Studio G School of Music and Theatre

Come check us out.....we've got our "ACT" together!




STUDIO G SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND THEATRE    707-227-5753     studiognapa@gmail.com

ACT I​
Grade K-2
Tuesday 3:30 - 4:20 


Through theatre/improvisation games and scene work, Studio G's ACT I students imaginations and creativity can blossom to their full potential! ACT I students will create characters and learn to trust their instincts, building confidence while making new friends  and developing independent thinking along the way. Students perform in an open style workshop at the end of the semester.

ACTING CLASSES FOR YOUTH AND TEENS

CONNECT THE TOTS

TO MUSIC AND DRAMA

Connect the Tots

Class is FULL

Ages 2-4

Sing, dance, pretend, play; where will our imagination take us today? Connect the Tots class takes children on exciting adventures where their imagination has the starring role.  We play drama games, sing songs, experiment with instruments, sing with sign language, dance, role-play and have tons of fun!  And although classes follow the same structure each week (so children very quickly feel comfortable and relaxed) the topic and theme is always different.

ACT II
Grade 3-5
Tuesday 4:30-5:20 

Curtain call for all future stars! ACT II acting students will learn improvisation skills and how to keep a scene moving, audition and get the part, take risks and focus on the people you’re working with. This class is a fun and supportive environment for kids to start focusing on what theatre is all about!  Students perform in an open style workshop at the end of the semester.

As a student of our Studio G Acting Class, you will learn.....

  • To know, trust and support all of your fellow classmates – to be a team player
  • To develop confidence in your ability to “think on your feet” and to enhance your presentation skills
  • To expand your sensory awareness while reacting to a variety of stimuli and responding with naturalness
  • To explore inner feelings in greater depth while creating a variety of characters
  • To know what questions to ask and how to answer them when deepening your character’s base
  • To recognize the importance of preparation – analyzing a script and scoring a role – highlighting and labeling the actions and outlining objectives, actions and qualities
  • To let go of some of your fears and inhibitions about performing in front of others
  • To trust your imagination – explore different perspectives
  • To think critically – analyze and evaluate your own work as well as the work of others
  • To understand and hone the art of acting through improvisation as well as the use of scripted material
  • To grow in your appreciation for and aesthetic awareness of theatre arts while knowing and appreciating it’s history.

PERFORMING  ARTS CLASSES