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CLASSES
CLASSES

Theatre Arlington’s Adult and Children’s Theatre School (ACTS) utilizes a progressive curriculum in order for students to build upon what they have learned in a previous class or class level and reach their potential as students of theatre and the performing arts. Class offerings in Private Voice, Dance and Piano add variety and opportunities for students to grow outside of traditional acting or musical theatre classes.

Important Dates

Fall Semester:   September 9 - December 11, 2019
On-Stage demos: December 9 - 11, 2019

Spring Semester: January 27 - April 29, 2020
Final Class Performances: April 27 - 29, 2020

     SPRING CLASSES

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Creative Play
Ages 3 - 5
Tuesdays, 4:00-5:00
$195 or $48.75 per month
A focus and development of the imagination of the pre-school age child, using music and creative arts projects in order to make stories come alive.
Instructor: Tiffany Gray
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Creative Dramatics
Ages 6 - 7
Tuesdays, 5:00-6:00
$195 or $48.75 per month
An introduction to the world of theater and performing through the use of games, activities, and creative play. Students learn how to work and play together to put on a performance in which everyone plays an important part.
Instructor: Tiffany Gray
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Musical Theatre
Ages 6-7
Mondays, 6:00-7:00 or Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30
$195 or $48.75 per month
An introduction to acting, dance and voice by teaching the basic environment and tools of the triple threat performer and how to use them.
Instructor: Cindy Honeycutt (Mondays)
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Instructor: Maggie Younkin (Wednesdays)
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Musical Theatre
Ages 8 - 10
Mondays, 6:00-7:30
$280 or $70.00 per month
An introduction to acting, dance and voice by teaching the basic environment and tools of the triple threat performer and how to use them.
Instructor: Tiffany Gray (Mondays A)
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Instructor: Daniel Hernandez (Mondays B)
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Musical Theatre
Ages 11 - 13
Mondays, 4:30-6:00
$280 or $70.00 per month
An introduction to acting, dance and voice by teaching the basic environment and tools of the triple threat performer and how to use them. This course is grouped by age. Please note: The teen class is focused on contemporary musicals and styles, and audition songs.
Instructor: Maggie Younkin
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Acting One
Ages 8 - 12
Wednesdays, 6:00-7:30
$280 or $70.00 per month
An introduction to the basics of theater, acting, auditioning, body and voice, imagination and experience, script, character history and characterization, performing and developing related skills.
Instructor: Tyler Thompson
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Acting Two**
Ages 9 - 13
Tuesdays, 4:30-6:00
$280 or $70.00 per month
A review of the concepts learned in Acting I, and the learning of monologues, improvisation, characterization, auditioning techniques, scene work, performing and developing related skills.
**Prerequisite: previous acting level or special permission from Education Director.
Instructor: Tyler Thompson
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Acting Three**
Ages 10-14
Mondays, 6:00-7:30
$280 or $70.00 per month
An introduction to different genres of theater, as well as a historical base for performing and creating theater.
**Prerequisite: previous acting level or special permission from Education Director.
Instructor: Tyler Thompson
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Advanced Acting**
Ages 11 - 14
Wednesdays, 4:30-6:00
$280 or $70.00 per month
An in-depth study of acting and being an actor, incorporating journaling, writing monologues, and self-analysis for students who have an interest in a career in the theatre.
**Prerequisite: previous acting level or special permission from Education Director.
Instructor: Tyler Thompson
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Acting for Teens**
Ages 13 - 18
Mondays, 6:00-7:30
$280 or $70.00 per month
A flexible acting class for teenagers. Its structure is flexible because it will require the assessment of the instructor in order to teach to the abilities and experiences of the students. Study should focus on basic stage direction, scene study, monologues, characterization and performance.
**Prerequisite: previous acting level or special permission from Education Director.
Instructor: Maggie Younkin
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PRIVATE INSTRUCTION

Private instruction in Dance, Acting, Voice, Audition Prep and Piano is available for children and adults by appointment. $325 per semester or $81.25 per month.
For more information, email Education Director, Cindy Honeycutt

Private instructors include: Cindy Honeycutt, Nik Blocker, Daniel Hernandez, Monica Dane, Maggie Younkin & Tyler Thompson
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SPRING BREAK CAMP
SPRING BREAK CAMP

March 9 – 13, 2020

9am – 5pm
Ages 6-13

$275
$50 deposit due at registration

Come play with us at Theatre Arlington this spring!
Taking a break from school is awesome!
Especially, when it means you can test your acting chops in
Theatre Arlington’s Spring Break Camp 2020!


A comprehensive theater workshop for ages 6-13,
campers will participate in a production rehearsal process
and performance of Dear Edwina for friends and family
on Friday, March 13th.

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SUMMER CAMP
SUMMER CAMP 2020

OUR 2020 REVISED SUMMER SCHEDULE IS BELOW!
 

