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Spring 2022 Conservatory Classes

February 22 – May 13

(12 weeks)

Arts & Learning is the place to be for high-quality theatre education this spring! Performers learn, grow, and thrive with our top-notch instructors in a fun and supportive environment.

Young Actors 
Ages: 6 - 10 Years


Feb. 22 – May 10
Tuesdays: 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Designed to inspire creativity and confidence in young performers, this class utilizes carefully curated theatre exercises that encourage bold acting choices, stage presence, and skill-building. Students learn to use their voices and bodies to tell stories through theatre games, sensory activities, pantomime, improvisation, monologues, scene work, and more.

Performance Academy
Ages: 9 - 12 Years


Feb. 22 – May 10
Tuesdays: 4:30pm - 5:30pm

This class introduces exceptionally focused young performers to the art of play performance. From a professional director, students learn fundamental acting techniques, terminology, audition skills, script analysis, character development, diction, and how to behave logically and naturally onstage. Performance training builds life skills such as listening, empathy, responsibility, and teamwork. The play title will be tailored to the number of students in the class and will be announced on the first day of class. Students will perform with costumes and props for an audience of family members on the final day.

Musical Theatre Troupe
Ages: 10 - 18 Years


Feb. 22 – May 10
Tuesdays: 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Our brand-new show choir is an elite group of student singers, grades 5-12, that focuses on vocal skills, technique, stage presence, and community. The troupe will have the opportunity to perform their medley of songs at a variety of community events throughout the season.

Teen Improv Troupe
​Ages: 13 - 18 Years


Feb. 25 – May 13
Fridays: 4:00pm - 5:00pm

This class provides a fun and supportive arena to hone improv skills and teamwork. Through theatre games and exercises that help students think on their feet and out of the box, students will zero in on scene work, focus, listening skills, storytelling, character development, and establishing an environment. The class culminates in a rollicking “Whose Line Is It Anyway” type of performance for an audience.

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