Schedule

Our classes are designed to propel the students forward in their training. We believe that students need every opportunity to work with professionals, and our instructors are anxious to impart their knowledge and expertise to the students.  Private Lessons are available upon request.

Session II will be a 7 week session. Cost per class is $90.

Session II Begins January 26, 2015!

Intro to Acting

Monday

4:00-5:00pm

Acting II

Monday 5:00-6:00pm

Broadway Choreo I

Tuesday

4:00- 5:00pm

Broadway Choreo II

Tuesday 5:00-6:00pm

Ballet I

Wednesday 4:00-5:00pm

Ballet II

Wednesday

5:00-6:00pm

Comedic Acting

Thursday

4:00-5:00pm

Improv

Thursday 5:00-6:00pm

Voice & Harmonies 

Friday

4:00-5:00pm

 

 

 

YAT Session II Classes

 

Intro to Acting- Learn basic acting skills, using your imagination, through games and improv! Students will learn basic skills, such as projection, enunciation, and body language.

Acting II- This class is designed to help improve      character development through improvisation exercises  and character analysis, as well as focusing on vocal     technique, expression, and projection.

Voice & Harmonies - In this fun class, students will begin to learn how to identify the harmonies of songs as well as techniques to listen and to sing correctly to produce beautiful sounding music. Students will learn, practice, and showcase these skills that will expand their capabilities as singers.

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OUR CLASS INSTRUCTORS INCLUDE:

ACTING

Connor Riley Sullivan recently graduated from University of San Diego with a BA in Theatre Arts & Performance Studies. This will be his second session teaching at Young Actors' Theatre. He is excited to impart his knowledge and love of theatre to our students at YAT.

 

VOICE & HARMONIES

Tracey Singer has more than 20 years experience as a voice and piano teacher, working with students to develop sound techniques that can be used in any genre of music they wish to perform.  Incorporating skills used as a performer with proper technical and theory applications has allowed him to give students a complete musical experience that goes beyond simply reading notes from a page. 

DANCE

Holly Rone-Johnson is thrilled to be teaching her second session of classes at Youth Actor's Theatre! Holly hails from Springfield, Mo. where she developed her love of theatre and dance. Holly moved to New York City to study at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy where she worked with the likes of Lars Rosager of The American Dance Machine, Eileen Schauler of New York City Opera, and Broadway's Elaine Petricoff. Holly has enjoyed a good deal of success performing all over the world as a singer and dancer. She moved to San Diego to marry her husband Jesse whom she met while performing. Some of her favorite credits include LouAnn in Hairspray (1st National Tour), Sheila in Hair (European Tour), June in Chicago (National Tour), Belle in Beauty and the Beast (Flat Rock Playhouse), Sister Mary Leo in Nunsense 2 (Westchester Broadway), Ensemble in Carousel (Paper Mill Playhouse).