Upcoming Classes & Camps

March Musical Theater Madness

Do you love musicals, and want a chance to hone your skills, learn new material? Students will have the opportunity to study with a Broadway veteran, learning Musical theatre choreography, songs and scenes.

Mondays, March 2-30, 3:30-5:00 pm

For Ages 12 – 18

Tuition: $125

Scholarships available. Contact Education Director, Lindsay Pontius.

Tap Into spring

for beginners & experienced tappers

Join Kathleen Smith for a six week tap series focusing on time steps and creating a short routine. Tons of fun – just tap and be happy. 

Mondays, March 9 – May 13, 9-10 am

For Adults 18 & Up

Tuition: $115

THT Kids Workshops
with Nikki Juvan

Have fun working together to learn the basics of theater and how to build a character.

Sat Mar 7, 9:00 – 10:30 am
Sat Apr 4, 9:00 – 10:30 am

For Ages 6 – 8

Tuition: $40

Scholarships available. Contact Education Director, Lindsay Pontius.

Broadway Boot Camp

Live the life of a Broadway professional for the week. A hard-core look at all of the elements that go into the making of a musical theatre ensemble member. Instructor Elisa Van Duyne has performed in national and international tours as well as on Broadway and in some of the nation’s major regional theatres. She has over 20 years of experience as an actor, singer, dancer and dance captain.

Mon April 20 – Thu April 23, 9am – 3pm
Friday April 24, 9am – 12pm
Showcase Performance: Friday, April 24, 7pm

For Ages 11 – 17

Tuition: $225

Scholarships available. Contact Education Director, Lindsay Pontius.

Theatre for Social Change

Theatre for Social Change

Are you interested in making change? In bringing together community? This interactive class will use lectures and workshop activities to explore how performance has served as a vehicle for positive social change.

The development of IF I SAY BEE* will be happening in tandem with this class and participants will have the unique opportunity to get an inside look at how Courageous Stage of Town Hall Theater is implementing theatre for social change practice right her in Middlebury!

NO ACTING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.

*IF I SAY BEE is a large-scale community project that brings together a wide-cross section of community together to tackle the complex issue of climate change through a theatre making process.

Craig Maravich is the Co-Founder/Programs Director of Courageous Stage at Town Hall Theater, a Visiting Professor of Theatre at Middlebury College, member of the Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble, and has 20 years of experience as a professional actor.

For ages 17 and up (other interested teens may apply)

Tuesdays, May 5- 26
7:00 – 8:30 pm

Tuition: $110

Scholarships available. Contact Education Director, Lindsay Pontius.

Newsies

Young Company Musical: Newsies

Come be a part of the amazing Young Company Musical experience. Everyone involved learns a ton and has a fantastic time. Doug Anderson (director) and Jennifer Allred (musical director) once again invite teens to be part of a big musical at Town Hall Theater this July. This summer’s selection is the rousing Newsies.

Monday to Friday, 1-4pm
July 6-24
Performances July 24-26

For ages 12 and up

Tuition: $275

$50 discount when you register for both Young Company camps!

Scholarships available. Contact Education Director, Lindsay Pontius.

Young Company: Acting Olympics

The Young Company trains together as an ensemble tackling elements of classical theatre. This year we will be challenging ourselves with a play from Ancient Greece: Prologue to The War. We will be acting our sox off. There will also be drumming, singing, chanting, dancing on an Olympic scale. Come and train with master teachers including Lindsay Pontius, Kendra Gratton, Clint Bierman, Craig Maravich and others.

Monday to Friday, 9am-noon
August 3-21
Performances August 21-23

For ages 12 and up

Tuition: $275

$50 discount when you register for both Young Company camps!

Scholarships available. Contact Education Director, Lindsay Pontius.