Our tween programs help young actors to continue to build a solid foundation while also providing opportunities for more experienced young artists to dig deeper into more specialized topics. We use tried-and-true as well as innovative theatrical exercises to encourage creativity, build confidence, and foster ways to work together as a group.
PLAYmaking workshops also provide students with experience in rehearsing and performing for an audience. Skills & Craft workshops dig deeper into developing specific artistic skills such as developing a character, playwriting, technical theater and design, and more. Triple Threat workshops provide training in the three skills that make a successful musical theater actor: singing, dancing, and acting.
Tweens will learn to think outside the box and express themselves artistically in new and challenging ways. All levels of experience welcome!
PLEASE NOTE: For our Workshops, we are currently combining the Tweens and Teens age groups together.
Acting Styles: Shakespeare
Shakespeare’s plays are seen by more people and done by more theater companies that any other play or musical in the country. They are some of the most beautiful plays in existence and, understandably, many actors are afraid of them. Learning how to understand the words and not fear them is exactly what this workshop is about. Students will each concentrate on one monologue and one scene to build their acting chops and even leave with new audition material.
DATES/TIMES: Thursdays, Mar 23 - Apr 20 from 4:45 pm - 6:15pm
Register Online: Click the red box in the left column to register online. Online registration is open.
Register by mail: Send a completed registration form plus a check or credit card information to: Lyric Arts Main Street Stage, 420 E. Main St., Anoka, MN 55303.
Register by phone: Call Adrian Lopez-Balbontin, Education Director at 763-233-0804 and pay by credit card over the phone Monday – Friday, 8 am to 4 pm.
Register by fax: Fax a completed registration form with credit card information to: 763-712-3206.
Browse our workshop pages to find something that interests you! If you have any questions, visit our FAQs page (scroll down to the workshops heading) or call our Education Director at 763-233-0804 for more details.