Yearlong Drama Classes
The School of the Arts yearlong acting program is designed for students who are dedicated to studying the skills and techniques of the acting process. Students have the opportunity to showcase their growth through Fly on the Wall improvisational evenings and Scene/Monologue nights. An audition and interview is required to determine the best class environment. Both age and experience level is considered.
All students regularly “workout” in the Grace Darling Studio Theater which seats 80 people. It is a wonderful way for them to experience being under the lights, learning how to project their voices in a comfortable, trusting environment before the audience shows up. This practice prepares the year long older students (5th and up) to perform on the Main Stage in a theater that seats 150 during the second semester.
Learn more about our Yearlong Class Schedule , or download the Registration Form 2012-2013
SPRING Vocal Workshop April 20, 2013 1pm - 4pm
Instructor: Matt Morgan
, Resident Vocal Director and Co-Director of Musical Theater at Douglas Anderson School for the Performing Arts.
Geared for 5th through Adult.
Improve your vocal technique, polish that audition piece, and find that radiant presentation! These 3 hour group workshop intensives will elevate your performance to the next level. Renowned singer/teacher Matt Morgan demystifies the act of singing by utilizing a system developed through his comprehensive study of anatomy, physiology, acoustics, and voice science.
Come study with a world renowned performer and master teacher while learning about the entertainment business from an insider with current industry connections. Matt's performances take him to every major performance venue in the country. This season he returns to New York's Lincoln Center, and Off-Broadway as well as perform with many major symphony orchestras and opera companies.
Hurry and book your spot now as groups are kept small and they are already going fast! Please contact our Education staff at 249-0289 to register and for more information.
SESSION ONE: Saturday, April 20, 2013 1pm to 4pm Tuition: $70.00 per person
We will offer "observer" spots for those who do not want to perform but want to learn about the process. Fee: $15.00.