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Bridgewater resident Adaa Chauhan, 9, laughs at her brother, Veer Chauhan, 7, as he pretends to be a naked mole rat as part of the game "King Frog," in which each player chooses an animal and others imitate that animal.

Lakewood Ranch acting class goes wild

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Bridgewater resident Adaa Chauhan, 9, laughs at her brother, Veer Chauhan, 7, as he pretends to be a naked mole rat as part of the game "King Frog," in which each player chooses an animal and others imitate that animal.

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Greenbrook residents Nahla Vlasak, 9, and Ava Clementi, 8, laugh at the end of a story about a lion eating a mouse, which resulted in mice becoming extinct in Africa. The children created the story themselves one word at a time.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Greenbrook residents Nahla Vlasak, 9, and Ava Clementi, 8, laugh at the end of a story about a lion eating a mouse, which resulted in mice becoming extinct in Africa. The children created the story themselves one word at a time.

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Acting coach Alyssa Goudy, who works for The Players Centre for Performing Arts, makes the signal for participants to imitate a skunk while Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, prepares to act like the animal Goudy signals.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Acting coach Alyssa Goudy, who works for The Players Centre for Performing Arts, makes the signal for participants to imitate a skunk while Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, prepares to act like the animal Goudy signals.

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Bridgewater resident Veer Chauhan, 7, pretends to be a worm during the game "Party Animal," during which acting coach Alyssa Goudy had to ask him questions and figure out what he was based on his portrayal.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Bridgewater resident Veer Chauhan, 7, pretends to be a worm during the game "Party Animal," during which acting coach Alyssa Goudy had to ask him questions and figure out what he was based on his portrayal.

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Greenbrook residents Ava Clementi, 8, and Nahla Vlasak, 9, and Bridgewater residents Veer Chauhan, 7, and Adaa Chauhan, 9, decide who Clementi should portray for the game "Party Animal," similar to "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Greenbrook residents Ava Clementi, 8, and Nahla Vlasak, 9, and Bridgewater residents Veer Chauhan, 7, and Adaa Chauhan, 9, decide who Clementi should portray for the game "Party Animal," similar to "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

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Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, plays King Frog during the game of the same name. The game involves each player choosing an animal and others imitating that animal.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, plays King Frog during the game of the same name. The game involves each player choosing an animal and others imitating that animal.

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Bridgewater resident Veer Chauhan, 7, and Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, play a game called "Bitty, Bitty, Bop" that teaches reaction and improv skills.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Bridgewater resident Veer Chauhan, 7, and Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, play a game called "Bitty, Bitty, Bop" that teaches reaction and improv skills.

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Bridgewater resident Adaa Chauhan, 9, plays a game in which one player starts a story and each player after must continue it. This story was about a lion eating a mouse and sneezing it out of his nose.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Bridgewater resident Adaa Chauhan, 9, plays a game in which one player starts a story and each player after must continue it. This story was about a lion eating a mouse and sneezing it out of his nose.

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Bridgewater resident Veer Chauhan, 7, and Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, shake themselves out at the beginning of class. Acting coach Alyssa Goudy says it's vital to warm up before acting because of the activities involved.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Bridgewater resident Veer Chauhan, 7, and Greenbrook resident Nahla Vlasak, 9, shake themselves out at the beginning of class. Acting coach Alyssa Goudy says it's vital to warm up before acting because of the activities involved.

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Acting coach Alyssa Goudy, who works for The Players Centre for Performing Arts, signals that she wants her students to repeat "red leather, yellow leather" five times. Goudy uses tongue twisters to teach enunciation.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Acting coach Alyssa Goudy, who works for The Players Centre for Performing Arts, signals that she wants her students to repeat "red leather, yellow leather" five times. Goudy uses tongue twisters to teach enunciation.

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Bridgewater resident Adaa Chauhan, 9, explains a classic tongue twister she learned from her father: "Shelly sells seashells by the seashore."

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Bridgewater resident Adaa Chauhan, 9, explains a classic tongue twister she learned from her father: "Shelly sells seashells by the seashore."

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Greenbrook resident Ava Clementi, 8, learns how to find her diaphragm. Acting Coach Alyssa Goudy says the purpose of this exercise is to learn how to breathe deeply with one's stomach.

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021 |

Greenbrook resident Ava Clementi, 8, learns how to find her diaphragm. Acting Coach Alyssa Goudy says the purpose of this exercise is to learn how to breathe deeply with one's stomach.

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