classes are suspended through april 30

We have suspended programming through the end of April in an effort to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Thank you for understanding and for your patience as we continue to monitor things. Stay safe and healthy!

Looking for information about educational youth theater programs Purple Door Youth Theater or our summer Young People’s Theater Workshop?


EARLIER THIS SEMESTER

Did you miss one of these classes or want to take it again? Let us know! Email Education and Volunteer Manager Megan Proft at megan@northfieldartsguild.org with class requests or ideas – we do our best to offer what our community wants!

YPTW: WINTER EDITION

NEW CLASS! Thinking about Young People’s Theater Workshop but want to try it first? Or are you too excited to wait until summer? Come experience one of our most popular theater programs where you work with your group and director to create an original play. Along the way, you’ll play improv games, create characters and learn acting techniques. Class will conclude with a performance at 5:30 pm on Jan. 23. Grades 2 to 4. Instructor: Pauline Jennings

EXPRESS YOURSELF ONSTAGE: CHARACTER CREATION WORKSHOP

NEW CLASS! What goes into creating a unique, convincing character? Come discover the intricacies of designing a back story, an original look, how to move and speak, and character motivation. Through a variety of active exercises, you’ll uncover something new within yourself! Ages 9 to 14. Instructor: Pauline Jennings

CASTASTROPHE – KIDS SING OUT!

NEW CLASS! CASTastrophe is back but with a twist! In this educational program, you’ll learn what it takes to sell a song on stage. Like the popular Guild show, you’ll be able to select any piece that you like, even if you’d never be cast in the role. Over the course of several weeks, you’ll work with director Pauline Jennings on vocal tone, stage presence, delivery and more. Class will conclude with a performance at 5 pm on May 7. Ages 9 to 14. Instructor: Pauline Jennings

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