Improvising, voice acting, making sketches, vlogging
Our InterActing Summer School is the best week of the summer vacation for young people with autism!
• Improvisational theater: it’s a super fun form of theater where you don’t use a script, but come up with sketches on the spot together with your fellow players.
• Vlogging workshop: learn the tricks of the trade from a well-known vlogger and get to work yourself!
• Voice acting in a real studio! This session is led by a famous voice over actor. You will learn what a day in the studio looks like, how a casting works and you will also get to play in the recording studio yourself.
• Writing sketches: How do you make a good story, which parts contribute to it and how can you use your creativity in your story?
We will wrap up the program with a final performance for your family, supervisors, brothers, sisters and friends. This way you can show what you have learned at InterActing Summer School. The Boom Chicago musical director adds music to the performance and the technician completes the show with lights, sound and video.
You can sign up for the Summer School at email@example.com. For questions, you can also call Saskia Maas, 0653671652.
InterAction is a nonprofit theater school and without the help of our donors, we are nothing.
Curious for more?
InterActing is a safe place where we play and have fun together on and off stage. Check out our videos and we hope you want to join our program!