Due to the health and safety requirements of the COVID-19 pandemic and the close nature of our young performers, our Musical Theatre Performance Camp, Musical Theatre Kids and Play & Pretend Camps have been cancelled.

Please see our ADVENTURES IN THEATRE CAMP listing below for more camp opportunities!

NEW!
ADVENTURES IN THEATRE CAMP: Session 1

July 6 - 10, 2020 (One Week Camp)
9am - 5pm
Ages 7 - 16
$300.00

For students new to performing or those who just love a good theatre camp,
this one offers a comprehensive overview of the performance aspects of theatre,
utilizing teachers who specialize in acting, dance and voice. 
There is no live audience performance this year.
However, all students will receive a video of their 'performance'
to take home.
This cost is included in the above fee.

For Camp Availability - Contact Maggie@theatrearlington.org or Cindy@theatrearlington.org
~ We will be following CDC guidelines for camps.
~ We will limit each camp enrollment to 24 students.
~ All campers will be required to wear a mask.
~ Students' temperatures will be taken daily.
~ There will be limited contact.
~ We will have staggered drop-off.
~ NO in-person performances.
~ Click here for our Safety & Health Protocols for Summer Camp 2020

NEW!
ADVENTURES IN THEATRE CAMP: Session 2

July 13 - 17, 2020 (One Week Camp)
9am - 5pm
Ages 7 - 16
$300.00

For students new to performing or those who just love a good theatre camp,
this one offers a comprehensive overview of the performance aspects of theatre,
utilizing teachers who specialize in acting, dance and voice. 
There is no live audience performance this year.
However, all students will receive a video of their 'performance'
to take home.
This cost is included in the above fee.

For Camp Availability - Contact Maggie@theatrearlington.org or Cindy@theatrearlington.org
~ We will be following CDC guidelines for camps.
~ We will limit each camp enrollment to 24 students.
~ All campers will be required to wear a mask.
~ Students' temperatures will be taken daily.
~ There will be limited contact.
~ We will have staggered drop-off.
~ NO in-person performances.
~ Click here for our Safety & Health Protocols for Summer Camp 2020

NEW!
ADVENTURES IN THEATRE CAMP: Session 3

July 20 - 24, 2020 (One Week Camp)
9am - 5pm
Ages 7 - 16
$300.00

For students new to performing or those who just love a good theatre camp,
this one offers a comprehensive overview of the performance aspects of theatre,
utilizing teachers who specialize in acting, dance and voice. 
There is no live audience performance this year.
However, all students will receive a video of their 'performance'
to take home.
This cost is included in the above fee.

For Camp Availability - Contact Maggie@theatrearlington.org or Cindy@theatrearlington.org
~ We will be following CDC guidelines for camps.
~ We will limit each camp enrollment to 24 students.
~ All campers will be required to wear a mask.
~ Students' temperatures will be taken daily.
~ There will be limited contact.
~ We will have staggered drop-off.
~ NO in-person performances.
~ Click here for our Safety & Health Protocols for Summer Camp 2020

NEW!
ADVENTURES IN THEATRE CAMP: Session 4

July 27 - 31, 2020 (One Week Camp)
9am - 5pm
Ages 7 - 16
$300.00

For students new to performing or those who just love a good theatre camp,
this one offers a comprehensive overview of the performance aspects of theatre,
utilizing teachers who specialize in acting, dance and voice. 
There is no live audience performance this year.
However, all students will receive a video of their 'performance'
to take home.
This cost is included in the above fee.

For Camp Availability - Contact Maggie@theatrearlington.org or Cindy@theatrearlington.org
~ We will be following CDC guidelines for camps.
~ We will limit each camp enrollment to 24 students.
~ All campers will be required to wear a mask.
~ Students' temperatures will be taken daily.
~ There will be limited contact.
~ We will have staggered drop-off.
~ NO in-person performances.
~ Click here for our Safety & Health Protocols for Summer Camp 2020

 

"ONCE UPON A TIME"

Early Childhood Programming Summer 2020
Brought to you by Grapevine CVB and Theatre Arlington

Weekly performances and performance-based activities for young children and their caregivers, to take place in the historic Lancaster and Plaza Theatres, downtown Grapevine.

Program Time: 10:30am
For more specific information, please check out the Grapevine CVB Website!
https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/palace-theatre/live-events/

 

Thursday, June 11:
Kick off Week! Dinosaurs! Music for kids by Trout Fishing in America
and Barnes & Barnes featuring and about dinosaurs.
Creative dramatics activities with teaching artist Caroline Cole,
based on the movement and environment of dinosaurs.
A reading of How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague.



Thursday, June 18:
Sandra Boynton’s Pajama Time! and Anna Dewdney’s Llama Llama Red Pajama,
everybody wear your PJ's and we’ll have a Pajama Party!
Guided readings with teaching artist Caroline Cole,
followed by pajama party activities-dancing to music
by Laurie Berkner, playing Ha! and more!

