FALL SEMESTER SEPTEMBER 4 – DECEMBER 21
SPRING SEMESTER JANUARY 8 – MAY 24
Our Youth Theatre course is designed so that students with little or no theatre experience all the way to experienced young actors can flourish and grow. We foster a nurturing and supportive classroom environment where students are safe to take risks and step outside their comfort zones. Improvisation, audition technique, and beginning scene work are used to introduce students to acting and character development. Because theatre is a collaborative discipline, students will also gain exposure to visual art, music, dance, and technical theatre elements. Students learn to build an ensemble that values play, trust, expressiveness, curiosity, and generosity of spirit. Students learn the building blocks of physical acting: posture, poise, movement, and character building. Through rehearsal and performance of plays and musicals, students explore the framework of storytelling and develop skills to tell stories that are meaningful, connected, and worth telling.
This experience and exposure to storytelling through theatre is designed to foster a life-long appreciation for the arts, and develop life skills that extend beyond the classroom.
SEPT, OCT, & NOV Normal Class Schedule
DECEMBER 9Saturday Rehearsal
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
4:00 PM -9:00 PM
FINAL DRESS & PHOTO CALL
4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
DEC 2 – 6 PM CHRISTMAS PARADE
DEC 13 – 5 PM & 7 PM
DEC 14 – 5 PM & 7 PM
DEC 15 – 5 PM & 7 PM
DEC 16 – 2 PM, 5 PM & 7 PM
Class returns to regular schedule until December 21. Students are expected to be in attendance.
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Middle School is a perfect time to start private lessons. We encourage this age group to try piano, guitar, voice, orchestral strings (violin, viola, cello, bass) or woodwinds (flute) but we are happy to discuss other options.NEW STUDENT REGISTRATIONRETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATIONQUESTIONS?/MORE INFO