ACTOUT

Ages 8-18. This class leads participants through rehearsals, culminating in a fully-produced one act. No audition required for registration! Everyone enrolled is cast in the production. Space is limited. Fee: $225


NEW! Act Out Scholarship available for Session Two & Session Three!

Kids, ages 8-18, who are interested in applying are asked to fill out the online application. Tell us why YOU want to participate! Applications must be received no later than September 19th at 5pm. Recipients of the scholarships will be notified by September 25th via email.

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October 2-December 11

Mondays, 6-7:30pm
Performances: December 15 @ 7pm and December 16 @ 10am*, 2pm & 7pm
*Special morning performance for scouts!

Eleanor Scrooge, a greedy old spinster, spends her days barking orders at her gift shop employees. Though the mall will be closed, she still wants them to work on Christmas Day! Then she’s visited by the ghost of her old boss, Mr. Marley, and a parade of zany spirits who materialize from cheesy collectible figurines. First there’s the Spirit of the Past, who loves the 1950s and takes Eleanor dancing at a bygone party. Then there’s the Spirit of Present, who takes Eleanor to the Hatchett family Christmas dinner, where Eleanor feels like she’s watching a sitcom with a nice message of forgiveness. Finally, the Spirit of Future, who takes Eleanor to her own funeral, completes her change of heart. She even forgives Tiny Tim’s fake limp!

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January 29-April 16

Mondays, 6-7:30pm; Thursday, April 19: 6-7:30pm
Performances: April 20 @ 7pm and April 21 @ 2pm & 7pm

The Fairy Tale Network is a television network that needs to improve its viewership ratings with exciting new programming. The three mice working as creative consultants for the studio each must come up with a story idea to pitch to their new chief, the Cat. And they need to pitch their ideas fast before they become a fancy feast! They retell the well-known tales of Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Pigs, and Goldilocks and the Three Bears, but now with new, unexpected twists.

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