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Act I - Ages 6 –8
$195  10% Sibling Discount Available


Acting is a great tool to build confidence, self-esteem, and poise. In this class actors will participate in acting exercises that will enhance their bodies, voices & imaginations. Students will learn how to listen and respond while on the stage. Emphasis in character building through scenes and monologues will also be explored.



Act II - Ages 8-10
$195 10% Sibling Discount Available


This class will further develop the fundamentals of acting through a variety of exercises and techniques.  Students will be asked to lose their inhibitions to make truthful acting choices and will focus on creating interesting, fun characters.  Students will have practical application with scene work and monologues. 



Flow Yoga with Tiffany

Mondays &Fridays 9:00a – 10:30a
On Going – Join Anytime!
Tuition: $15. Buy 4, get the 5th class FREE!
A slow intuitive vinyasa flow class. Routine will focus around sun salutations, balancing poses & deep relaxation. Vinyasa classes focus on flowing from pose to pose and linking the movement with the breath. These classes are used to build endurance, stamina, strength and flexibility, while calming the mind.

Contact the Box Office to Register: 561-586-6410

Yoga with Cara

Tuesdays 3:30 - 4:45pm
Thursdays 9:00a – 10:15a

On Going – Join Anytime!
Tuition: $15. Buy 4, get the 5th class FREE!
Come practice with me!
I am a registered yoga teacher certified through Yoga Alliance. My desire is for you to experience how the practice of yoga connects the mind, body and spirit, dissolves stress and develops strength. Let’s explore the various ways yoga nurtures health, happiness and inner peace.
Contact the Box Office to Register: 561-586-6410


Musical Theatre Performance

Ages 7+

Each student will audition, sing, act, dance and perform. This class will be directed by our Education Director and one of our professional choreographers.  Classes will include not only singing, acting and dancing, but the art of performing on stage, script work and costuming.  All students will have the opportunity to perform on the Lake Worth Playhouse mainstage.


Dance for the Stage

Ages 13+

Developing personal techniques for physical interpretation and total body movement, exploring concepts from various techniques including classical ballet, Luigi jazz, Feldenkrais method, and more. 


Beginning Acting

Ages 7+

This class is designed to prepare students for auditions, performance, or life skills – such as confidence, communication (verbal and non verbal), listening and focusing skills, ability to share ideas creatively, etc.  The actors will explore in detail three major focus areas: 1) The Mind of the Character: Studying a few methods of acting and learning how to create Goal-driven characters.  2) The Body of a Character: A step by step approach to fully embodying a character (and how to create a physical "trigger" to snap into character!) 3) The Character as Part of an Ensemble: Developing creative skills to reacting to others in the scene (and in the class) around you.  These three components will be studied in application to each half of the course-- Part 1: Monologues, Part 2: Scene Study.  We will often rely on improvisation to explore concepts before applying them to text.


Intro to Adult Acting: Taught by Daniel Eilola

This class is designed for both the novice actor as well as non-actors just looking for a new experience. Students will learn the fundamentals of theater, stage acting and improv; perfect for the individual who always wanted to try their hand at acting.

Adult Acting 2: Taught by Daniel Eilola

This class is designed for actors with limited to intermediate stage experience looking to make their performances more organic and believable. Students will work on monologue preparation as well as some basic scene study. All those registering for this class should have some performance experience or have completed Intro to Adult Acting.


Adult Acting Scene Study: Taught by Daniel Eilola

This class is designed for actors with intermediate to advanced levels of experience looking to delve into scene study of both contemporary and classic plays. Students will work on developing an emotional connection to the scene and role as well as working on character development.  All techniques and exercises used in class will help the actor create honest, dynamic and believable choices in their work onstage.

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