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Thanks for choosing T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors (T3)! We are dedicated to our students training and development. Our youth broadway homeschool training and performance program provides a variety of voice, dance and acting instructional classes which are designed for kids and teens ages 7-17.

We focus on technique, training and performance. In a conservatory setting, students are taught the fundamentals before progressing on. Whether a casual enthusiast or aspiring professional, performers of all skill levels are welcome.

Each session is approximately 12 weeks and culminates in a student showcase or musical production. Enrolling now for our 2018 winter, spring, summer and fall sessions.

*All classes held at the North Park Recreation Center, located at 4044 Idaho St. San Diego, CA

Program Description

 

DANCE: Our focus will be on musical theatre, which encompasses ballet, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary styles. through daily warm-ups, exercises and a series of dance combinations, T3 students learn proper technique, discipline, strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination.

VOICE: Lessons are designed to connect students with their natural voices, help them articulate, strengthen and sustain their voices whether their in the classroom or on stage. Students receive support as they work to perfect breath support and ear training. Singers learn how to read music and study theory.

ACTING: This summer students will focus on the dramatic process for stage acting. Through a series of icebreakers, improvisation and theatre games we encourage; creative and critical thinking, clean and effective communication and working collaboratively while embracing ones own personal voice. Actors emerge from the program with more confidence in their capability to learn and a stronger understanding of how to communicate successfully.

 

Tuition

 

As a smaller program with BIG ambition, our number one priority is to make quality arts education and mentoring programs more accessible, both financially and socially to young people; especially those that would otherwise go without. Our belief is that no child should ever have to forgo an educational opportunity because of finances.

Students that return for more than one sessions will receive a discount.

Contact Morie for more details.  

 

Schedule

 

Winter Session: January 6 through March 31

 

Enrolling now, students will be accepted until February 12th.

 

Kids Program: Ages 7-12
Mondays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm
12:00pm – 1:00pm Dance – Musical Theatre

1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:15pm Voice – Classical Approach
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break
2:30pm – 3:30pm Acting – Fundamentals For Stage Acting

Teens Program: Ages 13-18
Wednesdays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm

12:00pm – 1:00pm Dance – Musical Theatre
1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:15pm Voice – Classical Approach
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break
2:30pm – 3:30pm Acting – Fundamentals For Stage Acting


Showcase Dates: March: 30th, 31st, at 7:00pm

$325 12 week session (Sibling and group discount available. Contact Morie to find out more.)
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Spring Session: April 7 through June 16

 

Enroll now, students will be accepted until April 21st.

 

Kids Program: Ages 7-12
Mondays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm
12:00pm – 1:00pm Dance – Musical Theatre

1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:15pm Voice – Classical Approach
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break
2:30pm – 3:30pm Acting – Fundamentals For Stage Acting

Teens Program: Ages 13-18
Wednesdays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm

12:00pm – 1:00pm Dance – Musical Theatre
1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:15pm Voice – Classical Approach
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break
2:30pm – 3:30pm Acting – Fundamentals For Stage Acting


Showcase Dates: June 15th, 16th at 7:00pm

$325 12 week session. (Sibling and group discount available. Contact Morie to find out more.)
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Summer Camp: June 16 through August 26

 

Enroll now, students will be accepted until July 5th.

 

Kids Program: Ages 7-12
Mondays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm
12:00pm – 1:00pm Dance – Musical Theatre
1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:15pm Voice – Classical Approach
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break
2:30pm – 3:30pm Acting – Fundamentals For Stage Acting

Teens Program: Ages 13-18
Wednesdays: 12:00pm – 3:30pm

12:00pm – 1:00pm Dance – Musical Theatre
1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:15pm Voice – Classical Approach
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break
2:30pm – 3:30pm Acting – Fundamentals For Stage Acting


**Summer Workshop &
Auditions: Dick Tracy

Kids: Monday June 18th
Movement Call: 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Vocal Call: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Callbacks: Thursday June 21st 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Teens: Wednesday June 20th
Movement Call: 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Vocal Call: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Callbacks: Friday June 22nd 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Showcase Dates: August 17th, 18th, 19th, and 24th, 25th, 26th at 7:00pm

Tuition: Please check back program cost. (Sibling and group discount available. Contact Morie to find out more.)
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Fall Session: September 16 through December 16

 

Ring in the holidays with Winnie The Pooh & Friends!

