The Theatre for the Very Young's production of Waiting for Balloon. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Education

The Alliance Theatre's Education program is truly comprehensive. We reach all ages, from 12 months old (yes, 12 months) and up through our Acting School, Theatre for the Very Young productions, and our Institute for Educators. Our curriculum features programs for learning to act (on stage or on camera), sharpening your business communication skills, better educating children, and just learning about theatre. Each season, we also offer most of our professional theatre productions during select school days for field trips.

 

By combining our unique professional learning opportunities that the Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists offers with our thrilling field trip experiences, we are pleased to add “Extra Credit” to accent and further develop your experiences with the Alliance Theatre.

» Focus Play Workshops
» In-School Pre/Post Show Lessons
» Post Show Workshops

A professional performance series for children ages 18 months–5  years old and their grown-ups that engages all five senses.

The Alliance Theatre offers a comprehensive curriculum in stage, film, and television acting for all ages and ability levels. We also offer specialty courses in playwriting, screenwriting and voice over within our adult program. Classes are offered on weekdays, weeknights, and Saturdays for our adult program and Saturdays for youth and teens. Drama camps are available during spring break and summer.

Learn more about our programming designed for educators.

» Institute for Educators
» Field trips and schoolday performances

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