Youth Company

Acting Out is an educational opportunity for local children from ages eight to fourteen to experience and learn the theatrical arts in a safe environment. We offer a Summer program and a after school program.  

With a curriculum and "Graduation Track" developed by Youth Director Mel Syverson, Acting Out teaches respect, team work, and self expression through theatre games and production rehearsal.  Together the students must complete specific curriculum items and work toward producing a performance at the conclusion of each Quarter.  We offer four six week Quarters throughout the school year beginning in the Fall.  Please call or e-mail the Box Office to find out how you can get your kids involved in this exciting educational program!



Beginning Acting & Advanced Acting Classes - Cost $150

Classes begin week of September 11, 2017 at 4:00pm. Beginning Acting classes are held on Monday & Wednesdays. Advanced Acting classes are held on Tuesday & Thursday

Beginning Acting – Acting is a great way for our students to build their confidence and poise. In this class students will get to play theatre games, learn to be onstage and learn listening skills.  Students will work on small scenes and monologue

Advanced Acting – Students need to audition for this class and it is designed for the student who has a bit more experience on the stage and in front of people. Students will learn to take risks, make character choices and develop relationships with other actors onstage.  More information will be forthcoming about our audition process.

*All students signing up for both classes will need to come on Monday, September 11th for an orientation class beginning at 4pm.  Students wishing to audition for the Advanced Acting Class will be asked to audition at this time.  Some students may be released before 5:30.



Workshop on Saturday October 28, 2017 from 1:00 - 3:00pm.

Includes make-up kit that students can take with them and the class is offered on October 28, just in time for Halloween parties.  Sign up deadline is October 23, 2017.

Leilani Ferrell is teaching a makeup workshop. The makeup class will be geared to those students who want to know the basics of stage makeup and Leilani will help the students achieve their Halloween makeup goals.