The Branson Regional Arts Council has announced they will be offering a series of online classes in topics like theatre acting, comedy improv, and other aspects of performing arts.
The classes have been designed for a variety of ages by instructor Amelia Jo Parish.
“We are thrilled to welcome Amelia Jo Parish to our Branson Regional Arts Council Arts Education program,” BRAC Executive Director Jim Barber said. “Her professional experience in professional theatre, comedy improv, fine arts and humanities is a wonderful addition to our team of outstanding visual art, theatre, dance and vocal instructors.”
Courses begin during the week of June 22nd including:
- Theatre Makers 1 (ages 5-12)
- Theatre Makers 2 (ages 12 and older)
- Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark creative writing class (Ages 12-18)
- Intro to Improv (ages 12 and older)
- Jam Session interactive music class (all ages)
Registration for the classes is only $10 per session, with four sessions for each course.
Parish is a Nixa-based artist who studied at Drury and Webster University. She has performed improv with the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in New York, as well as performing in shows in St. Louis, Connecticut, New York and Chicago.
Anyone with questions should contact the Branson Regional Arts Council through their website.