Film Acting Intensive
Discover what it’s like to be on set and what it takes to get you there! Students collaborate to make an original short film, which will be screened at their year-end performance. The class explores techniques on how to be in the moment, how to surprise yourself in your work, and how to audition for film and television.
Musical Theatre Intensive
Level 1, Ages 9-12
Level 2, Ages 10-13
Level 3, Ages 11-16
Keen students eager to see their skills and confidence grow learn acting techniques, dance and choreography, singing and musicianship, and more with our professional artist/instructors. Students will build connection, safety, and community, while creating dynamic ensemble and solo performances. Students should expect to learn 3-5 fully staged musical theatre pieces per year, perform in one or more final ensemble revues, and have the opportunity to perform a solo or a small group number at our intimate year-end cabaret. Students will be placed in classes based on age, skill, and experience.
*NEW* Sketch Comedy Intensive
Be bold and take your comedic and improv skills to the next level with the new Sketch Comedy Intensive. Through a mixture of improvisation and writing, young actors will gain creative thinking, team building, and communication skills that will benefit them on the stage and in everyday life. Industry professionals will help you develop your technique, discipline, and artistry. Work with other creative minds to explore, devise, and create sketches that will be shared with audiences throughout the year.
Youth Acting Intensive
Places, please! Young actors learn how to improve their rehearsal and performance skills through focused theatre exercises that encourage mindfulness and self-awareness. Students also experiment with emotional and physical character portrayals, all while collaborating with a class of like-minded performers in a supportive environment.
Ages 11-14, 13-16
Learn to follow your impulses and improve your rehearsal and performance skills through a variety of theatre exercises, character studies, and script work. Students will explore a variety of theatrical techniques and styles such as Laban, mime, and mask, while experimenting with breath work to help connect to and access different emotions. Young actors are empowered to make bold emotional and physical character choices. As levels progress, you will be able to grow a wealth of tactics to use in your portrayals.