Youth Theatre Classes

Spring & Summer Terms available. Select term, then click on the class name to enroll.

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Narnia the Musical varies 26

THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CAST - ONLY THOSE IN THE CAST SHOULD REGISTER.

This class required auditions on 4/3-4/6 and a cast was choosen.  This class is only open to the cast that was choosen by the director.

Experiment with IMPROV 2 Saturday, May 28 9:00 - 12:30 7

Experiment with IMPROV

Saturday, May 28

9:00 - 12:30

Ages 12-99

Learn how to improvise with Riley Forrest. In this stand-alone workshop, participants will learn the making and performance of improv by participating in exercises fit for all! Open to all skill levels. Dress comfortably for active movement.

Instructor Riley Forrest

Cost $35

Location: Greyhound Rehearal Hall 285 S. Foster St. Dothan

Theatre Camp in Elba, Ala. Monday, 6/6 - Friday, 6/10 8:30-11:30 AM 20

Theatre Camp in Elba, Ala.

Monday, 6/6 - Friday, 6/10

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 6-14

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor: Brianna Lewis

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Elba High School, Auditorium (371 Tiger Drive)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 6/1. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Creative Drama Camp in Dothan (1) Monday, 6/13 - Friday, 6/17 8:30-11:30 AM 8

Creative Drama in Dothan

Monday, 6/13 - Friday, 6/17

8:30 - 11:30 AM

Ages 4-6

Creative Drama for our youngest students serves as an opportunity to discover and explore imagination and creativity. The camp is designed to use creative play, process drama, and visual art to further expand both a young child’s imagination and their developing intelligence. This is done by shaping the curriculum around a piece of children’s literature, and academically structuring the sessions. There will be a short share-time for family and friends at the conculsion of camp on Friday.

Instructor: Riley Forrest

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 6/8. Five (5) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Dothan (1) Monday, 6/13 - Friday, 6/17 8:30 - 11:30 AM 15

Theatre Camp in Dothan (Session 1)

Monday, 6/13 - Friday, 6/17

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 7-13

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor: Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 6/8. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Dothan (2) Monday, 6/13 - Friday, 6/17 1:30-4:30 PM 15

Theatre Camp in Dothan (Session 2)

Monday, 6/13 - Friday, 6/17

1:30- 4:30 PM

Ages 7-13

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 4:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 6/8. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Advanced Theatre Intensive, The Giver 6/20 - 7/1, times vary 9

June 20 - July 1. Cultural Arts Center.

Audition required

This is a fast-paced 9-day theatre intensive for mature actors. The actors will meet June 20- June 24 from 1:00-4:00 each day, and then again June 27 - July 1 from 8:30-4:00 each day. At the end of the session the students will host a public performance, July 1 at 7:00 PM.

Cost $150

All students must be in grades 7-12 in the 2022-2023 school year.

*This show will also be entered into a competition in November.  All students must also be able to attend brush up rehearsals and the competition.  Dates are in November and will be given out during the intensive week.

Theatre Camp in Graceville, Fla. Monday, 6/20 - Friday, 6/24 8:30-11:30 AM 15

Theatre Camp in Graceville, Fla.

Monday, 6/20 - Friday, 6/24

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 6-14

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Graceville School (5539 Brown Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 6/15. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Blakely, Ga. Monday, 6/27 - Friday, 7/1 8:30-11:30 AM 15

Theatre Camp in Blakely, GA

Monday, 6/27 - Friday, 7/1

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 6-13

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor: Brianna Lewis

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Early County Elementary School, Lunchroom (283 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 6/22. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Creative Drama Camp in Dothan (2) Monday, 7/11 - Friday, 7/15 8:30-11:30 AM 8

Creative Drama in Dothan (Session 2)

Monday, 7/11 - Friday, 7/15

8:30 - 11:30 AM

Ages 4-6

Creative Drama for our youngest students serves as an opportunity to discover and explore imagination and creativity. The camp is designed to use creative play, process drama, and visual art to further expand both a young child’s imagination and their developing intelligence. This is done by shaping the curriculum around a piece of children’s literature, and academically structuring the sessions. There will be a short share-time for family and friends at the conculsion of camp on Friday.

Instructor: Brianna Lewis

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/6. Five (5) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Dothan (3) Monday, 7/11 - Friday, 7/15 8:30-11:30 15

Theatre Camp in Dothan (Session 3)

Monday, 7/11 - Friday, 7/15

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 7-13

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor: Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/6. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Dothan (4) Monday, 7/11 - Friday, 7/15 1:30-4:30 PM 15

Theatre Camp in Dothan (Session 4)

Monday, 7/11 - Friday, 7/15

1:30-4:30 PM

Ages 7-13

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 4:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/6. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Enterprise (1) Monday, 7/18 - Friday, 7/22 8:30-11:30 AM 20

Theatre Camp in Enterprise (Session 1)

Monday, 7/18 - Friday, 7/22

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 6-14

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Enterprise State Community College, Multi-purpose Room (600 Plaza Drive)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/13. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Enterprise (2) Monday, 7/18 - Friday, 7/22 1:30-4:30 PM 20

Theatre Camp in Enterprise (Session 2)

Monday, 7/18 - Friday, 7/22

1:00-4:00 PM

Ages 6-14

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 3:30. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor: Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Enterprise State Community College, Multi-purpose Room (600 Plaza Drive)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/13. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Pantomime Storytelling Camp in Dothan 7/25-7/29 1:30-4:30 15

Pantomime Storytelling Camp in Dothan

Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29

1:30- 4:30 PM

Ages 13-18

In this camp students will create a pantomime in the silent, storytelling style of Charlie Chaplin, Marcel Marceau, Buster Keaton, or Red Skelton.  The students will be placed in small groups and choose a piece of silent film music, create a storyline with action and obstacle, establish characters, and work together to bring the story to life through pantomime.  The students will perform their piece during class and apply all directions given by instructor and peers.  The class will have a final production of their work on Friday, July 29th at 4:00pm for family, friends and community.  Students will be focusing on using facial expressions and body movement to communicate  with fellow actors and the audience to tell their stories.  Open to all experience levels.

Instructor: Sandra Peters

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/20. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Dothan (5) Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29 8:30-11:30 AM 15

Theatre Camp in Dothan (Session 5)

Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 10-16

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Sandra Peters

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Cultural Arts Center (909 S. Saint Andrews Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/20. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Headland (1) Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29 8:30-11:30 AM 20

Theatre Camp in Headland (Session 1)

Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29

8:30-11:30 AM

Ages 5-14

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 11:00. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Headland High School, Auditorium (8 Sporman Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/20. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.

Theatre Camp in Headland (2) Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29 1:00-4:00 PM 20

Theatre Camp in Headland (Session 2)

Monday, 7/25 - Friday, 7/29

1:00-4:00 PM

Ages 5-14

In each of the daily sessions, campers learn the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Younger students learn how to act out a story and develop characters. Older students become confident in body language, oral interpretation, clarity, and vocal projection. Theatre builds skills in decision-making and teamwork in a fun and creative way. These skills apply beyond the stage to academic achievement, and improving daily interactions with other students and adults. We will have a short FREE performance for family, friends, and the community at the conclusion of camp on Friday at 3:30. Camp is open to all experience levels.

Instructor:  Abigail Phillips

Cost: $120 per student. Payment is required at registration. No refunds, however the registration can be deferred to a future 2022 summer camp if space is available. (Financial assistance is available.)

Location: Headland High School, Auditorium (8 Sporman Street)

Deadline to register: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 7/20. Ten (10) registered students are the minimum to host this camp.