Homeschool Drama Club: Burnsville – 1103 W. Burnsville Pkwy (Ballroom Club)
Wednesday's 3-4pm ages 8up
Homeschool Drama Club: Maple Grove Arts Center
New location - 11666 Fountains Drive (next to Wedding Day)
Monday's 2:30-3:30 6-9 yrs 3:30-4:30 10-up
Classes will include: Improvisation, Acting, Creative Movement, Script Writing and Performance. Students collaborate on skits building teamwork, all students have speaking lines in presentation.
Focus is on great training in the Theater Arts giving those wishing to audition in the Twin Cities an edge above the rest. Many of our students are seen in plays at Children’s Theater, Stages, Chanhassen Dinner Theater and others.
Instructor: Miss Sheila Regan, Miss Kate, Miss Bonnie, Miss Sandra
Yearly registration fee of $25 per family
To register, please fill out a student registration form and fax, scan and email or mail. email@example.com (Fax: 952-736-3621) Payment is due to confirm class placement.
Phone 952-220-1676 (CC accepted at .05% credit card fee)
Address for mailing is 6352 Josephine Ave. Edina, Mn. 55439
Giving all children the opportunity to discover the ARTS and the Creativity within, while building self esteem, confidence, social skills and imagination!
Do you have a group that would like us to come to you on a weekly basis? We bring our programs out into the Twin Cities area so give us a call and we can chat. Off site programs include:
Social Skills Groups
Call Bonnie at 952-220-1676 to learn more.
Music-We use age appropriate music in all of our classes. Some of the music we use are from Disney, Broadway Musicals, classical, special children's music and more.
Clothing-children should be dressed in something comfortable to move in. Good choices are a leotard with tights or sweatpants and a T-shirt. Preferably not jeans as they can be restricting. Street shoes and boots are to removed by everyone at the door.
We give all children the opportunity to discover the Arts and the creativity within. Our classes are great for building self esteem, confidence, social skills, communication, and problem solving. Homework may be sent home periodically to work on memorization of lines, or building a short story, or jokes. Children are also given the opportunities to perform in community events and other shows.