We prefer the term "workshops" over "classes."  During each meeting of a workshop, the student is actively engaged in creative work.  
All workshops are hands-on, so the learner can expect to be actively “doing”.

A workshop: 1) meets regularly over a period of weeks to develop a specific set of skills; 2) has a planned scope and sequence of learning outcomes; 3) may be offered in either group or single-student format; 4) may be offered at multiple times throughout the year, or may also be a unique session that presents a special topic or a "master class."  

Unlike the training that we do in conjunction with our projects, these workshops stand independently, and do not culminate with a production. 

Check out our unique and challenging workshops for spring 2016. Click on the title for details; register below: 

  1. FIGURE: Puppeteering (ages 6 to 13)
  2. IMMERSE: Bilingual Theatre (ages 12 to adult)
  3. PROPOSE: Audition Skills (ages 8 to 15)
  4. PREPARE: Audition Prep
  5. ENTHRALL: Family Play Reading (ages 7 to adult)
  6. SPROUT: Wee Actors (ages 4 to 6)
To accommodate busy families, we will offer these workshops at the most popular hour on a Saturday afternoon.  When you register, please tell us what start time would suit you. 

Register for a Workshop

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