In our new one-day workshop for youth ages 10-17, we'll explore the fun and challenging world of voice acting for animation and video games.
This workshop is great for students who are interested in acting, theatre, cartoons, anime, or video games, (or all of the above), or anyone who isn’t afraid to have fun making funny voices. So come and discover the characters within, whether they are a warrior, super-hero, goblin, wizard, super smart save-the-world nerd, princess, cowboy, hero, villain, or the emperor of flame world!
No prior acting experience required. Limited to 15 students. Lunch will be provided.
Feel free to share with any parents who have zany characters living under their roof!
August 25 • 10am-5pm at Voice One
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