Spring Class Schedule 2020
Spring classes meet once or twice a week for six weeks.
These classes will begin registering on March 1st, 2020
Preschool: Magic Shoes
April 17th – May 22nd
11 am – Noon
The shoes make the outfit, or should we say the character? Whether they are pirate boots, ice skates or seven league boots that take you on far away journeys, our magic shoes will lead us into a great day of fun and imagination. In this class designed just for 3 – 5 year olds, your young actor will create a character, learn a line and act out a new story. Along the way, through a variety of creative and dramatic games, students will learn theatre etiquette, develop their imagination, improve their self- confidence, and provide social interaction within an organized class setting.
K - 2nd: Born To Be Wild
April 17th May 22nd
4:15 – 5:30 pm:
Breaking news! The jungle animals are electing a new King of The Jungle! Which animal will tell a story that results in them winning the election? In this class, each student will create a unique personality for a jungle animal character to help tell this story. This play will be performed on the last day of class. Each day of class, students will also have the chance to play fun theatre games and work on their acting skills.
3rd - 5th: This Town Ain't Big Enough
Tuesdays & Thursdays
April 16th – May 21st
4 – 5:30 pm
When one old West Town gets tired of all of the outlaw trouble, they put an ad out for some help. When all of the West’s biggest heroes show up, the town gets a little crowded! This class starts with the experience of auditioning and continues with the creation of a character, memorization of lines, an a full performance with costumes and makeup. All students will receive a major role in this show that is performed for the public on May 20th and 21st at 7 pm.
6th - 8th: The Real Sherlock Holmes
Mondays and Wednesdays
March 14th – April 29th
3:15 – 4:45 pm
Sherlock Holmes- that mysterious figure who battles crime on the streets of London. No mystery remains unsolved with Sherlock on the case. But, what if the mystery is Sherlock himself? Who is the real Sherlock Holmes? Find out in this original mystery based on the original stories. The class starts with the experience of auditioning and continues with the creation of a character, memorization of lines and a full performance with costumes and makeup. All students will receive a major role in this show that is performed for the public on May 1st and 2nd at 7 pm.
9th - 12th: Swingin' On A Star (A musical production)
Tuesdays and Thursdays
March 24th – May 7th
3:15 – 5:30 pm