Guthrie Classes for Students Grades 6-12

Winter-Spring Youth Theater Classes at the Guthrie!

Our classes and workshops for youth are designed to empower theater-loving kids and teens to be artists and lifelong learners while exposing them to the professional practices and community of the Guthrie. Unlike our summer camps and intensives, this programming occurs only on weekends and provides learning opportunities for youth throughout the year.

Payment plans and scholarships are available (details below).

CLASSES:

Posted January 23

Guthrie Dance Classes for Students 18+

Whether you are looking to move your body and have a good time with friends, nail the 8-count in your next audition, or tap dance the night away, we've got a class for you! 

Posted January 22

FREE Workshops at TRP

Theatre in the Round offers FREE workshops and seminars taught by veteran designers, guest artists, and others as part of its mission to help develop theatre arts in the community. Workshops coming up:

INTRO to the Sewing Machine
Saturday, January 25, 1:00 - 3:00 pm (NOTE DATE CHANGE)

INTERMEDIATE Sewing Machine
Saturday, February 1, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Hand Stitching Techniques
Saturday, February 22, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Posted January 21

SELF-RELIANT ACTOR WORKSHOP/ACTING AND MONOLOGUE TRAINING

ACTING AND MONOLOGUE TRAINING WORKSHOP STARTING THURSDAY JANUARY  16, 2020 -  FEBRUARY 6, 2020/ 4 THURSDAY EVENINGS 6-9p  

LIMITED CLASS SIZE ENROLL TODAY! 

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Wednesday, January 8
Posted January 4

21st Century Violence - Stage Combat Certification Training

Art in Arms is offering multiple weekly stage combat courses designed to give performers the tools they need to succeed when portraying contemporary violence onstage.  Focusing on the disciplines of unarmed and knife fighting, students will have the opportunity to dig deep and acquire skills so they can tell visceral stories reliably and safely.  These two disciplines, while not as flamboyant as swuashbuckling sword fights, make up the bulk of violence in modern theatrical practices and as such are essential elements of a performer's toolkit.  Central to these courses is the question "what

Posted January 1