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Fall- 2017- in love with ACTING this season 😉

ductac1Soon in its 4th year and 20th instalment, the “Introduction to Acting for Adults” course at DUCTAC starts again this Autumn. New troupes will meet October 2nd in Dubai with hearts and minds open to exploring the craft in a fun while professional theatre setting. Honing their performance-skills and stretching their imagination-muscle, participants will explore a wide-array of topics including: improvisation, voice & movement, Shakespeare for beginners, character development, scene study, and presentation style. Learning happens mainly through theatre games-playing involving all group members in 6 action-packed 2-hour sessions over 3 weeks. The course caters to both absolute beginners and experienced thespians, looking for artistic development or to simply boost communication skills and team-work.

Extra study material, such as play synopses and scene samples, is provided online by the professor. Dress code is comfortable clothing to be able to fully engage in fun and creative low-physical impact exercises.

To join the next wonderful troupe and get a chance to perform at Kilachand theatre together this winter, contact Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre on: 04 341 4777 or e-mail: box.office@ductac.org ductac2

To read about the course and testimonials over the years of this long love story with stagecraft, visit: https://acttoodubai.wordpress.com or www.acttoodubai.com

Full schedule available on: http://www.acttoodubai.com/whats-on.html

Timings: October 2nd – 11th, Mondays & Wednesdays 7:45 pm-9:45 pm 

Location: DUCTAC Mall of the Emirates Level 2 

Price: AED 1,200 (any session missed can be made up free of charge throughout the year)

Course is taught by Sol Abiad – U.A.E.-based director, holding an M.A. in Performance from Bristol University, teaching positions including Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi and American University of Sharjah, founder of Dubai’s first experimental theatre project, regularly staging performance art events in found-spaces around Dubai’s industrial area, collaborating with artists of various disciplines. ductac3

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moms-and-tots-dubai-Play is at the core of any child’s development, they learn about themselves, relationships, environment and almost every life skill they will need from playing when they are toddlers. Along with building gross and fine motor-skills, cognitive development and emotional stability.

Toddlers are well named they toddle around everywhere examining everything with curiosity and determination, they begin to examine their toys and take a lot of things apart in the process of understanding how things are built or put together. Tiny toddlers do not play with their peers, rather they play next to each other and mimic and learn from each other. As they move towards the preschool years though they start to practise coordinated play – that is play were two or more toddlers play together. Read more

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