Ever want a night out at the movies but it feels just a little too far away? No need to worry! Each Friday night in July, CEPA is screening a different family-friendly movie for free! See below for a list of movies and dates, along with a short synopsis of each film.
After his former captain kidnaps his love interest, a blacksmith teams up with a pirate to save her. Taking off on a pirate voyage, the two work together, not always well, to fight off skeletons and ghosts, working to lift a curse and retrieve the lady. After his former captain kidnaps his love interest, a pirate teams up with a blacksmith to save her. Taking off on a pirate voyage, the two work together, not always well, to fight off skeletons and ghosts, working to lift a curse and retrieve the lady.
This sequel follows a blue fish who, after years of memory loss, begins remembering her family. Her and her friends go back to her home turf in search of her parents, rediscovering old friends and making new friends, namely a curmudgeonly octopus, along the way.
After growing up in a rural town, an ambitious bunny moves to the big city in pursue of her dream job – becoming the first bunny cop! She soon learns this is harder than she expected and must team up with a sly fox after being tasked with finding one of the 14 predators that have recently gone missing in the community.
There’s a new toy in town, and he’s taking over the team. After a child gets a new astronaut toy for his birthday, it becomes his new favorite, taking the place of the previously favored cowboy, who becomes jealous of the astronaut. This movie delves into the lives of toys, following them through their journey of moving to a new house. Being nabbed by the new neighbor along the way, the two rivals must team up to get home.
Concessions will be available for purchase during the event. Be sure to bring your family, and even a blanket to curl up with, and don’t miss these titles being shown on the CEPA screen. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and movies will begin at 7:00 p.m.
During Art Camp, kids will have fun with multiple art mediums, including painting.
The Council of the Arts of St. Clair County is bringing back their annual art camp – and this year it’s going to be bigger than before.
Lesley Gray Warren, a theatre instructor at Jefferson State Community College and Spotlight Program Coordinator for CEPA, will lead adult acting classes in July and August at CEPA in Pell City.
Beginning in July, the adults of St. Clair County will get their chance to shine on the CEPA stage.
In response to high demand, the Center For Education and Performing Arts (CEPA) in Pell City, located at 25 Williamson Drive, is offering its inaugural Adult Acting Class beginning next month. The class will be taught by Lesley Gray Warren, a veteran actor and director who has taught acting on the university level for more than five years.
Warren is currently an instructor of theatre at Jefferson State – St. Clair and serves as Spotlight Program Coordinator for CEPA. She most recently directed the CEPA production of Bus Stop in April under the Spotlight banner, which is the nonprofit’s program aimed at expanding theater education in the county.
Acting class students will learn the basic techniques of the most famous acting teachers of the 20th Century. They will focus on vocal strength, honest listening and communication, physical relaxation and simply being a real person on stage.
“You don’t have to be an actor to need an acting class,” says Warren.“The skills actors learn are translatable to almost any occupation. I mean, who couldn’t stand to be a more confident, more effective communicator and public speaker?”
Classes run Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 11 through August 17 from 6-8 p.m. with a showcase performance on the final evening. Cost is $185 per student or $300 per couple. Space is limited to 18 students, so register soon.
For more information or to register, click here or call (205) 338-1974.
It’s time for our Drama Camp kids to take the stage!
They’ve shown up, learned the songs, rehearsed their lines, and had a bit of fun along the way – now they get to show off what they’ve learned.