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Home School Theatre

Fridays  2:00pm-3:30pm

Grades 6-7, 8-12

Instructor: Anthony Martinez

Tuition: $175

Let's put on a show! A six-week, once a week, 90 min course for homeschoolers (and others with flexible mid day availability) to collaboratively create, rehearse, and perform a performance for public presentation. Work with YAS Education Director Anthony Martinez to choose and rehearse a song, scene, or monologue of your choice that will be part of an original theatre revue performed on the stage of The California Theatre in the final week. Together we will choose material that will work well together and shape it into a unique production of our very own!


Intermediate Musical Theater with Ryan

Wednesdays 3:30pm-5:00pm

Grades 4-5, 6-7, 8-12

Instructor: Ryan Bobbett

Tuition: $175

A six-week, once a week, class in which participants will hone their existing musical theater skills. Students will work on  musical theater solos, duets, or scenes from Broadway or movie musicals of their choice. This class is for young actors that have some experience onstage or singing in front of an audience.


Group Voice with Anthony

Tuesdays 3:30pm-5:00pm

Grades 6-7, 8-12

Instructor: Anthony Martinez

Tuition: $175

Study healthy singing technique with YAS Education Director Anthony in a supportive and fun group atmosphere. In this six-week, once a week invigorating class, participants will be guided through vocal exercises, breathing technique, and repertoire selection as they rehearse a solo, duet, or group number for a final class performance for friends and family.


Advanced Acting: Scene Study for Teens

Sundays 12pm-1:30pm

Grades 6-7, 8-12

Instructor: Jess Headington

Tuition: $175

A six-week, once a week, class for young actors with some previous experience to further explore their dramatic and comedic acting skills through scene study. Delve deep into your characters through partner work with your fellow actors  while being guided by expert acting coach Jess Headington. Learn to unlock interesting choices, mine emotional depth, and strengthen onstage connection with your fellow actors to make your acting come alive.


Theatre Learning Looks Like: 

  • Expressing individual ideas that contribute to a larger group concept

  • Learning theatre foundations like vocabulary, actor tools, and how to structure a story

  • Making physical & vocal choices to develop & practice performance technique

  • Integrating multiple performance styles & theatre concepts

  • Rich collaboration – discussing & contributing ideas to enhance performance

  • Director’s notes – observation, suggestion, support, and feedback to introduce and refine performance concepts

  • Providing opportunity for intentional group reflection on artistic work

Skill-Based Learning Looks Like:

  • Learning skill-specific vocabulary & concepts at an age-appropriate level

  • Understanding concepts though warm-ups, games, exercises, projects, and exploration

  • building-upon concepts to achieve mastery

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