Come one, come all! If you are a young person who has taken classes, camps, or performed with STC or if you want to learn more about getting involved in ClassAct Dramatics, bring the whole family to our Ice Cream Social! Enjoy performances from some of your teachers, fellow students, and the cast of Free to Be...You and Me! See you there!
Puppetry has played an important role in communicating stories and folklore in many parts of the world. Puppetry incorporates elements of all art forms such as literature, painting, sculpture, music, dance, drama and enables students to develop their creative abilities. In Street Theatre Company’s Youth Puppet Workshop children ages 7-12 years old will get a chance to learn the importance of puppetry through games and hands-on activities. They will learn how to make the puppet come alive while also expanding their creativity and storytelling skills while being involved in a fun and interactive program. After learning the basics, kids will give their puppets a voice and put on a show, and they’ll have a great time doing it!
Workshop is Saturday, June 18th from 11:30-1:30pm and the kids will perform some of their new puppetry skills at the Ice Cream Social at 2pm! Invite your friends and family! Workshop fee is $30 and class is limited to 14 students. Scholarships are available based on financial need. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 554-7414 to register!
Into the Spotlight, Ages 8-12
STUDIO HOURS (at home studio, Inglewood): Tuesdays 5:30 – 7:30p.m. , Thursdays, 3 - 6 p.m. , Saturdays, 9 - 12 p.m.
The Art of Play, Ages 5-7
Young budding actors will learn to explore their creativity, using movement and imagination to help them channel and express emotions in a constructive way. Emphasis is also placed on working together in a supportive and team-building environment. Parents and friends will be invited to the last day of class for an informal performance and overview of what students have learned and accomplished.
All the World’s a Stage, Ages 8-12
Geared for the beginning actor in this age group. Students will participate in theatre games and learn and practice theatre vocabulary and theatre etiquette both on and off stage. Parents and friends will be invited to the last day of class for an informal performance and overview of what students have learned and accomplished.
Improv Class, Ages 10-16
Instructor: Scott Field
An improv class taught by Improv Nashville founder, Scott Field. Learn the fundamentals of improvisation and performance. Participants will learn to perform spontaneous scenes similar to the popular television show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Improv also teaches valuable life skills such as listening, communication and self-confidence while developing individual creativity through the use of theatre games and exercises.
Half and full day options available, 9-12 and 1-4. Open to ages 8 -16.
* If your child is on the cusp of any of the age ranges for a class please feel free to talk to us about which class would be best for them. Classes will perform at a Group Final Class Performance on May 7th.
Tuition for each class is $125, with scholarships available based on financial need.
For more information or to register, email email@example.com or call 615-554-7414
Summer Youth Performance Company production:
Participation by audition only. No participation fee.
Please contact STC for an audition time at 554-7414 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
STC Junior Drama Camp
9am-4pm; Monday through Friday,
Tuition: $165 a week per student, $190 including pre- and after-care
Students can enroll weekly only or for all sessions. The program culminates in a performance on each Friday evening followed by the Youth Performance Company’s production of Free to Be...You and Me.
Half day options from 9-12 OR 1-4 available as well for $85.
To register, email email@example.com
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