them to load, depending on your device).
We hope to see you there!
The Drama Dragons have continued their blocking over the past few weeks, and here are some pictures:
In addition, Performing Pixies is in need of more students! If you know anyone with children from the ages of 5-10, please come try out a class! If you’re not sure you can commit to a full month, don’t stress about paying for the full month. If you can only make it to a couple classes a month, the cost is $15 per. Here are some pictures of our rainbow fish adventures and us creating characters with hats:
At the Performing Pixies’ first class last Friday, we read a short story dramatically and then acted it out from memory. Following that, we played a great game called Whoosh. It was very fun to see everybody get into the game and play together. Afterward, we did a small craft project and made little hedgehogs. The hedgehogs were quite interesting and showed each person’s special brand of creativity. I had a good time and I hope everybody else is also looking forward to the next class.
Performing Pixies is almost here! If you have creative, homeschooled children from the ages of 5 – 10 who are interested in art, drama, or just having fun, come to Faith Presbyterian Church, 620 South Shirley St. Tacoma, WA 98465 on March 3 (this Friday) from 11:00am – 12:30pm and join us for our first Pixies class!
Please contact me if you have questions about this program and what it entails. I will be happy to answer anything you ask! I hope to see you there!
– Hally Phillips
Hello, Drama Dragons family! As of last Friday, The Drama Dragons have decided on a script to perform. We will be doing an old classic… The Adventures of Tom Sawyer! Put the date on your calendars: June 9 and 10; time and location are TBD. We’d love to have you come and be entertained by a bunch of kids with soothing, Southern drawls!
The cast list is as follows:
Tom Sawyer – Caleb
Jeff Thatcher – Gabrielle
Judge Thatcher – Jacob
Becky Thatcher – Maggie
Aunt Polly – Sienna
Sid Sawyer – Gabriel
Mary – Haily
Ben Rogers/Doc Robinson – Daniel
Amy Lawrence – Juliana
Lyda Hollis – Jessica
Widow Douglas/Teacher – Emmalyssa
Preacher/Muff Potter – Tyler
Huckleberry Finn – Seanan
Injun Joe – Noah
The Performing Pixies is a branch of The Drama Dragons program that allows homeschooled children from the ages of 5 – 10 to experience acting, puppetry, and much more! The first class will be held on March 3rd from 11:00am – 12:30pm at Faith Presbyterian Church, 620 South Shirley St. Tacoma, WA 98465. If you’re interesting in allowing your child(ren) to build their creativity and have fun learning, come play with us!
For a more detailed description of the Performing Pixies program, see Pixie Performers on The Drama Dragons website.
Now that we are in the New Year, the Drama Dragons have begun reading scripts. We hope to have chosen one to perform by the end of the month. So far, we have read an original script, Out in the Woods, which will be performed at Summer Dragons, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The class had quite a fun time attempting to speak in Southern accents.
Over the past couple of weeks, the Centaurs have been working on play selection. We decided that we would produce a Cinderella story, but we weren’t sure which version we wanted to do, as the “Cinderella Story” exists in many different cultures. We spent some time learning about the history of Cinderella, finding out that the earliest Cinderella story dates back as far as ancient Egypt! We’ve read several scripts now and soon we will decide which one we will use. Here’s a couple pictures of us reading scripts:
The Summer Dragons dates have been set! The camp will last from July 8-16, 2017, at Thousand Trails in Chehalis. We will be performing Out in the Woods, an original script written by Hally Phillips.
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The Drama Dragons Christmas party went great! We started off by playing a fun game that challenged our direction-giving skills. Two people sat back-to-back, and one person had to describe a picture while the other person drew it. It was quite entertaining to see some of the results. We listened to Jacob theatrically read a twisted Christmas story called “Santa’s Twin.” When everyone had arrived, we ate potluck junk food and did a Secret Elf gift exchange. Below are some pictures of the events.
Styling The Sunglasses
Reading The Story
Secret Elf Gift Exchange
Secret Elf Gift Exchange
The Drawing Game
We had a lot of fun at our Centaurs Christmas party! We played Christmas music while creating snowglobes out of foam snowmen, markers, and plates, then we had Mr. Bond come and read the story “A Cajun Christmas” in a Cajun accent. After the story, we exchanged presents in our white elephant. Hally brought beautiful ornaments for everybody. Finally, we ate snacks and desserts while exchanging Christmas jokes. It was a good time, and we look forward to seeing our Centaurs in class in January.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! See you in 2017!