Halloween Cabaret Carnival
Freight and Salvage: Oct. 29th, 11am with the Bungee Jumping Cows
Ashkenaz: Oct. 30th, 3pm with Kid Kaleidoscope
We have tricks and treats and we will put on a fabulous show featuring our favorite rockabilly songs, the Limbo rock our favorite one eyed purple monster, hoola hoops, stripey tights and so much more. Please join us for a fun-filled VaST session: putting the TRICK back into "Trick-or-treat".
Classtime: 6 to 10 age-group: Intermediate group
Thursday 3:30 to 5:00 (sarita will walk kids from Tehiyah to 2424 Mira Vista Dr. El Cerrito...snack included)
September 15th, 22nd, 26th, Oct 6, 13th, 20th, 27th (NO REHEARSAL SEPT. 29TH)
Plus dress rehearsal at the Taft address October 23rd @ 9:30 am until 11:30
Price: $220 for the session
NEW: For 3-5 year olds!! Creative Arts workshop!
A very special 4 week introduction to Performing Arts for young music-lovers.
The classes will take place in a beautiful yurt in North Berkeley.
movement, music, and make-believe, Sarita will invite the children to
explore exciting new possibilities for self-expression.
The first 3 classes
will include Drama activities, singing, "free choreography",
self-awareness games, skit inventing, character development, and more.
The last class will be a filming for a MUSIC VIDEO for the
song "If I Were a...." (or "...Would You Sing Me?"). Children will
bring their own talents and ideas to the music video.
The young troupe will also have the option to perform with Octopretzel at Ashkenaz on Sunday, October 9th at 3:00pm. (This is optional. Some will feel shy to be up on the stage).
All of the young participants will be given an Octopretzel shirt to wear in the video, on stage, and then keep.
Children 3-5 years old (possibly older 2s, feel free to call to discuss).
The following four Wednesdays: September 14th, 21st, 28th, October 9th (from 2:00 to 3:00pm).
Location: 1636 Bonita Ave., Berkeley, CA 94709 (please walk to the yurt in the backyard and please remove shoes)
Optional Performance: Ashkenaz, Berkeley, October 9th, 3:00pm
A note about parent participation: A goal would be for the
children to feel safe enough to participate in the workshop with out Mom
or Dad in the yurt. That being said, if your child would prefer for
you to be inside, I encourage parents and caregivers to participate in
the activities as part of the group and to have fun with us. Please no
food or cell phones inside the yurt. Parents are free to "hang out" on
the grass outside, go off to run an errand, or participate in our
workshop reflecting each family's needs.