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Teen Play Reading, Adult Play Reading, Improv Class,


Dialect Class and TV/Film Workshop Series and more!


Teen Play Reading Series

Join us in this celebratory month as we recognize Katori Hall

The Mountaintop - Katori Hall 

A gripping reimagination of events the night before the assassination of the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On April 3, 1968, after delivering one of his most memorable speeches, an exhausted Dr. King retires to his room at the Lorraine Motel while a storm rages outside. When a mysterious stranger arrives with some surprising news, King is forced to confront his destiny and his legacy to his people.

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IMPROV WITH Jordan Griffiths Grades 5th-9th

Looking for laughs? Tired of gaming? Already finished everything on all of Netflix? We’ve figured out how to bring real, live fun digitally to YOU ! FUN improv classes are 90 minutes of fun and creativity---with other people. All you need is an internet connection and a camera, and we’ll have you “yes, and”-ing in no time. This class will focus on the essentials of improv: spontaneity, listening, agreement, and collaboration. Through games and exercises students will step outside their comfort zone, working together to create original characters and scenes, accessing new corners of their creativity!

THURSDAYS:​ Feb. 11, 18, 25, Mar. 4, 11, 18 



WHERE: ZOOM ONLINE with CenterStage Theatre Company Cyber Series

The Improv Class meets weekly for 6 sessions and is a great place to connect with peers. Link rcvd upon registration

ADULT PLAY READING MEET UP - ​Ages 18+. Spots are filling up fast!  Since we have been unable to experience theatrical art forms in person, one way to connect is to enjoy the stories, scenes, and characters of the stage as in the written word of the playwright. Play reading gives you a front-row seat to the real and complex political, cultural, and personal dramas throughout most of history. You will be transformed by read-speaking the words of characters familiar or new.

So tear yourself away from binge night and join us!!

You will get to be an active participant in the words & drama of a play.  No experience necessary. 

It's Free or optional donation ~ so sign up below for one or for all!

(Titles subject to change - will be notified)


February 18 - The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl (led by Melissa Williams)

March 18 - A Dream Play by August Strindberg (1902), trans. Edwin Bjorkman (1912) (led by Oliver Gerland)

April 15 - How to Date a Feminist by Samantha Ellis (led by Jacob Shaffer)

TIME:  6:30 pm - 8:30 PM MOUNTAIN TIME

CLASS FEE: Optional Donation

WHERE: ZOOM ONLINE with CenterStage Theatre Company Cyber Series


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TV/FILM Workshop Series

Intuition Talent is Back! You can register for one or discounted for all 3! Ages 12 - 21 (younger is accepted with parental attendance)


FEB 20: REQUIRED MATERIALS: "Headshots, Resumes and Media for TV and Film"

Want to work in TV and Film? A Headshot, Resume and Media are a must! In this workshop, we will take a deep dive into the materials needed to get started with on-camera opportunities. We will breakdown how to take a great headshot, how to format and structure your resume, and how to put together media such as scenes, monologues and reels. Already have a headshot, resume or media? Bring it to class and we can evaluate it together.

MAR 13: PROMOTING YOURSELF: "How To Get An Agent, and How To Find Your Own TV and Film Audition"

To succeed in TV and Film, self-promotion is key. In this workshop, we will talk about how to get noticed by an agent, both locally and nationally, for on-camera work. We will highlight how to get a local CO agent, and talk about what it takes to get an agent in larger markets (LA, NY, NM, ATL, etc.). We will also provide suggestions and tactics on how to submit yourself for TV and Film opportunities.

APR 10: ALL ABOUT CASTING: "What You Need To Know To Book A TV and Film Auditions"

Want national TV and Film opportunities? Having an Actor's Access profile is the first step, and the basic service is free. Actor's Access is the one-stop location to house all of your acting materials and information, and is the best way to search for and submit yourself for national on-camera opportunities. Most national agents, managers and casting directors will require that you to have an AA profile for consideration. Think of AA as your digital calling card!

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Add to your toolbox!

Learn the British Accent (Received Pronunciation)


Ages 9-17

Learn the British Accent (Received Pronunciation) with Olivia Eppe from Speech Niche! 

Have an upcoming audition? Want to add to your actors toolkit? 

Join Olivia Eppe of The Speech Niche and learn the main features and characteristics of the British accent. With practice and consistency, students can do a British accent for their next monologue or audition or role!

Students will practice in class as well as in breakout groups over zoom. Consistent practice throughout the week is strongly recommended.

Week 1: The importance of listening with detail. Learn briefly what Received Pronunciation is and its non-rhotic (dropping Rs and linking Rs) characteristics.

Week 2: British vowels: long vowels, short vowels; British T consonant

Week 3: Slang and words with different pronunciation in British English

Week 4: Intonation/inflection in conversation. Review new skills in conversation.

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Auditions via Zoom March 26th and 27th, Callbacks on March 28th if needed.

Performances Outside June 10th - 13th!

​Geek. Poser. Jock. Beauty Queen. Wannabe. These are the labels that can last a lifetime. With an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer, Jason Robert Brown, (Parade, The Last Five Years, Bridges of Madison County) 13 is a musical about fitting in – and standing out!

Evan Goldman is plucked from his fast-paced, preteen New York City life and plopped into a sleepy Indiana town following his parents divorce. Surrounded by an array of simpleminded middle school students, he needs to establish his place in the popularity pecking order. Can he situate himself on a comfortable link of the food chain... or will he dangle at the end with the outcasts?!? CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION PAGE

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