6 Week Child Course
6 Mondays of GREAT Curriculum
- 250 US dollars$250
- Horn Road
-Ages 5-13 -Minimum of 10 Students -Limit of 20 Students -Students will leave with a video slate in their final class RICKY BORBA A Sacramento resident for 11 years, having been born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Ricky Borba has been involved with film and television in one way or another, for the last 30 years. His feature‐film directorial debut, Hope for the Holidays, was filmed in the Sacramento area in 2018. The film brought together a cast of Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe-nominated talent. Hope For the Holidays is currently streaming on Amazon. This was followed by a second feature film, My Brothers Crossing which received national theatre distribution. Ricky has also acted in numerous independent films, as well as hosted a nationally syndicated television show on the WB Network. In addition to directing, his other behind-the-camera talents include writing, producing, and editing. Ricky lives in Roseville with his wife and 5 children. He double-majored at William Jessup University in Rocklin, and all of his animals are named after Star Wars characters. CURRICULUM Ricky Borba will spend six weeks with your student, teaching them a curriculum that was designed by Denver Casado: For over a decade author, Denver Casado has worked as an arts educator with New York City’s leading theatre organizations including Disney Theatricals, New York City Center and Young Audiences New York. What is film acting/theatre? Students explore how theatre is the art of telling stories through live acting. Creating an Ensemble. Students learn to work together, build trust, and involved every member in a performance. Movement and Space. Students explore how pantomime and behavior help tell a story. Character Development. Students explore what makes characters unique and how to create compelling characters onstage. Objectives and Tactics. Students will think about the “why” behind every action. Voice. Students will understand the importance of articulation, projection and voice variation. Listening and Reacting. Students will understand how being present, listening and reacting are an important part of being an actor. Film/Stage Directions and Blocking. Students will understand the “principles of blocking” and how to stage a scene without instruction.
9845 Horn Road, Sacramento, CA, USA