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Exploring with Olivia 9:30-10:30am 12 10

1-3rd Grade


Exploring with Olivia! 


Calling all book lovers! Our theatre library is open and this session we’ll be reading the story: Olivia the Spy! Using their bodies, voices, and imaginations, students will go on an adventure with Olivia to unlock the dramatic elements of character and emotion. 

This is a one-time class conducted via Zoom.

Improv Club 11:30am-12:30pm, and 1-2pm 12 12

Improv Club  


Join us for the first session of our improv series! Learn the foundations of improv beginning with character creation and the concept of “Yes, And…,” as you improv your way through this 2 hour class. This class is all about improvisation, skill building, and fun!

This class included one 30 minute lunch break in between two 1-hour sessions.

Jr. Detectives: Mystery Archives Monday 3-4pm

Calling all Jr. Detectives! The game’s afoot! We’ve unlocked the door to the Mystery Archives.  We need your help solving the mystery hiding within the pages of our books. 

Students will use their voices, bodies, and imaginations to uncover clues hidden within familiar storybooks. At the end of our eight week session, we’ll put the clues together to uncover a secret message in their final showcase!

This course is 8 weeks, beginning on Monday, October 5, and ending Monday, November 23.

Playwriting 1-3pm 12 11

This is a fun, fast-paced writing workshop where students will learn the fundamental narrative tools (Conflict, Dialogue, Motion, etc.) that will help them turn their greatest ideas into actual, producible stories. 

Through a mix of critical discussion, writing prompts and improv exercises, each participant will get the chance to develop one of their own, original ideas and start taking the steps to actualize that idea into a final product of their choosing (Movie, TV Show, Play, Novel, TikTok Video, etc.)  


This workshop is a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning about how stories are made, regardless of experience level.

This class will be held via Zoom.


The Mystery Monologues Tuesdays 5-6:30pm 12 1

Everyone has motive. Everyone has opportunity. The question is: Whodunnit? In this class, students will have the opportunity to develop a character from scratch and create a monologue for their character that will serve as their alibi in the case of a stolen work of art. They’ll perform their alibis in our final showcase where it will be up to the audience to decide: whodunnit. Every mystery has a twist: our students won’t know who the culprit is until the end of the showcase. 

This is an 8 week course, beginning Tuesday, October 6, and ending Tuesday, November 24.

Who's Mystery is it Anyway??? Tuesdays 3-4:30pm

Learn the foundations of developing a strong character, given circumstances, and objectives as you improv your way through solving a mystery of your own ! This class is all about improv, skill building, and fun.

In this eight week session, we will focus on the basic building blocks of improv in order to equip students with the tools they need to create improvised scenes in their final showcase: Mysteries from a Hat.

This is an 8 week course, beginning Tuesday, October 6, and ending Tuesday, November 24.