Summer Theatre Adventures are week long sessions from 9 am-4 pm for rising 1st-4th and 5th-9th graders during the summer in July and August.See the Schedule
During hour-long workshops on Saturday mornings, students learn confidence building theatre games, create characters, and build upon skills to tell stories on the stage.
Class meets 4 times: January 13, 20, 27, February 3Get Notified When Next Winter is Announced!
Grades 1 to 8
School closed for the day? NextStop has you covered. From 9am to 4pm, kids of all experience levels and ages can participate in this fun day of theatre games, fun characters, and imagination.
2018: January 26, January 29, April 2, April 16Register now!
During hour-long workshops on Saturday mornings, students learn confidence building theatre games, create characters, and build upon skills to tell stories on the stage.Get Notified When Next Fall is Announced!
For rising high school Sophomores to Seniors. (Acceptance is by audition only.)
Study, train, and hone performance skills with professionals from the D.C. and New York theatre communities. Through this 10-month training program, students will gain invaluable skills, knowledge, resources and insight into what it really takes to live and succeed as a professional actor today.Get Notified When Next Fall is Announced!
Grades 1 to 8
It’s a Theatre Adventure during school Winter Break, and you’re invited! Students will explore the world of theatre with creative play, character creation, crafts, songs, movement, and theatre games. Learn the ins and outs of theatre while learning exercises to build confidence and foster creativity. Class meets five times with a small “sharing presentation” for friends and family on Friday afternoon.
Monday – Friday, 9 am-4 pm during Fairfax County Public Schools Winter BreakGet Notified When Next Winter is Announced!
Ages: 17+ // Students of all experience levels welcome. No prerequisite classes.
David Johnson is an actor, improviser, improv teacher, improv director/coach, and a mainstay of D.C.’s improv community. He has a B.A. in Drama, an M.F.A. in Acting, and has been a member of many improv troupes, including: onesixtyone (Washington Improv Theater’s original troupe), Dr. Fantastic, Werewolf Mcbutterbone (Winner of WIT’s Tournament of the FIST), Anant Nag, Dial M for Nasty, and NimprovYC (among others).
Learn and develop the fundamental skills essential to the art of acting. Explore the exciting process of building a character, collaborating with a scene partner, and performing in front of a live audience.
Adults and students aged 16 and older. Registration has ended for 2017. Introduction to Acting is held each fall.
Gain valuable insights and learn helpful strategies on how to prepare, what to do (and not do), and what directors are looking for during the casting process. Attendees will participate in two sessions focused on in-depth discussion and exercises to develop audition skills. The final session will include a mock audition for comprehensive feedback from local professional directors.
Age 17+Get Notified When The Next Class is Announced