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Robidoux Resident Theatre: Public Speaking Badge Cadette Workshop

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Sat Oct 14, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
RRT Rehearsal Hall, St. Joseph, MO Map
Tue Aug 22, 12:00 AM - Fri Oct 06, 11:59 PM
Community Partner

At this workshop Cadettes will work with

  1. an actor or director to practice public speaking vocal warm up exercises (“Find Your Voice”) and to rehearse cold readings (“Get a Feel for Performing Solo”)
  2. an actor or director to practice platform movement through exercises and games (“Focus on Body Language”)
  3. an actor or director to rehearse cuttings (“Choose or Create a Piece to Perform”) and readers theatre  (“Get Onstage”)

Sample cuttings will be sent to troop leaders prior to the workshop for the girls who will attend; Girl Scouts should bring the cuttings with them.  If possible, Cadettes will tour the set of RRT’s production of 9 to 5 which will open October 20 in the adjoining historic Missouri Theatre.

Cost per Girl: $15
Cost per Adult: N/A

Additional Information: Only 15 slots are available for each workshop; girls may come as a troop or as an individual.  Parking is available on the street and in the News Press lot @ 8th and Edmond.  Girls will complete three steps in the badge. 

How to Register:
Email Cheryl Wood, Coordinator, at with the troop leader’s name, telephone number and address; troop number; number of girls and adults who will attend; and names of girls who will attend (for certificates).

Questions? Email

About this Partner: Robidoux Resident Theatre, an organization that focuses on professional quality theater productions with the spirit of volunteerism, is known for its full scale professional quality productions throughout Northwest Missouri. RRT believes that the arts play a vital role in the life and well-being of the community and are an important tool for educational, economic, and community development and revitalization with significant impact on St. Joseph. We celebrate all of St. Joseph’s diverse cultures and ethnic peoples and acknowledge the individual artist as being core to the continued growth of the arts, arts organization, and to St. Joseph.