RLT education programming is temporarily closed. The education team remains committed to creating new theater educational programming in a world that is reinventing what a new normal looks like. We hope you will continue to check into our social media for updates on our programming and in the meantime we wish you a safe and healthy summer.
La Ronda Etheridge
Education Program Coordinator
Diction is so very important in theater, so here is your weekly tongue twister to wake up your mouth!|
1. He thrusts his fists against the post and still insists he sees the ghosts.
2. Betty Botter bought some butter
But she said the butter’s bitter
If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter
But a bit of better butter will make my batter better
So ‘twas better Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter
Now that you’ve warmed up your mouth, here is a fun monologue for you to learn and perform! Try to memorize this and perform it for your family!
The difference between thinking about having no school all summer and actually having no school all summer is like the difference between thinking about eating Gummy Bears and actually eating them. I mean, when you think about Gummy Bears and imagine eating them, it’s easy to remember how sweet they are. And how chewy. And that they’re really, really good. I mean Gummy Bears are REALLY good. But the truth is, the only thing that imagining eating Gummy Bears does for you is make you even hungrier for Gummy Bears. But on the other hand, imagining not having school all summer…. I mean, actually not having school all summer…. I forgot what I was going to say… Does anyone have any Gummy Bears?
Want to show off your skills? Send a video to LaRonda@renolittletheater.org!