Theatre Classes - Spring 2022



Little Black Box Theatre - Ages 4-9

Ages 4-6 (Act I): Sat. 11:30-12:15 pm

Ages 7-9 (Act II): Sat. 12:15-1:15 pm

With Instructor: Megan Williams! Students will learn the basics of theatre: working in an ensemble, moving on stage, singing, dancing, and creating as a group! The class will explore fairytale stories, songs, and scenes from some musical favorites! No class 3/12, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 or 5/14. There will be a makeup class; day and time TBA! This class will culminate with a performance on the last class day 5/21!

Improv Olympics - Ages 12-18

Tue. 6:00-7:00 pm  

With Instructor: Maria Getz Beery! This high energy class will get you thinking on your feet! Students will learn the basics of improvisation through a variety of games and exercises. They will create dialogue, characters and settings on the spot each week by using brainstorming and their creativity. The class will culminate in a showcase/improv show for parents and friends! No class on 4/19.

Teens Take The Stage! - Ages 13-18

Tue. 6:00-7:00 pm  

With Instructor: Maria Getz Beery! Students will hone their acting skills by rehearsing and performing in a series of short one-act plays that emphasize process and collaboration. Classes will delve into the rehearsal process from the beginning through the selection of a script, casting, blocking, rehearsing, technical elements and performing. No class on 4/19.

Playwriting Workshop - Ages 12-18

Tue. 7:00-8:00 pm

Students will explore the basics of playwriting by creating compelling characters, interesting conflicts and engaging dialogue. Classes will be spent using a variety of brainstorming and "writing on your feet" exercises to inspire creativity through storytelling. Each student will complete a full one-act play by the end of the semester with an option of presenting it in a staged reading format. No class on 4/19.

Monologue Workshop - Ages 10-15   CANCELLED

4/7-5/19/22, 6 Wks   Thur. 5:00-5:45 pm   Tuition: $84 or $47/mo. (2 mo's)   $10 Mat. Fee

With Instructor: Audrey Lee-Strohm! In this class, students will pick out a monologue that caters to their needs, age, skills, and desired style. Students will work on emoting and transferring meaning from the words to the stage. Students will perform their monologues on stage!



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