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How The Grinch Stole Christmas

Instructor: Michael Richmond
Saturdays, Nov. 11- Dec. 16, 10am-11am, Arts Center 
Performance Dec. 16, 10:30am
Ages 6-10
Cost: $75 members, $82.50 non-members

Welcome in the holiday season with a Dr. Seuss classic: How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Follow the mischievous Grinch, and his plot to steal Christmas from the lovable citizens of Whoville! Not if the most lovable of all, Cindy Lou Who, can stop him and his devious plan! This holiday-themed class will introduce acting and singing to a dramatic reading of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

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HOMESCHOOL: James and the Giant Peach

Instructor: Julia Reid
Wednesdays, Jan. 3- Feb.7, 10am to noon and Monday Feb. 12, 10am to noon.
Performance Feb 12 at 7:30pm
Ages: 8-14
Cost: $100 members, $110 non-members

Follow James on his adventure in the Giant Peach with his new friends, including mischievous Centipede, woeful Earthworm, and Clever Spider. Final day will result in a performance for family and friends. All skill levels encouraged!

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HOMESCHOOL: Alice in Wonderland

Instructor: Angela Miloro-Hansen
Thursdays, Jan 4- Feb.13, 10am-noon
Performance Feb. 13 at 7:30pm
Ages: 12-17
Cost: $90 members, $99 non-members

Join Alice on her adventures in Wonderland as she meets the Mad Hatter, March Hare, White Rabbit, Queen of Hearts, and more. Final day will result in a performance for family and friends.

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Screen to Stage: Calling All Monsters!

Instructor: Michael Richmond
Saturdays, Jan. 13-March 3, 10am-11am
Performance March 3 at 10:30am
Ages: 6-10 Cost: $90 members, $99 non-members

Calling all Monsters! Join us in the city of Monstropolis where children are considered toxic, and home of Monsters, Inc. Join James P. “Sulley” Sullivan, one of the top scarers, and his assistant, Mike Wazowski during a fiasco at the Monsters, Inc. factory. This story has a character for everyone, and a chance to act out adapted scenes from the beloved Pixar movie: Monsters, Inc

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Auditions Techniques-Prep for the 2018-2019 Season!

Instructor: Chloe Porter
Saturdays, Jan. 6-27, 1-4pm
Ages: 13 and up: instructor approval required. See below.
Cost: $90 members, $99 non-members 

Have you heard the news about our 2018-2019 Season? It might be our biggest one yet! What better way to prepare for upcoming auditions than with this 4 week master class? In this class, students will get a chance to discover audition monologues, work scenes, find song cuts, create or edit a resume, and get professional headshots! Students are encouraged to bring audition materials. Registration is by instructor approval, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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King Arthur

Instructor: Angela Miloro-Hansen
Thursdays, Feb. 1- March 15, 4-6pm, and Wednesday March 21, 4-6pm
Perfomance at 7:30pm
Ages: 8-14
Cost: $90 members, $99 non-members  

A fun parody of King Arthur and The Sword in the Stone. Will Merlin be able to train young Arthur in time to prove himself? Comic Knights of the Round Table and evil sorceresses round out this entertaining story. Final day will result in a performance for family and friends.

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Character Development

Instructor: Chloe Porter
Saturdays, Feb, 3-24, 1-3pm
Ages: 13 and up.
Instructor approval required- see below.
Cost: $90 members, $99 non-members  

Sanford Meisner defines acting as “living truthfully in imaginary circumstances.” This truth is found in part through character development. This 4 week master class will cover the complexities of various characters and how to portray them believably to an audience. Every character is essential to the success of any show, this class will hone in on characters of all shapes and sizes. Instructor approval is required, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Acting: Telling the Story

Instructor: Art Suskin
Sundays, Feb. 4- March 18, 1-3:30pm
Age: 14-80+
Cost: $175 members, $192.50 non-members

xplores characters and scenes from plays suggested by the students & the instructor. The focus will be on “getting on your feet and doing it” using monologues and scenes. We will examine areas of the actor’s craft including but not limited to:

*Clarity: Telling the Story
*Auditioning: The Craft of Cold Readings
*Creating a Character: Finding the Motivation
*Script Analysis: What Is This Story About and How Does My Character Fit In?
*Words-As-Action: Speaking the Words with Intent and Confidence
*Physical Movement: Living in the Skin of the Character
*Performance vs. Rehearsal: “Tuning Your Instrument”

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