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Our programs allow participants to:
Hone performance skills
Perform for industry experts who will give direct, personal feedback
Explore creativity through acting, singing, and dancing
Have theater-related questions answered by professionals
Meet new young people and grow in confidence together
ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS
We have a variety of programs during the school year, to continue offering excellent, professional-level training to local young artists with an interest in the performing arts, even when the Barn itself is closed for the off-season. The Barn is your artistic home and a resource for learning about theater throughout the year!
Whether you've been performing for years or are looking to try something new, the Barn's school year programs are the perfect fit for you!
COMING UP NEXT...
Our extremely popular Spring Musical Theater Intensive returns in March!
For one weekend, your child can cut loose, step into the spotlight, and dance their way into the exciting world of our 2020 Summer Season! In addition to being a two day, triple-threat intensive, Everybody Cut Footloose! is also an exclusive, in-depth look at the Barn's upcoming summer. Dancing is not a crime during this exciting weekend! Alongside Barn alumni, students will "cut loose" in scenes, songs, and dances from Footloose, Anything Goes, A Chorus Line, and the rest of the summer season!
Everybody Cut Footloose! will offer sessions in singing, dancing, and acting for performers ages 8-12 and 13-18. This Intensive will be helmed by veteran Children's Theater Series director Andrew Miller, with more teaching artists to be announced!
Everybody Cut Footloose!
March 21-22, 2020
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM : Workshops in Acting, Singing, and Dancing
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM : Follow up workshops
1:30 PM : Presentation
Please note that enrollment is only guaranteed with a completed registration process. Program capacities are limited; if a program is full, you may email the Education Director at email@example.com to be put on the waiting list.
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