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​​April- May Kids' Classes 

 

Acting Class/ Skit Performance

6 Week Session
Mondays 4-5:30

Begins April 6th 
Grades 2nd-5th  (Minimum of 6 students needed to sign up. Max of 12)
$100 

 

 

Acting Class/ Skit Performance

6 Week Session
Tuesdays 5:30-7 

Begins April 7th
Grades 2nd-5th (Minimum of 6 students needed to sign up. Max of 12)
$100 

 

Cinderella Outgrows the Glass Slipper

 
Class Description: 
Students in the class will learn principles of acting, as well as basic script analysis. This class will be part discussion based, part games, part performance, with some writing and drawing. This is a great way to make friends, while also strengthening skills in communication, critical thinking, comprehension, and more! 

 

During the last class meeting, students will be able to invite 3-4 family members/friends to attend and watch the class performance. 

 


Theater Games/ Improv 

6 Week Session
Wednesdays 5:30-7

Begins April 8th
Grades 6th-8th (Minimum of 8 students needed to sign up. Max of 20)
$75 

 



Students will learn theater games that will help them feel more comfortable onstage and with public speaking. They will tap into their inner silly sides, while forming bonds with others their own age. They will also learn some of the basics of improv comedy like thinking quickly on their feet, and being a team player. 

 

During the last class meeting, students will be able to invite 3-4 family members/friends to attend and watch the class performance. 

 

Costume Design 

4 Week Session
Thursdays 4- 5:30

Begins April 9th (Minimum of 5 students needed to sign up. Max of 15)
Grades 3rd-8th
$60 

 


Students will be introduced to principles of costume design. They will learn how to analyze text to find out information about a play/characters, and then form opinions on how the character would dress. They will do research and present their findings. There will be a lot of drawing and sketching (don’t worry—anyone can do it!) and making their own creations. The students will work together to create a costume out of unconventional materials. 

 

During the last class meeting, students will be able to invite family members/friends to view their creations in a mini-exhibit.