CAST Weekly Classes

School Year 2019-2020

Students at CAST will work through a curated curriculum with our instructors this year! All classes will end with a performance or showcase. 

Our instructors will be bringing in professionals to facilitate parts of their classes and working with your students to create showcases, productions and original works! .

 

COURSES 

Grades K - 1

Students who are currently 5 and in Pre-K may also register.

LITTLE STARS

Tuesdays 4:30-5:30

$80 per session

Our youngest actors will discover the joy of theatre in this class which introduces the world of theatre arts.  Each session will include creative thinking, storytelling, acting, singing, teamwork and building confidence on stage.  Students will explore how when all of the elements of theatre arts are combined on stage something magical happens.
Every eight week session will conclude with a class presentation for family and friends!  

Schedule of sessions is: 

Session 1: Week of October 14 - Week of December 6 Register Here for Session 1

Session 2: Week of January 13 - Week of March 6 Register Here for Session 2

Session 3: Week of March 16 - Week of May 8 Register Here for Session 3

 

 

2nd-4th Grade

STARS IN TRAINING

 Tuesdays 5:45 - 6:45

$120 per session

All sessions of this class are designed to introduce and build on theatre concepts through creative movement, acting, improv, dance, critical thinking and hands on art activities.  Students will engage with their peers through role play, games and collaborative performances.  Your child will acquire skills that can be applied to every facet of life, all while building confidence and having FUN! 

Every eight week session will conclude with a class presentation for family and friends! 

Schedule of sessions is: 

Session 1: Week of October 14 - Week of December 6 Register Here for Session 1

Session 2: Week of January 13 - Week of March 6 Register Here for Session 2

Session 3: Week of March 16 - Week of May 8 Register Here for Session 3

 

5th-6th Grade

STUDIO ONE

Mondays 6:00 - 7:30pm

Instructor: Desirae Mausteller

$385 for the year

STARTING NOVEMBER 18

 

Students will delve into theatre arts with this introduction to Studio class.  Over eighteen weeks Studio One will explore everything from character analysis and movement to makeup and set design.  All while putting on a production.  The class will meet once a week, learning theatre games, specialty studies, and collaborative production decisions.   

This class is focusing on not only the end product (the production) but also strives to emphasis the importance of the theatrical process.

​Starting November 18

​FINAL PERFORMANCE: TBD

Register Here for Studio One

 

7th - 12th Grade

STUDIO TWO

Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:30pm

$385 for the year

Instructor: Seth Sponhouse

This comprehensive theatre arts class focuses on the theatrical process and development of character equally to create a more polished production.  Students will be encouraged to take ownership of the given material while also having the opportunity to work on individual goals. The spring will build upon the work done in the fall semester, as we work to create a fully produced play! 

This year, we are performing Peter and the Starcatcher​!

Tickets to the Final production need to be purchased in advance.

​November 13 - May 13

​FINAL PERFORMANCES: TBD

Register Here for Studio Two

 

Scholarships

We want all students to be on stage!

We at CTL and CAST feel the need to ensure that all students, regardless of financial need have the chance to pursue what they love and be on stage. It is with that thought and belief that we are proud to offer the CAST Scholarship Opportunity! Please fill out the survey, by clicking the link below and our Educational Coordinator will be in touch. 

Click Here for the Scholarship Application

 

 Financial aid, in the form of tuition assistance grants, is awarded to deserving students to partially off-set the costs of attending the Community Academy of Stage and Theatre.  Financial Aid is available on a limited basis; therefore, applicants must demonstrate a clear financial need and a strong desire to participate in the Academy program.  The questions asked in this application are designed to help the CAST staff understand the family situation and financial position, and to make certain that assistance is awarded to students whose need is greatest.  The information you provide in this application is considered strictly confidential. All decisions regarding financial assistance are made by the Educational Coordinator and CAST staff.

While reasonable considerations will be made to accommodate the needs of each student. Community Academy of Stage and Theatre reserves the right to reconsider enrollment or send a student home should issues require support beyond the capabilities of the CAST staff.

Additional courses are being developed. Please check back soon and don't forget to sign up for updates on the latest information.