• 400 S. Salina Street, Syracuse, NY 13202
  • (315) 362-2785
  • info@theredhouse.org

The RedHouse

A New Three Theatre Complex at City Center

Littles Camps and Classes

RedED classes and camps offer Syracuse and CNY parents exciting opportunities for your children, providing unique, educational alternatives to child care for your teen or little one. Our workshops, masterclasses, day programs, and spring break/summer courses are staffed by  professional educators from the community and teaching artists from around the country.


Space is limited for these creative, interactive, half-day workshops for your little one! These half day workshops are appropriate for students ages 6-10 years old.

The first half of the day will be spent creating in our theater! After lunch, students will view a movie that ties into their coursework and have time to create more hands-on activities at our Imagination Station.

**Price includes popcorn and juice box during Imagination Station/movie time, but please bring a bagged lunch.

Little Rockers: Saturday, February 16th, 2019


About the Course:
Give your little one this one-of-a-kind musical experience! Rock Camp Rules: No covers allowed and be yourself! Students will work with professional musicians in order to learn the basic fundamentals of an instrument and write an original song!

9:00am – 11:30pm: Little Rockers
11:30pm – 12:00pm: Lunch
12:00pm – 2:00pm: Coco Imagination Station

Students Will Learn:

  • Basic fundamentals of playing an instrument (guitar, bass, ukulele, keys, drums, or percussion)
  • How to work together as a team
  • How to create an original song of their very own
  • How to design a guitar that represents their uniqueness

What Students Create:

  • Their very own original song!
  • Design your own Guitar!

 

About the Movie: Coco (Rated: PG)
Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.

Littles Circle 1

Little Rockers/Songwriting and Creating an Animation to Your Song: Saturday, March 16th, 2019


About the Course:
Create drawings and bring them to life, using characters from stories you love and production techniques such as timelines, storyboards, and interactive application! Work as part of a team and explore how to bring animation to life. Students will also write an original song that help to bring their cartoons/comics to life!

Students Will Learn:

  • Basic fundamentals of playing an instrument (guitar, bass, ukulele, keys, drums, or percussion)
  • How to work together as a team
  • How to create original music of their very own
  • Basic animation skills
  • Basic cartoon-drawing skills
  • Fundamentals of storytelling
  • Developing a cartoon and creating a character
  • How to work as part of a team
  • Utilizing technology and applications to bring stories to life!

What Students Create:

  • Their very own original song!
  • Imagination Station: Make your own percussion instrument
  • Short animated film(s)
  • Imagination Station: Comic Strip Creation

 

About the Movie: Rock-a-Doodle (Rated: G)
In this animated classic, a young boy is transformed into a cat and teams up with a group of barnyard animals to find a rooster who can raise the sun…with his music!

LEGO Star Wars Movies and Little Designers Imagination Station: Saturday, May 4th. 2019


About the Course:
This past summer we launched our new program, Little Designers, and it was a huge success! In Redhouse Little Designer courses, students learn about the amazing world of art and design. In this course, students will explore the design process and create an original droid and star as that droid in a fashion show at the end of the session!

9:00am – 11:30pm: LEGO Star Wars Movies and Little Designers Imagination Station
11:30pm – 12:00pm: Lunch
12:00pm – 2:00pm: Little Designers (finish your designs!)

*At the end of the session at 2:00pm, our Little Designers will present… Tatooine Fashion Show

Students Will Learn:

  • Basic fundamentals of design
  • Developing and creating a character – name, movement, sounds/voice
  • Creative movement
  • How to work as part of a design team
  • Confidence in sharing their work while acting onstage
  • Costume design and assembly

What Students Create:

  • Their very own original droid character (design map and character development)
  • Droid costume

 

About the Movie: LEGO Star Wars Movies (Rated: G)
LEGO does Star Wars! This animated series parodies parts of the story line of the first three live-action Star Wars movies. All characters and much of the scenery are built of Lego pieces!

Littles Circle 2