These inspiring and exciting after-school programs are the perfect place for your creative teen!
Advanced and Beginner classes available $150 (teens participating in the spring teen production will receive a discount!)
Spring Session: March 26-May 21, 2018
Time: Beginner and Intermediate 4-5:15, Advanced 5:30-6:45
Teacher: Jessie Sherman
MIDDLE SCHOOL PRODUCTION: I Hate Shakespeare!
All teens who register get a part of the teen theater production.
Auditions are held for specific roles at the first rehearsals.
Rehearsals Tuesday-Friday from 4:00-6:00 pm. We understand that teens are busy and are happy to work around conflicts!
Spring Session: Starting Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Production: I Hate Shakespeare!, by Steph DeFerie. This play is a hilarious theatrical debate on the merit of Shakespeare. It is a whirlwind of Shakespearean soliloquies, unconventional staging, witty banter, and talking cows. Not only will it give teens an introduction to Shakespeare, it will challenge their comedic skills and give them experience breaking the fourth wall.
Director: Jaelyn Silvey
Performances: Friday and Saturday, May 18th-19th at 7pm
Note: Teens who also participate in the Middle School production receive discounted tuition for the spring session of Teen Improv (registration to open during the winter session).
Saturday Immersive Workshops
The talented Miles Duffey has designed these workshops for Verge teens. Unlike a class, these Saturday workshops offer teens an opportunity to dive into the subject area with an experienced instructor for a whole afternoon! These workshops are for participants grades 6-12.
Masks and Storytelling
Participants will practice mask and storytelling techniques while developing their bodily awareness and imagination. Participants should wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
May 5th, 1-5pm
Participants will practice working with classical text while developing confidence and critical thinking.
May 12th, 1-5pm
(If you have questions or any issues with registering please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)