Technical Theatre & Design 

Costume Design I: Sewing Basics (Teens & Adults)
Have dreams of being a costume designer? Maybe you just want to be able to sew the hem on that pair of pants! This class teaches students the basics of hand and machine sewing. Small sewing projects are used to practice your new skills. Students may be responsible for purchasing fabric and supplies. (This class is a prerequisite to all other costume design class levels.)
Instructor: Marie Marley
Times: Mondays 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Dates: January 9 – May 1
Tuition: $375



Stage Makeup I (Grades 4-7, Grades 8-12)
Makeup intended for use in the theater is vastly different from makeup that you might wear out and about or even for a special occasion. Students will learn real world makeup techniques that they can use for the rest of their lives. Stage and special effects makeup will be explored. Create a professional stage makeup for a variety of characters and roles while gaining knowledge of makeup materials, tools and techniques. Students are responsible for providing personal makeup and tools. Supplies list will be provided.
Instructor: Kim Heymann
Times: Tuesdays 4 PM – 5 PM (Grades 4-7), 5 PM – 6 PM (Grades 8-12)
Dates: January 10 – May 2
Tuition: $375


 

Intro to Technical Theatre (Grades 8-12)
Being on stage may garner applause, but it’s what happens behind the scenes that truly creates magic in theatre. Students will be introduced to the many forms of stage craft (stage management, lighting, sound, costuming, etc.) and learn how they all connect to create one magnificent production. Understand the roles of directors and designers while learning how to speak “tech.” (This course is a prerequisite to future technical theatre classes).
Instructor: Kim Heymann
Times: Tuesdays 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM
Dates: January 10 – May 2
Tuition: $375