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Improv for Grounded Scene Work 20 20

(10 weeks. Sept. 8-Nov. 24. no class Sept. 22 or Nov. 3. Sundays 10-12 noon.) 

$250 (Payment plans available. Call for more info.) 

This class uses improvisation and scripted work to access and develop character & relationships in scenes. Improvisation is a theatrical form and theatre benefits form the spontaneity and listening skills of improvisation. whether you consider yourself an actor, improvisor, or both, this class will help you level up your performance. 

Intro to Long Form Improv 20 20

(10 weeks. September 9-November 10. Mondays 8-1 0pm) 

$250 (Payment plans available. Call for more info.) 

This class will develop improvisational skills in the context of "long form" which sustains improvisation throu hout a performancebased on external suggestions. The class will introduce performers to Montage, The Harold, and narrative improv. This fast-paced, challenging but really fun course welcomes all skill levels! 

Kids' Theatre Exploration & Discovery (Grades 3-6) 20 20

Kids’ Theatre Exploration and Discovery Class

Students will explore storytelling, movement, vocalization,  character development and performance techniques.

(Grade 3-6).  Thursdays 4-6pm 

Musical Theatre (Grades 4-12) 30 30

Musical Theatre Class 

 Tuition is $370 per 10 week session, (additional siblings $350) for this class. 

Students will explore musical theatre performance, vocalization, character development, movement, dance and ensemble work.  Students will perform in a musical theatre production.  

(Grades 4-12) Saturdays 12-3

Teen- Elements of Acting 20 20

Teen Elements of Acting

Students will explore movement, vocalization, character development and devised theatre through workshop exercises, improvisation, and an overview of acting techniques.

(Grades 7-9) Tuesdays 4-6pm

Teens' Improvisation 16 16

 Kids’ Improvisation 

Students will learn about improvisation basics and vocabulary including space work, point of view, character development, taking risks, and working as an ensemble.

Grades (6-10)  Mondays 4-6