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Theatre Classes


Students meet weekly develop a specific theatre related skill or become introduced to new theatre topics. On the last day of class, family and friends are invited to see a final piece or educational share depending on the course. 

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Winter 2023-2024 Classes


Writer's Room

Monday, 02/19/24 - 03/25/24

Grades 3rd - 5th 

5pm to 6pm

This 6-week class will allow students to write and perform their own scenes with guided help. Encourages use of imagination and teamwork building to create a final show.

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Exploring Classics

Tuesdays, 02/20/24 - 03/24/24 

Grades 6th - 8th 

5pm to 6pm

In this class, we'll explore everything from Shakespeare to Classic Greek and Roman Theater. At the end of the 6-weeks, students will choose a monologue, and the group will decide on scenes to share.


Imagination Foundation

Saturdays, 02/24/24 - 03/30/24

Grades K - 2nd 

10am to 11am

Each week we will focus on a different aspect of theater, Acting, Improvisation, etc. and have a final share at the end of class where students can share what they have created and discovered.

Spring 2024 Classes

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Mythology Ensemble

Mondays, 04/15/24 - 05/20/24 

Grades 6th - 8th 

5pm to 6pm

Students will rehearse and perform a play based on a classic Greek Myth. Class will consist of Theater exercises, rehearsals, special activities, and on the last day of class we will perform the piece.

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Once Upon a Time at the Mill...

Tuesdays, 04/16/24 - 05/21/24 

Grades K - 2nd 

5pm to 6pm

Using Classic Fairy Tales, students will create their own new story, using arts and crafts and theater exercises to explore the imaginary worlds. 

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Acting Studio

Saturdays, 04/20/24 - 05/25/24

Grades 3rd - 5th 

10am to 11am

This class is a great way to introduce students to the world of theater. Students will explore acting, improvisation, character creation, physical comedy, and text analysis all in this 6-week course. 

Limited scholarships are available for classes and camps. 

Swift Creek Mill Theatre believes in the value of an arts education and strives to make theatre accesible to students regardless of ability to pay. 

Contact us if you are interested in receiving more information on receiving a scholarship or supporting our scholarship fund.

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