Hattie creates Theatre because it offers, to every person involved, a moment in time to Empathize: to self-reflect, to relate to others, and to process the complex emotions and struggles that all humans face. Theatre offers a shared experience with people you might otherwise look past. As a director, she works to create an emotional and artistic space which exists, in those moments, for everyone present to it. Her Theatre is dynamic, it is moveable, it is adaptable. It holds a mirror up to you and asks you who you are, and why. It asks you to see and hear and understand others. It asks you to engage, collaborate, build, and explore with her, with the actors, and with yourself.
Improv offers the unique opportunity to discover their individual strengths, as well as to develop the versatility it takes to contribute and function within a team. Exciting, hilarious, and self-expressive acting games offer a safe and challenging space for each student to find their own voice, learn adaptability, and be encouraged to make mistakes!
Improv 2 (high school) - Tuesdays 1:00-2:00pm
Improv 1 (middle school) - Tuesdays 2:15-3:15pm
14-week session : Tuesday, Aug 13th through Tuesday, Nov 19th
$150 to WEB students, $175 to outside students
Payment can be made in full, monthly, or weekly via Venmo, Paypal, Cash, or Check
Register at www.lacklandtheatre.com
Camp Gladiator a life-changing fitness movement dedicated to transforming lives through dynamic, fun and challenging workouts led by amazing, independent Trainers who inspire you to discover your best self. We will do a mixture of cardiovascular and strength training using body weight exercises using the 7 primal movement patterns (push, pull, hinge, squat, lunge, rotation and gait). Your student will gain physical endurance, strength and body awareness while being taught proper form and having a ton of fun! This is perfect for both those students looking to enhance sports training or students looking to become more active and have fun!
This class will be offered from 2:15-3:15 on Tuesdays.
Megan is a Camp Gladiator Trainer donating her time to offer this class to WEB students. Contact her via email with any questions.
Cost is $20/participant for the semester. (Cost will be donated to Dalewood UMC for sharing space with WEB and Camp Gladiator.)
This class will have a maximum capacity of 25.
Sign up here to join this activity in the fall.
Alisa McCance Bieck has taught private music lesson and group instruction for 17 years, the past 15 being in Nashville. She graduated with honors from Georgia State University with Bachelor of Music in Sound Recording and a focus on vocal performance. Alisa grew up playing the violin, singing and performing in musical theatre. As an artist, she has performed in venues ranging from the Grand Ole Opry to the Ryman and Bluebird Cafe. Alisa has also played fiddle for many artists such as Luke Bryan, Radney Foster and has appeared in various music videos.
Group lessons will be offered based on interest. Options Include: beginning group violin, intermediate or advance group violin (possibly a mixed string group), vocal group (choral or a cappella), songwriting/making of the band/music industry, and musical theatre. Group lessons will be Thursdays at 1:10 or 2:15. Cost is $160/14 weeks (follows WEB calendar).
Private lessons available in violin/fiddle, piano and voice
Rates: $35/30 min, $65/60 min
Private lessons will be Thursdays from 9:30-11:00 and 11:35-1:05. Lessons can be scheduled concurrent with a WEB study hall. Students will attend lesson and then join study hall.
Email Alisa to sign up for private or group lessons.
Classes will be held on Thursday afternoons 2:15-3:15, and the price will be $115 per semester for WEB students and $135 per semester for outside students.
Your student may bring their own yoga mat or one can be provided. Please see Senae about which you prefer. Payments can be made directly to Senae in full or monthly via cash, PayPal, check, or Venmo.
WEB Parent and Study Hall teacher Senae Smith will be offering a weekly yoga class with a fun and unique blend of yoga, mindfulness exercises, social-emotional learning games, deep breathing exercises, and techniques for relaxation and stress management. Students will complete a weekly yoga sequence developed to improve strength, balance, coordination, and self-confidence. The same poses will be completed each week, allowing students to become familiar and skilled with the practice. Students will also participate in social-emotional learning games that have been developed for teaching patience, mindfulness, communication skills, teamwork, and compassion. Yoga, meditation and mindfulness practices have been shown to reduce stress and improve focus, memory, academic performance, self-esteem, body image, and overall physical and mental health. Senae seeks to create a relaxed environment where each student is valued, empowered, and encouraged to practice with respect to their individual needs. Senae’s class structure is based on methods by Yoga Calm, an organization in Portland, Oregon, where she received her training.