Our Summer Young Actors Workshop Session weekdays July 17-28 from 9:30am-3pm is currently full! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to join our waitlist.
If you'd like to spend the summer practicing your theater skills, check out our collaboration with Souderton Area Community Education Program
Weekdays, 9:00am-12:00pm | $165
Comedy! 3rd-4th grade, June 23-30
In this class young actors will learn how to make the funny! We will explore the art of comedy on the stage. How do timing, delivery, and other ingredients combine to get the audience roaring with laughter? Word play, puns, slapstick, and beyond will be mastered and utilized in creating original short skits and vignettes to be performed for the parents at the end of the week. Silly walks not required, but highly encouraged!
Broadway’s Finest 5th-6th grade, August 7-11
Taking a tour through some of the best songs from modern Broadway. Young actors in this class will enjoy direct vocal instruction from one of the area’s top voice teachers. Students will learn songs and, through guided collaboration, develop their own choreography to creat a showcase performance for parents. Songs from Matilda, Waitress, Dear Evan Hansen, and more!
On the Souderton Summer Recreation page at the link below, select "Register Online" and then "SASD Summer Workshops" to look for these Young Actors Workshops.
Join us for a summer of theatrical fun! In this camp students will spend two weeks learning and practicing a 30 minute musical, culminating in a final showcase performance for their families. Staging, singing, and dance rehearsals rotate throughout the day with breaks and outdoor time (weather permitting) to keep the material fresh and fun. All experience levels are welcome and no one will be cut from the show! This year, ages 8-12 will be doing Disney’s “The Jungle Book KIDS” while ages 13-18 will be “The Addams Family Younger@Part.”
Weekdays, 9:30am-3:00pm, July 17th to 28th
Registration Period: February 15th - July 1, 2023
Limited scholarships available, please fill out our financial aid application for consideration.
Masking policy to be dictated by current Actors Equity Association and CDC guidelines.
Questions can be directed to Director of Education Adam Danoff.