FIRST STAGE

In this class you’ll discover which direction is “stage right” and what to do when the director says “cheat out.” You’ll learn how to use your voice, your face and your body to bring characters to life! We will perform a one-act play for family and friends as our final performance.

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Ages: 8-10
Level: Beginner
Class Size: Limited
Tuition: $270
Director:  Jane Colon-Bonet

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Rehearsals: Mondays 4:00 – 5:30 pm; Jan 31 – May 16
(NO CLASS March 14 for Spring Break)
Performance: Monday, May 23 @ 4:30 pm | Location to be determined*

*At the time of opening Registration, we have not secured a venue for our non-Lincoln Center performances. Therefore, performance dates are approximate. The final performance date will be confirmed by the first class.

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Students will learn:

  • The basics of acting.
  • The fundamentals of body movement, vocal control and theatre terminology.
  • To create a character and work in ensemble.

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PRE-TEN-DERS –  

Pre-Ten-Ders is for intermediate students age 8-10 who have completed First Stage or similar training.  Experience through rehearsal, improvisation, theatre games and fun!  Learn technical theatre “hands on” by designing and creating a full production.  A continuing introduction for young, excited actors!

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Ages: 8-10
Level: Intermediate
Class Size: Limited
Tuition: $270
Director:  Lee Osterhout-Kaplan or Jane Colon-Bonet
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Rehearsals: Thursdays 4:00 – 6:00 pm; Feb 3 – May 19
(NO CLASS March 17 for Spring Break)
Performance: Thursday, May 26 @ 4:30 pm | Location to be determined*

*At the time of opening Registration, we have not secured a venue for our non-Lincoln Center performances. Therefore, performance dates are approximate. The final performance date will be confirmed by the first class.

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Students will learn:

  • The procedure for producing a play.
  • The aspects of technical theatre.
  • What vital contributions each troupe member makes.
  • Script and character interpretation.

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