Theatre is fun and creative and it teaches valuable life skills of cooperation, listening, public speaking, self-confidence and time management. Our program covers the whole theatre experience, from performance to backstage technical skills. Programs for all ages and skill levels are available.

Classes begin the week of January 13 and will end with a showcase performance in May.

Imagination Station

Wednesdays (Class will not meet February 19, April 8)
3pm – 4pm

Students will explore creating characters, singing, dancing and altogether creative play.
Ages: 3-4
Instructor: Tammy Barton

Cost: Members $85 per semester / Non-Members $100 per semester (fees can be paid in monthly installments)

Creative Drama: Beyond the Stars

Wednesdays (Class will not meet on February 19, April 8)
4pm – 5pm

Students will explore movement, character, voice and storytelling activities as they get ready to present the play, Beyond the Stars, at the end of class, May 13.
Ages: 5-7
Instructor: Tammy Barton

Cost: Members $135 per semester / Non-Members $150 per semester (fees can be paid in monthly installments)


Acting Up Theatre Class

Thursdays (Class will not meet on February 20, April 9)
4pm – 5:30pm

Each class will focus on scene study, ending with a performance of selected scenes from a play. End of the semester performance will be on May 12.
Ages: 8-12
Instructor: Jenny Lyle

Cost: Members $150 per semester / Non-Members $180 per semester (fees can be paid in monthly installments)


Junior Company Acting Class

Tuesdays (Class will not meet on February 18, April 7)
5pm – 6:30pm

This class is a study of classical and contemporary drama with an introduction to some of the greatest playwrights. Subjects will include improvisation, scene study, stage movement and audition preparation. End of semester performance will be on May 11.
Ages: 13-15
Instructor: Cindi Winstead

Cost: Members $150 per semester / Non-Members $180 per semester (fees can be paid in monthly installments)


Teen Theatre Audition/College Prep Workshop

February 14, 2020
5pm – 6:30pm

Amanda Wansa Morgan is the coordinator of musical theatre and associate professor of theatre and performance studies at Kennesaw State University and has worked at many Atlanta theatres. Her workshop will feature her expert advice on college-audition and prep work. This is an excellent opportunity to learn what industry professionals are looking for in their performance candidates from a current Atlanta director.
Ages: 15 – 19
Instructors:
Amanda Morgan/Lauren Kuykendall
Free

Audition Workshop/Cirque Workshop Aerial Silks Masterclass

May 3, 2020
1pm – 2pm, Audition Workshop
2pm – 5pm, Cirque Workshop

Actors will work with Teen Theatre directors on prepping for auditions. Please bring a 16-bar cut and monologue. Following the audition workshop, actors are welcome to join our cirque instructor and a choreographer on aerial silk basics and cirque-based floor work. It is not a requirement to attend either workshop.

You MUST fill out the waiver and bring it to the cirque workshop. Those without a waiver will not participate. NO EXCEPTIONS. Due to space limitations parents must wait in the lobby.
Ages: 15-19
Instructors: Asa Stephens/Lauren Kuykendall

Cost: Members $20 / Non-Members $25