Welcome to our exciting Theater programs! Theater helps you express yourself, tell stories through personal narratives or reinvent yourself from lands of make believe. It influences the way we think and feel about the world around us!

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NEW! ACT 1: Acting Fundamentals

(Grades K-3)

Recommended for new or beginning acting students who want to participate in the next play or musical, Beginning Acting covers the fundamentals of acting through sensory, observation and relaxation exercises and games. Beginning actors will learn and practice good habits of basic stage movement, blocking, and body work in order to learn to move and act with purpose. This class will provide actors with the groundwork to take the stage with confidence and culminates with a fun mini showcase on the last day of class.

Wednesdays

Session 1: September 14-October 19
Session 2: October 26-November 30

4:20-5:20 pm
Sports and Recreation Center
$135 R/ $169 NR

NEW! ACT 2: Acting in Performance

(Grades 4-8)

Recommended for new or beginning acting students who want to participate in the next play or musical, Beginning Acting covers the fundamentals of acting through sensory, observation and relaxation exercises and games. Beginning actors will learn and practice good habits of basic stage movement, blocking, and body work in order to learn to move and act with purpose. This class will provide actors with the groundwork to take the stage with confidence and culminates with a fun mini showcase on the last day of class.

Wednesdays

Session 1: September 14-October 19
Session 2: October 26-November 30

4:20-5:20 pm
Sports and Recreation Center
$135 R/ $169 NR

NEW! Production Offering: The March Hare's Tale

(Grades K-8)

Dive into the magical world of theatre! Everyone who signs up will participate in the collaborative process of putting on a play from "page to stage"! Through the rehearsal process, each participant will be cast in a role as they learn and prepare scenes, develop character and learn how to play for an audience in a safe, supportive and instructive setting. By show time, each performer will have a Marquee moment to shine, sharpen skills as a performing artist, and stand taller after the final bow!

Hear ye! Hear ye! The Queen of Hearts is to marry Wonderland's King of Diamonds, and in preparation for wedding festivities, the king's social director, March Hare, must tackle a very long list of onerous undertakings requested by the queen. But plans go down the rabbit hole when March Hare learns of the evil queen's scheme to take over the kingdom by feeding everyone lunacy-inducing cherry tarts -- a royal ruse so delicious, even the king cannot resist! When the citizens of Wonderland turn even madder than the Hatter, March Hare and friend Megs come up with a plan. And not a moment too soon -- it looks as though March Hare is about to lose her head as she stands trial in front of a rigged jury! Luckily, her friends come together and save the day with a solution that's nothing to sneeze at!

This delightful play highlights the strength of friendships and the power of perseverance.

Auditions: September 7

Rehearsals: Mondays & Wednesdays starting September 12

Tech Week, Daily Rehearsal: October 10-13

Shows: October 14 & 15

Auditions- 5:30-8:30 pm

Rehearsals- 5:30-7:30 pm

Tech Week- 5:30-7:30 pm

Shows- October 14 at 7:30 pm; October 15 at 7:00 pm

Auditions & Rehearsals at Sports and Recreation Center

Tech Week & Show Locations: TBD

Tuition Fee $235 R/ $294 NR