Erie Playhouse Youtheatre Classes
(Held in Partnership with Triple Threat Studio)
Winter Semester: December 2nd - February 23rd (Winter Break runs December 23rd-January 5th)
Do you have a drama queen or king on your hands? Let us help them learn the basics to becoming a performer that everyone will notice and remember. This class will focus on the importance of stage presence and how those basics can translate to becoming a better dancer, actor or actress, or a better public speaker. Improvisation, monologue work, and auditioning tips will be just a few of the topics covered in this exciting new class for your little star! Recommended for ages 7-10. Saturdays 12:00 – 12:45 PM
Has your child already taken our first class and they’ve mastered the basics? This class will delve deeper into creating meaningful characters in both scene and monologue work while helping them prepare better auditions. Improvisation and warm-ups will help your budding star gain more confidence as they continue to this craft! Various methods of acting will be introduced at this level including the Meisner and Stanislavsky techniques. Recommended for ages 9 to 13 but final placement is determined by the instructor. Saturdays 12:45 – 1:30 PM
FUNdamentals of Acting I
Students explore movement, vocalization, character development and ensemble-building. Through workshop exercises, students begin to develop acting skills needed to create truthful characters. An introduction to scene work and monologues combined with improvisation work make this class a must for teens interested in acting! Recommended for students 6th grade and up but the instructor will determine final placement. Tuesdays 6:30 – 7:30 PM
FUNdamentals of Acting II
This class is meant for the young adult who has mastered the FUNdamentals I and wishes to improve and understand the craft of acting. Through improvisation, script analysis and the study of monologue materials, students continue to be exposed to the fundamentals of performance. Various methods of acting will be explored including the Meisner and Stanislavsky techniques. Each semester, the class will focus on different areas making it easy for new students to join at the beginning of any semester. Recommended for 8th grade and up but the instructor will determine final placement. Tuesdays 7:30 – 8:30 PM
What Do They Cost?
$130/Semester (Equals out to $13/Class)
Where Are the Classes Being Held?
Triple Threat Studio
1926 Peach St.
Erie, PA 16501
How Do I Register?
Click Here to register.
Remember, if you have questions, please email Emily Cassano