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YAST - Session 1 10 6
Young Actors' Summer Theatre (YAST) was created 33 years ago by its creator/director Donald Cleland. The program's curriculum is based on improvisation. Young actors participate in a variety of theatre activities designed to improve their skills in improvisation, characterization, creativity, and cooperative skills. 
 
Session 1 is for children in grades 2 - 5 and is held from 8:30 AM - 12 Noon, July 26 - August 6. 
 
The first week is Monday through Thursday and the second week is Monday through Friday.  A free public performance will be held on Friday of the second week.  Due to COVID, we have yet to determine exactly what that performance will look like.  We will need to determine the location and number of audience members allowed.   
 
During the two-week sessions, the actors participate in theatre arts games and exercises that help them feel comfortable on stage, enjoy getting to know each other and work as a team, and flex their creative muscles.  They also spend the time creating an original unscripted 30-minute play that will be performed on the last day of the workshop.  
YAST - Session 2 10 0

Young Actors' Summer Theatre (YAST) was created by its director Donald Cleland, in 1986. The program's curriculum is based on improvisation. Young actors participate in a variety of theatre activities designed to improve their skills in improvisation, characterization, creativity, and cooperative skills. 

 

Session 2 is for children in grades 6 - 12 and is held from 1:00 to 4:30 PM, July 26 - August 6.

The first week is Monday through Thursday and the second week is Monday through Friday.  A free public performance will be held on Friday of the second week.  Due to COVID, we have yet to determine exactly what that performance will look like.  We will need to determine the location and number of audience members allowed.  

During the two-week sessions, the actors are participating in theatre arts games and exercises that help them feel comfortable on stage, enjoy getting to know each other and work as a team, and flex their creative muscles.  They also spend the time creating an original unscripted 30-minute play that will be performed on the last day of the workshop.