Enroll your young actor at Civic Theatre School and unlock the transformative power of the arts!
Grow! Civic Theatre School kids don’t just learn how “to act” but gain important life skills that help them grow. Students involved in the arts watch less TV and display more tolerant behavior towards others! Classes like those at Civic Theatre help foster positive achievement, collaborative-working and critical-thinking skills. Studies have shown that theatre classes can not only enhance creativity, but help develop skills that assist in learning languages and even mathematics.
Now enrolling for Summer 2015 — Summer Sessions Begins July 6.
Also enrolling for Fall 2015!
To learn more and enroll click here
Imagine… Create… Explore…
See the amazing things your child can accomplish when you enroll him/her in Civic Theatre’s
Sensational, Sizzlin’ Summer Acting Session!
This summer give your child the ability to unlock his/her artistic potential! Civic Theatre’s Summer Acting Session is a fantastic opportunity to provide your child with the chance to grow in performance ability and enhance their confidence. But these aren’t the only benefits! Theatre education is a field that provides children with, not only the ability to engage in creative thinking, but also the critical-thinking skills useful in other disciplines (even math!). It will help your child learn how to better express what he/she is feeling and, of course, he/she will gain amazing collaborative-working skills from having to work with others!
Civic Theatre is providing children age 4 to 18 with the amazing opportunity to sign-up for ONE or BOTH of our summer sessions (for a whole summer full of fun)!
SAS Session 1: July 6 – 17
SAS Session 2: July 20 – July 31
To Enroll in Summer Acting Sessions: Register Here!
Pre-K/Kindergarten: 9am to 11am
Grades 1-2: 9am to 12pm
Grades 3-8: 9am to 12pm HALF DAY
Grades 3-8: 9am to 3pm FULL DAY
Grades 9-12: 6pm to 9pm
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9 am-12 pm
9 am-12 pm
9 am-3 pm(full day)
6 pm-9 pm
SPECIALTY PACKAGE FOR GRADES 3-8
In addition to our engaging Drama and Movement program, students in grades 3-8 will have the option to participate in an additional specialty package of classes. If this package is purchased-students will bring a lunch each day and have a supervised lunch break from 12-12:30pm. From 12:30 pm until 3 pm students will enjoy and experience a variety of exciting topics taught by talented and qualified instructors.
SPECIALTY CLASSES CURRENTLY UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR GRADES 3-8 SAS
Audition Prep Technical Theatre
Vocal Class (singing) Improv
Voice and Speech (not singing) Text Analysis
Building a Character Costume Design
Acting a Song Shakespeare
Stage Combat Monologue
Stage Make-Up Building a Puppet
Focused Movement (Tap, Props for Theatre
Ballroom, Bollywood) Acting for Film
DEVISED THEATRE FOR GRADES 9-12
Session 2 will focus on Devised Theatre! Students will study this exciting and inspiring form of theatre through readings, exercises and discussions. Putting what they are learning into practice, the students will collaboratively create and produce an original piece of theatre!
FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION CALL THE BOX-OFFICE at 610-432-8943.
CLASS SIZE WILL BE LIMITED.
EACH SESSION WILL END WITH A BRIEF SHOWCASE PRESENTATION FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS.
Civic Theatre offers The Betty T. and Bob Muir Theatre Scholarship for a limited number of need-based applicants for each of the three program sessions (Fall, Winter and Summer). The scholarship was established in 2001 in memory of Elizabeth T. Muir, a professional actress and devoted Lehigh Valley theatregoer who appeared on the Civic stage in 1947 (in the show, The First Mrs. Frasier), and her philanthropist husband, Bob.
Application for a theatre school scholarship consists of the application form, documentation of financial need, and (2) directed essays from the potential student.
Download an application by clicking here: Muir Scholarship Application 2014.