 

Enroll now, students will be accepted until September 30th.

 

FALL CAMP PRESENTED BY:

T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors
Director: Morie Williams, Nakiya Olds Edwards, and Nicholas Hessling
Choreography: Morie Williams & Nakia Olds-Edwards
Arts Educators: Amy Steinberg, Brissa Gamino, Solene Trahand

PRODUCTION INFO:
T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors (T3) proudly presents Winnie The Pooh A Christmas Tail. Our 2018 fall production starts on October 6. Rehearsals will be held on Saturdays 11:00 am until 3:00 pm. Students wishing to perform in lead roles will have an opportunity to audition on or around October 27. Performance dates are December 19, 20 & 21. 7:00 pm. At the North Park Recreation Center. We are now inviting kids and teens from of all cultural backgrounds to become part of our Winnie The Pooh family. Whether a casual enthusiast or aspiring professional all are welcome and encouraged to attend. A good attitude and willingness to learn is just as important as experience. Everyone gets a part!

 

WHAT TO EXPECT:
Through this experience, novice performers will learn about the audition process, in addition to experiencing what it’s like to be in a musical theatre production.



AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:

Headshots and resumes are encouraged. All performers should be prepared to learn a short dance combination in the style of the show. Performers auditioning for leads will be asked to sing selections from the show.

 

WORKSHOP DATES:
October 6th – December 14th


AUDITION DATES: Saturday, October 22 (for students wishing to perform as leads)

 

ROLLS: Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore, Christopher Robin, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl, Tigger, and Piglet, Gopher & Heffalump.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:
December 11th – 14th at 7:00 pm

REHEARSAL DAYS:
Mondays or Wednesdays 12:00pm – 3:30pm

STORY: It is Christmas and the setting of Christopher Robin’s childhood imagination. The Hundred Acre Wood is covered in crisp, white snow.  At a time like this you’d think that all would be well as the friends of the young boy excitedly prepare for the holidays, but not for Eeyore.  Not only does he continue to mope under his own imaginary dark cloud, as he always does, but this time he really has something to mope about; he’s lost his tail.

CALLBACKS:
To be announced

Winnie the Pooh Character Break Down:

Winnie the Pooh: Also known as Pooh Bear, Pooh, or Silly Ol’ Bear. He’s undoubtedly the world’s most loved and revered bear. He’s not the smartest of bears and, does a lot of silly things. His love for honey (“hunny) is endless.

Eeyore: Is a donkey and for some, he is their favorite Pooh character amongst all the others. He is a blue-gray donkey. His appearance is highlighted by a small light pink bow on his tail. He is an intelligent animal but tends to keep to himself. Eeyore is an extremely gloomy donkey and has a very bad habit of losing his tail! Mostly, he tends to depend on his friends to find his lost tail for him and thereafter Christopher Robin fixes his tail using a drawing pin. What he simply adores is that his friends remember him on his birthday and celebrates it with him. He often says “Thanks for noticin’ me” and “Oh, well”.

Tigger:  Is a very Bouncy Animal and resembles a tiger. He is always in an electrifying & exuberant mood and loves to bounce, bounce and bounce. His character is easily recognizable by the black & orange stripes, a springy tail, and a long chin, beady eyes which all mix well into his bouncy and fun loving personality. He is a bouncy, pouncy, flouncy and a trouncy creature that is always looking to make the most out of what life has to offer. The most wonderful thing about Tiggers is that “I’m the only one!” Tigger likes to bounce a lot, “cause that is what Tiggers do best.” His favorite food is the extract of malt but is known to be an extremely fussy eater.

