Curiouser and Curiouser: the Dramatic Devising of Wonderland

2019 Acting Campers

What to expect:

In this acting camp, actors will curate their own original interpretive work of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. From Humpty Dumpty to the Red Queen, from the Mad Hatter to the Jabberwocky, creative devising, ensemble work, and physical and vocal character exploration will all combine to bring the curious characters of Wonderland to life. Young actors will learn a variety of professional acting techniques, vocal and movement work, textual analysis, group games and exercises, audition techniques, and improv.  

Lead Instructor:

Carolyn Conover is Assistant Professor of Acting and Directing at Jacksonville State University and has been a professional actor and dramaturg for almost 20 years. She is a long-standing company member with Crossroads Repertory Theatre in Indiana and is the host of Investigate the History, a monthly podcast exploring all the mythology, folklore, and history of The Critshow RPG podcast. Her book, The Introverted Actor, came out in 2020. Carolyn received her MA in English and Drama from Indiana State University and her MFA in Acting from Michigan State University.  

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