 

Thursday, June 25:
Once Upon a Time by John Prater guided reading
by teaching artist Caroline Cole with creative arts activity
following the reading.

 

Thursday, July 9:
Dancing with Miss Tracie A performance by dancer,
dance teacher and teaching artist Tracie Foster-Stein,
followed by a "Dance with Me" participation component,
focusing on contemporary and jazz styles.
Utilizing music from the musical Into the Woods!

 

Thursday, July 16:
Come Play with Me!
Creative Play activities with teaching artist Caroline Cole,
focusing on fairy tales and telling the stories using our bodies,
faces and voices.

Grapevine CVB: https: //www.grapevinetexasusa.com/palace-theatre/live-events/

 

 

For more information or questions on Classes or Summer Camp?  Contact Education Director, Cindy Honeycutt at 817-261-9628 x13 or email for more information.


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INTERNSHIPS
INTERNSHIPS

Theatre Arlington is looking for a few good interns for our educational summer camps. These are paid internships for qualified high school and college students who are motivated to work with kids and are passionate about theatre, with all its glamour and all its dirt, literally. Details for 2020 Internships coming later in 2019!

Positions Available
Head Intern: Responsible for intern daily assignments and direct supervision. Must be college student.
   
Office Intern: Responsible for checking in with office staff on a daily basis for administrative assignments. Also will create playbills for all camp performances and handle camper supplies.
   
Educational Intern: Assigned to a director/instructor or camper group
Qualifications

Must be 15 years of age or older at time of application.

Application Process

Internship Application
Turn in form, along with a one-page essay on why you would make a good intern.
Can be humorous or serious, but must be well-written.
Spelling does count!

Time Frame

Applications must be turned in by February 29th.
They may be emailed to Cindy Honeycutt
Or mailed to
Theatre Arlington
305 W. Main Street
Arlington, TX 76010
Attention: Cindy Honeycutt

Personal Interviews will take place in February/March.
Final decisions made by March 31st.

Internship Dates

March 9-13, 2020 - AISD Spring Break
June 8-August 14, 2020 - Summer Programs
Mandatory Intern meeting will take place in June, TBA.

Duties Include

Camper check in and check out, class support for camp directors, stage management, lighting or sound for camp performances. Space clean up and restoration each day. Administrative tasks as needed. Camper supervision and assistance with sets, props and costumes for performances.

 

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ADULT CLASSES
CLASS OFFERINGS FOR ADULTS

Theatre Arlington's Education department brings you educational opportunities for all ages!

TAG Players


TAG Players is reader’s theater-style entertainment presented by energetic, outgoing and creative senior citizens. This dedicated group takes the show on the road, adapting to most any space, to bring the entertainment to you!
Mondays, 2:00-3:30
Instructor:
Maggie Younkin
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Senior adults, ages 55 and up
$250 for the year
 
To Make a Monthly Payment  → Click Here & Scroll Down to Pay
OR
e-mail Cindy Honeycutt or call 817.261.9628 x13

Private Acting and Voice for Adults

 Schedule TBD
     For more information e-mail Cindy Honeycutt or call 817.261.9628 x13

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OUTREACH
ACT UPS
Applied Creative Thinking Using Performance Skills

Developed in 1996, as a partnership with the Arlington Independent School District to target culturally diverse, at-risk students, the ACT UPS program now reaches more than 1,500 at-risk 4th or 5th grade children each year at Title 1 Elementary Schools within the AISD.  The ACT UPS Program will proudly celebrate its 24th anniversary during the 2019-2020 school year!

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TAG PLAYERS
TAG PLAYERS

TAG Players is reader’s theater-style entertainment presented by energetic, outgoing and creative senior citizens. This dedicated group takes the show on the road, adapting to most any space, to bring the entertainment to you!

Booking Information

Booking is subject to availability.

Please e-mail Cindy Honeycutt or call 817.261.9628 x13 to book TAG for your next event!

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SHOW IN A BOX
SHOW IN A BOX
 


Who?
Show in a Box

What? Adult Professional Touring Company, specializing in classic and contemporary literature, performing for children and their families and teachers

Where? Anywhere within the DFW metroplex area

When? Daytime, regular school hours. Other times are negotiable. Saturday shows and family matinees COMING SOON!

Why? To share the excitement and energy of live theatre with children

 

Theatre Arlington takes the show on the road, bringing 2 rotating works of classic and contemporary literature to your group! Shows change every 6 months, with 2 super stories available for booking each year.

Add an in-class workshop for a special group, or a grade level, following the show for an additional fee.



Booking Contact: Email Education Director, Cindy Honeycutt or call 817.261.9628 x13

Company Members: Nik Blocker, Caroline Cole, Tracie Foster, Tyler Thompson and Maggie Younkin

Fees: From $350 per performance

 

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