Piglet: Is a very brave animal as supposed to his diminutive size and frame of a timid pink pig. His original address in the 100 Acre Wood was the Beech Tree, south of Pooh’s house, 100 Acre Wood Southwest. But from the time Owl moved into his house, Piglet has started living with his best friend Winnie the Pooh. What he loves doing best is going on adventures with Pooh, he is quite fond of bright colors and especially balloons, and he even likes blowing dandelions. Haycorns are his favorite food. Every Tuesday Piglet spends his day at Christopher Robin’s house. The first thing that Piglet utters when he gets up in the morning is “I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today?”.

Rabbit: Is pushy and takes his own decisions, is able to spell better compared to all the other animals. He is quite certain about the important things in his life. What he likes doing most is organizing a plan and to lead group events, even if nothing gets done. He is unhappy if anyone disturbs or interrupts him while he is engaged in any kind of activity, he doesn’t like being bounced either. He relishes gardening and his favorite food is the carrot and other vegetables, he makes it a point to avoid Pooh during lunch time.

Kanga & Roo Kanga: Is the sole female character in Winnie-the-Pooh. She is the mother of a young Joey (baby kangaroo) named Roo. Kanga carries her family in her pocket and is the fastest amongst all animals in the forest. She takes utmost care of Roo and shall often warn Roo of possible dangers involved in the activities that Roo undertakes. She often says “Now now Roo, you mustn’t do that dear,” to which Roo mostly replies “But moma!” Kanga & Roo live in the Northern section of the 100 Acre Wood. Every Tuesday Kanga goes to Pooh’s house and tries to teach him how to jump. Roo is the youngest member of the 100 Acre Wood, he loves milk and most other eateries except for the extract of malt. He really likes the game ‘Poohsticks’ and likes playing with Tigger too.

Christopher Robin: Is a boy for whom Winnie-the-Pooh was originally written. He is the master of the 100 Acre Woods. Christopher Robin’s address in the forest is – Top of the Forest (High Ground), 100 Acre Wood East. He is everyone’s best friend and mostly indulges in activities to help his friends to get them out of tricky situations, most of the times it’s the silly old Pooh bear that he helps. He will help Pooh collect honey, he will rescue Roo & Tigger when they are stuck in high trees in the forest and shall nail Eeyore’s tail. His favorite food is probably Birthday cake and one of his favorite things to do is hosting birthday and hero parties. But what he likes doing best is Nothing; “It means just going along, listening to all the thing’s you can’t hear, and not bothering”.

Owl: is the wisest amongst all the animals living in the 100 Acre Wood. Owl, like Rabbit, wasn’t an original toy belonging to Christopher Robin Milne. Along with Rabbit he is considered to be an animal with brains. His intelligence is often called upon to aid a certain bear of very little brain. He is always forthcoming in offering his advice, opinions, and anecdotes irrespective of others wanting it. He also loves telling stories related to his relatives. His original residence is called The Chestnuts but when a storm blows away his house and thereafter he makes Piglet’s residence his new residence. His residence has amenities like a pull- bell and a door knocker. Owl is capable of writing and some illustrations show him holding a pen in his talons.

Gopher: His full name is Samuel J. Gopher. Gopher is a Bricklayer, Builder, Excavation and Demolition Expert. His address is perhaps more apt when describes as all over the 100 Acre Woods as he lives under tunnels he creates. What he likes doing most is working on projects that involve building tunnels or projects which could be used by the other members in the forest.

Heffalump: is an animal that the residents of the 100 Acre Wood fear. His color is lavender and a trunk similar to what an elephant has. Heffalump lives in the 100 Acre Wood but his address is not known as he is rarely seen. His favorite food is honey which is also Pooh’s favorite food.

LOCATION: North Park Recreation Center 4044 Idaho Street.

CONTACT: (619) SUN-ARTS (619) 786-2787 or www.T3ARTS.COM

COST: The entire 12-week workshop and production is only 3 monthly payments of $120.00

SCHOLARSHIP: 

Apply for a scholarship which covers between 25% & 50% of tuition. Scholarships vary as they are based on household income.

SIGN UP: Auditions are by appointment only. No walk-ins.

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