For all face to face classes:
To ensure the health and safety of our students and staff, the following procedures will be followed for all classes:
Because of schedule uncertainty, reserve now and pay class fees on the first day of class
(a minimum of four students is necessary to hold a class).
Learn to make meaning out of the words in a play physically, verbally, and emotionally. Students will work with scenes from published plays to understand the characters, their relationships, their stories, and how to bring them to life.
Need to prepare a monologue for a school audition? We can help. We’ll give you individualized help in choosing a monologue, coach you to bring out your best performance of it, and video it for you so you can send it to the school.
Times to be arranged Contact the Director of Education to Schedule
Monday – Friday, October 19-23, 4:30PM-5:20PM
Whether knights and princesses, pirates, fairies, dogs, or talking fans, we’ll build a play together by adding characters, places, plots, problems, and solutions to create a story we will act out using our bodies, voices, and imaginations. Students will also learn to use things to have around the house to create costumes and props. This is an online course so access to a device capable of connecting to Zoom and a corresponding with parents through email is a necessity.