(rising grades 3-5)
Mar 18–May 13, 2023
Spring 2023 SESSION DATES:
March 18–May 13, 2023
In-person meetings will be held at our 30 Grant Avenue studios in San Francisco.
All students must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Mask wearing when in a classroom studio at 30 Grant Avenue is optional for students. However, masks are still required in any indoor public spaces outside the classroom studios. Please note that our COVID-19 safety policies are subject to change.
Spring Session Refund Policy
- Courses with insufficient enrollment will be canceled and all tuition and fees paid will be refunded in full.
- Withdrawal and refund requests for any other reason must be made in writing and emailed to email@example.com.
- Refund requests will be honored in full if received at least one week (7 days) prior to the start of the first class session. Class tuition will be refunded while the non-refundable registration and library fees will be withheld.
- Should a refund request be made after the above deadline, a withdrawal fee will be withheld in addition to the standard non-refundable fees as follows.
- After the refund deadline but before the first class date: $25 withdrawal fee
- On or after the first class date of full-length classes: $45 withdrawal fee
- Refunds of any kind cannot be processed after the start of the second class meeting for full-length courses or on the day of intensives.
- Please allow 10-14 days for your refund to be processed.
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Schedule: Thursdays, March 23–May 11 from 4 pm–6 pm at 30 Grant Ave
Interested in acting in film and television? Now’s your chance to get in front of the camera! Students of all levels of experience are welcome. Actors will explore:
- Fundamental acting tools including objective, obstacle, actions, tactics, and point of view
- Theatrical skills such as scene analysis, vocal production, and physical awareness
- On-camera acting techniques versus stage techniques
- Audition preparation and filming yourself
- The business and industry of film, television, and commercial acting
Classes will meet once a week for 8 weeks. Students will have 2 hours of training per week in-person at our 30 Grant Ave Studios in San Francisco. There will be some minimal assignments and memorization in between classes. This course will culminate in a group showing “open class” on the final hour of the final day to present projects, videos, and scenes rehearsed in class. Have fun with peers while gaining some valuable on-camera acting skills!
Schedule: Saturdays, March 18–May 13 from 10 am–12 pm at 30 Grant Ave*
*No class April 8
Become a superhero or supervillain in this acting intensive! Students will use the worlds of superheroes to portray well-known favorites and create original characters and action-packed stories. Students of all levels of experience are welcome. Actors will explore:
- Theatrical skills such as tableaux, gesture, vocal production, and movement
- Improvisation, playwriting, and story creation
- Character creation through key tools including objective, obstacle, actions, and physicality
- Scene and monologue performance
The class meets once a week for 8 weeks in-person at our 30 Grant Ave studios in San Francisco, with no class on April 8th. There will be some assignments and memorization between classes. This course culminates in an “open class” on the final day where students present scenes and monologues rehearsed in class to friends and family. Have fun with peers while learning valuable acting skills!
*This class is currently full. If you would like to get onto the waitlist, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and the best phone number to reach you at, in case a spot opens up.
Schedule: Saturdays, March 18–May 13 from 1–3 pm at 30 Grant Ave*
*No class April 8
Follow the yellow brick road into the Land of Oz in this musical theater class! Actors will dive into the iconic music and characters from The Wizard of Oz. Students of all levels of experience are welcome. Actors will explore:
- Vocal technique such as breath control, articulation, rhythm, and vocal production
- Movement and an introduction to choreography
- Song and character interpretation and performance
The class meets once a week for 8 weeks in-person at our 30 Grant Ave studios in San Francisco, with no class on April 8th. There will be some assignments and memorization between classes. This course culminates in an “open class” on the final day where students present songs and projects rehearsed in class to friends and family. Have fun with peers while learning valuable musical theater skills!