Steps to the Stage
Raleigh Little Theatre is pleased to present adult acting classes designed to take students through the process of preparing for the stage. The adult theatre classes offer the same commitment to excellence found in the Youth Education Program where the goal is to provide high quality theatre arts training in a safe nurturing environment. We believe that theatre arts training extends well beyond the stage as well by promoting self- esteem, building confidence, stimulating creativity, sharpening communication skills and fostering an appreciation of teamwork.
If you have any questions, please call or email me.
Linda O’Day Young
Youth Theatre and Education Director
email@example.com , (919) 821-4579 ext 235
Enrollments: Send in the registration form
Note: Refunds (minus a $20 drop fee) will be made if the student officially withdraws 10 days before the start of a class. To officially withdraw, call Kathleen Rudolph at 919-821-4579 extension 225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
There is a $10 returned check fee for insufficient funds.
The following classes and workshops have been announced.
Readers Theatre (APEX)
Ages: 55 and up
Have you ever seen a play and thought, “I could do that!”? Well then this class is for you! Readers Theatre is a style of theatre in which actors do not memorize their lines and use vocal expression to help the audience understand the story rather than sets, costumes, intricate blocking or movement. Learn what it is like to be onstage by participating in a variety of theatre activities used to build confidence and boost creativity. The session will culminate in a Readers Theatre presentation for friends and family. No previous experience necessary. Limited to 10 participants.
September 5 – November 14 (no class October 10)
Performance will be held at 10am on November 14.
Instructor: Kathleen Rudolph
Registration: Please call the Halle Cultural Arts Center directly at 919-249-1120.
Improv Performance Ensemble!
Ages 16 – Adult
Older teens and adults come together to explore creative possibilities in this unique course co-taught by area actors/improvisors J Chachula and Dan Sipp. J will lead students through the first four weeks teaching improv fundamentals while exploring personal point-of-view and life experience. Students will then use those skills to craft simple, grounded scenes. Dan will then take over for the next four weeks introducing group work and teaching how to weave themes and stories into a long-form performance. Dan and J then join forces for the final two weeks preparing this improv performance ensemble for their live public show! Limit 14 students.
25 instructional hours
Classes: Thursdays, 7:00 – 9:30pm
September 18 – December 4 (no class November 27)
Performance: Thursday, December 4 at 8:00pm
Instructors: J Chachula and Dan Sipp
To enroll, please send in the registration form (PDF)
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