Spring Session: February 2nd. - March 31st
(no classes during Spring Break 3/21 - 3/27)
"The actor has to develop his body. The actor has to work on his voice. But the most important thing the actor has to work on is his mind." - Stella Adler Join this intro to acting class! Work on the fundamental skills of acting. Develop characters through body and voice work, identify your strengths and weaknesses as an actor, and and put your skills on the stage. Classes will include improv games, scene work, monologues and acting tools.
Yes, and? Dive into the non-stop of the world of improv where you learn to think on your feet, be in the moment, embrace your yes and have a ton of laughs along the way! This class will explore improv techniques, games and skills helping you gain confidence as a performer, or as the life of the party. Open to adults of all levels.
This beginning tap class will cover the basics of rhythm and style as you make some music with those feet. Students will learn the basic terminology and footwork, as well as become part of the story and history of tap in America. We'll explore classic tap styles as well as contemporary tap styles having you groove to a fascinating rhythm in no time.