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2015 Education Opportunities

At QCT, classes are always taught by trained theatre professionals! All classes in the Fall Semester will be taught by Head of Education Kelsey Celek. Students will find it beneficial to repeat classes as the material worked reflects the student’s experience level and abilities.

Limited scholarships are available.

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Despicable Me: Minion Academy

Mondays: Oct. 26-Dec. 14 | 7 Sessions
4:30-5:30 PM

Minions, to the stage! Join our minion army as they use the stories and characters from this pop culture phenomenon to explore the despicable world of theatre. Our little yellow friends will use the power of imagination as they develop their actor skills and create new, villainous inventions. By the end of class, they’ll even say “Bello!” to their very own minion characters!

Tuition $60

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Broadway Babies

Broadway Babies

Wednesdays: Oct. 28-Dec. 16 | 7 Sessions
No class November 25
4:30-5:30 PM

Introduce your little star to the bright lights of Broadway! Young performers will discover the dazzling world of musical theatre while learning the basics of storytelling through song and dance. This toe-tapping tutorial will culminate with the performance of our own musical numbers. Perfect for the musical theatre fan in your family!

Tuition $60

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Grades 4-6

Avengers

Avengers Assemble!

Wednesdays: Oct. 28-Dec. 16 | 7 Sessions
No class November 25
6:00-7:00 PM

Actors assemble! Fight your way onto the stage with this epic acting adventure for novices and experts. Using popular characters from the Marvel universe as inspiration, students will develop the physical and vocal skills of a true theatre hero. With actor tools at the ready, we will create larger-than-life characters inspired by your favorite comic books.

Tuition $60

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Grades 7-9

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Dialects

Thursdays: Oct. 29-Dec. 17 | 7 Sessions
No class November 26
5:00-6:00 PM

Travel the world…on stage! Dialects are an actor or actresses’ greatest asset when playing a character. Whether it’s an Englishman or a New Yorker, using the correct dialect well is crucial for an accurate performance. In this course, students will learn the basics of using their voices to communicate as a character. We will use well known scripts and characters to tackle the basics of this highly necessary actor resource.

Tuition $60

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Grades 10-College

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Starting Shakespeare

Mondays: Oct. 26-Dec. 14 | 7 Sessions
6:00-7:00 PM

Interact with Shakespeare on a whole new level. This in-depth course will transfer Shakespeare’s greatest works from page to stage as participants examine the art of performing, and not just reading, history’s greatest plays. Using scansion and text analysis, we will discover the hidden details behind these beautiful works—and the information necessary for an outstanding performance. Perfect for beginning Shakespearean performers and anyone who just wants to learn more!

Tuition $60

NOTE: This course is highly recommended for musical theatre performers as the skills are transferable.

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Adults (Ages 18+)

Script Analysis

Script Analysis

Thursdays: Oct. 29-Dec. 17 | 7 Sessions
No class November 26
6:30-7:30 PM

You’ve just been cast in a play…now what? A script is one of the most important tools an actor uses. This class will explore how to break down a script to glean vital character information—and how to use that information—when creating your character.

Tuition $60

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