Prairie Wind Elementary Presents Exciting Opportunities for Young Performers

Prairie Wind Elementary in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is thrilled to introduce its students to the world of performing arts through the renowned Missoula Children’s Theatre program. This innovative initiative aims to provide 50-60 students with an immersive experience in acting and directing, guided by professional mentors.

Over the course of a week, the students will engage in intensive rehearsals, arts education, and team-building activities. This unique program not only fosters their artistic talents but also promotes collaboration, self-confidence, and discipline.

The culmination of their hard work will be showcased in two exciting performances on Saturday, Jan. 13, which will take place at the Laramie County School District 1 Administration Building Auditorium on 2810 House Ave. The shows, scheduled for 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., promise to be a treat for the whole family.

What makes this event even more remarkable is that both performances are absolutely free and open to the public. This allows the community to come together and support these young, budding performers. Prairie Wind Elementary welcomes donations to help cover some of the expenses, ensuring that the program continues to provide transformative experiences for years to come.

If you would like to learn more about this exciting event or get involved, please reach out to Nicholas Hokanson at [email protected] or Brad White at [email protected]. Join us as we celebrate the talent and dedication of these young performers at Prairie Wind Elementary!

FAQ:

1. What is the Missoula Children’s Theatre program?
The Missoula Children’s Theatre program is an initiative aimed at introducing students to the world of performing arts. It provides an immersive experience in acting and directing, guided by professional mentors.

2. What activities do the students engage in during the program?
During the program, students engage in intensive rehearsals, arts education, and team-building activities.

3. What are the benefits of this program?
The program not only fosters the students’ artistic talents but also promotes collaboration, self-confidence, and discipline.

4. When and where will the performances take place?
The performances will take place on Saturday, Jan. 13 at the Laramie County School District 1 Administration Building Auditorium on 2810 House Ave.

5. How many performances will there be?
There will be two performances, scheduled for 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., respectively.

6. Are the performances open to the public?
Yes, both performances are absolutely free and open to the public.

7. Can donations be made?
Yes, Prairie Wind Elementary welcomes donations to help cover some of the expenses associated with the program.

8. How can I learn more about the event or get involved?
For more information or to get involved, you can reach out to Nicholas Hokanson at [email protected] or Brad White at [email protected].

Definitions:
– Performing arts: Forms of art where artists use their voices, bodies, or objects to convey artistic expression.
– Immersive experience: An experience that fully engages and surrounds the participant, often involving active participation.
– Rehearsals: Practice sessions for a performance or production.
– Arts education: Education in various forms of art, such as music, theater, dance, or visual arts.
– Team-building activities: Activities designed to enhance teamwork and collaboration among a group of people.

Related Links:
Missoula Children’s Theatre
Laramie County School District 1