wildcat theatre conservatory

Life skills learned in Randolph’s WildCat Theatre Conservatory are no joke

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Laughter and cheers echoed throughout Thoresen Theatre as participants in Randolph’s WildCat Theatre Conservatory deliberately high stepped and stumbled their way to the stage to receive an honorary, red nose. The students—ranging in age from third through sixth grade—had to earn the nose as part of their clowning class. The class is a new addition... READ MORE >>

Aspiring artists learn from professionals at Lynchburg camp

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The 2015 WildCat Theatre Conservatory camp was featured in a WDJ7 evening news broadcast July 29. Follow this link to see the video: http://www.wdbj7.com/news/local/aspiring-artists-learn-from-professionals-at-lynchburg-camp/34421342 For more information on the annual WildCat Theatre Conservatory camp, visit http://www.randolphcollege.edu/theatre/wildcat-theatre-conservatory/... READ MORE >>

Clowning and crazy toes kick off WildCat theater camp

Erin Alburger, 11, (right) acts as part of an exercise in the

By Jessie Pounds, News & Advance Reprinted with permission Crazy toes, friendly elbows and greedy fingers all got a chance to act out during a clowning class at Randolph’s WildCat Theatre Conservatory on Monday. This is the fourth year for the summer camp program, aimed at kindergarten through 12th-graders. The two-week camp typically offers classes... READ MORE >>

WildCat Theatre Conservatory enters third year

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More than 60 K-12 students will learn and practice theatre techniques over the next two weeks at Randolph College. The conservatory culminates in a showcase at 10 a.m. August 9 in Thoresen Theatre.... READ MORE >>