Tir-na-nOg Summer Stage Intensive & Performance 2020
featuring A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream
This intensive program runs from August 24 through September 4th with performances on the Labour Day weekend. (September 5/6)
Annual Tir-na-nOg Yuletide Story Feast 2020
Takes place on the weekend of December 5th and 6th ~ Involving most of the students in the Theatre School, this seasonal, informal, in-house event (including a silent auction and potluck tea) presents a play performed by students of all ages. Also at this event, student playwrights may pick up a Playwright Challenge registration form to be completed and handed in by February 28th The play itself needs to be handed in by April 21st.
LYRICAL MOVEMENT for Theatre ~ grades 4 to 6, ages 9 to 11.
Tir-na-nOg’s Youth Festival of Plays 2021
Recognizing that experience is the real teacher, we have organized the annual Youth Festival of Plays so that each student has the opportunity to test and temper skills learned during the course of the year in the fire of live performance before community and school audiences. S.A.V.I. Program ~ Students have the opportunity to support a production (other than their own) in the annual Youth Festival of Plays, either on or off stage.
Annual Playwright Challenge & Playwright Jam 2021
The Playwright Challenge is an optional annual program in the Tir-na-nOg Theatre School’s yearly cycle. The Playwright Jam event completes the Annual Youth Festival of Plays and is intended for registered students. As a collaborative celebration of the live theatre work of children it is hoped that the submitted play will be the original work of the student, springing from the natural desire of the child. The intent is to offer the young people in the Theatre School an opportunity to express their imaginations through this medium, in their own unique way. The play can be any length, style or format, depending on the child’s idea. After the plays have been handed in, we meet together with the children, read the plays, discuss plans and possible hurdles and help prepare productions for the Tir-na-nOg stage. The young playwrights support each other as actors, backstage supporters and directors, if they so wish, and sometimes invite their friends to help, where it seems appropriate.
DISCOVERING WORDS ~ All students welcome ~ Practice how to read, listen, explore and imagine the wonder of words.
SCRIPT SUPPORT ~ All students welcome ~ Guidance in learning and understanding the lines in your script.
Play Quests are enjoyable, exciting and discrete events in which students build a play together for performance the same day.
Internship Journey ~ Customized for the individual (by interview)
Periodic Play Reading Evenings