Theater!

Fall Class Registration Now Open

2021-2022 Season

View our Class Schedule

Auditions

Upcoming Shows

Recent Shows

Theater Classes

Auditions

Matilda, a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers, lives with cruel parents who find her to be a nuisance, a lousy little worm, and a bore. When Matilda enters her first term at school, she captures the attention of Miss Honey, a kind teacher, and the two form a wonderful friendship. Unfortunately, the school is ruled by a tempestuous and mean headmistress named Miss Trunchbull, who hates children and delivers cruel and unjust punishments to all her charges. Matilda is determined to change her story, but will her cleverness and courage be enough to withstand the reign of Miss Trunchbull?

Ages 8 and Over

 

More Information & Audition Sign Up Form

Upcoming Shows

Check back soon for more performances!

Recent Shows

Once Upon A Mattress

Video Coming Soon!

Nutcracker
Short & Suite

We Are
Monsters

Theater Classes

Young students will use their imaginations to create characters and explore different acting techniques, practice rhythm and singing through various games and songs.

For our older students we utilize various acting games, improv, monologue, and scene work to improve acting skills – Students will explore how theatre is the art of telling stories through live acting.

We focus on each of these areas…

Creating an
Ensemble

Students learn to work together, build trust, and involved every member in a performance.

Movement &
Space

Students explore how pantomime and behavior help tell a story

Character
Development

Students explore what makes characters unique and how to create compelling characters onstage.

Objectives
and Tactics

Students will learn to think about the “why” behind every action.

Vocal
Control 

Students will understand the importance of articulation, projection, and voice variation.

Listening &
Reacting

Students will understand how being present, istening, and reacting are important parts of being an actor.

Stage Direction
& Blocking

Students will understand the “principles of blocking” and how to stage a scene without instruction.

Tell Me More!

Check out our class schedules and learn about the Parent Portal