Street Theatre Company's ClassAct Dramatics program features year-round opportunities for youth to participate in the arts. We offer classes, workshops, audition opportunities, musicals, plays, and spring, fall and summer break camps for ages 5-18 as well as internship opportunities for teens and college age students looking to gain experience working for a theatre company. The heart behind the founding of our youth program can be discovered in the following Core Values:
Please read our ClassAct Dramatics Policies and Procedures before enrolling.
Summer Camp with ClassAct Dramatics at Street Theatre
Two week to choose from: June 20-24 & June 27-July 1
Monday thru Friday, 9am-4pm
Students can attend one or both weeks. No experience necessary!
Morning sessions will focus on learning musical songs and choreography while afternoon sessions will concentrate on acting and drama skills. Students will learn from local professional teaching artists to grow in their craft all in a safe and encouraging environment. The camp ends with a performance that will showcase the students' talent as well as cultivate self-esteem, confidence, teamwork, and life skills.
SPECIAL MULTI-CHILD DISCOUNT!
First child is full price, and you receive 20% off the registration of any additional children
Questions? Email us!
ClassAct Dramatics of Street Theatre Co. and 4th Story Theater proudly present youth auditions for the summer musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" on Sunday June 26th. Auditions by appointment only for ages 7-18 years.
Please prepare and memorize a one minute comedic monologue and a one minute song in the style of the show. No accompanist will be provided, so you may sing with a CD, mp3, or acapella.
If cast, rehearsals will begin July 5th and continue Monday through Friday from 9am-3pm with shows July 20-23rd at 4th Story Theater located at West End United Methodist Church, 2200 West End Ave. Nashville TN. Participation production fee is $250. Scholarships available based on need.
Come spend an average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of little moments picked from all the days of Charlie Brown, from Valentine’s Day to the baseball season, from wild optimism to utter despair, all mixed in with the lives of his friends and strung together on the string of a single day, from bright uncertain morning to hopeful starlit evening.
Any questions can be emailed to:
ERICA LEE HAINES
Nathan Diller and Connor Painter in The Little Prince (Photo courtesy of Graham Voss)
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