Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy

Dramatic Arts

SCAA offers a comprehensive study of Musical Theatre and Acting with emphasis on the foundation of acting, singing and creativity. The theatre program is designed in a progression of study for beginners and students with theatre experience and passion for fun!

New this year: Classes are being offered in two sessions. Students will need to register separately for each session. 

Session I is twelve weeks in length from September 14 – December 11. Study began this fall on a virtual platform using ZOOM. Students are receiving instruction at home from a device of their choice. 

Session II is fourteen weeks in length and begins the week of January 25, with registration opening in mid-November. For Session II, a class is offered both in-person (as public health rules and mandates allow), as well as a virtual class offering. 

Closures
March 22-27: No Classes
April 26-May 1: No Classes

Classes begin the week of January 25, 2021

 


Introduction to Musical Theatre

Introduction to the art of music theatre by focusing on the art of drama for the 2020-2021 school year. Session II offers both an in-person class and a virtual class offering

 

Introduction to Musical Theatre (In-Person)

Age: 9 to 12 years – In Person Class
(Classes take place in the classroom with SCAA COVID protocols in place)

During this 14-week session, the class will focus on the art of drama. The students will be guided in the basic skills of acting by learning to use their words and facial expressions to depict a kind of emotion or action. This will be achieved through a variety of drama activities and improvisational techniques. The students will also work on scenes that consist of 2-3 students per scene. They will work on basic stage direction while maintaining a 6-foot space between students (masks required).

Session II (begins Thursday, January 28th for 14 weeks)
Tuition: $196
Class Offered:
TH 4:30-5:30 p.m. | Christina Romich | Virtual-ZOOM  | ATHE 200-02


Introduction to Musical Theatre (Virtual)

Age: 9 to 12 years – Online virtual class via ZOOM

During this 14-week session, the class will continue to focus on the art of drama. The students will be guided in the basic skills of acting by learning to use their words and facial expressions to depict a kind of emotion or action. This will be achieved through a variety of drama activities and improvisational techniques. The students will receive guidance in use of props that they have in their own home. The students will also be given basic dialogue to interact with each other, utilizing the acting techniques discussed in the session.

Session II (begins Wednesday, January 27th for 14 weeks)
Tuition: $196
Class Offered:
W 4:30-5:30 p.m. | Christina Romich | Virtual-ZOOM  | ATHE 200-03