Studio Tenn Theatre Company is excited to build on their Education and Community Outreach Program by launching a series of classes for all ages. They aim to provide a safe and nurturing environment that allows students to be their most fearless, creative self and to create enlightened audiences and artists who will shape the future.
The Education Program includes:
Rising Triple Threats with Everett Tarlton | February 15th and March 14th | Ages: 5th-8th Grade
In this monthly class for middle schoolers, students will have the opportunity to expand their musical theatre knowledge. Each class will be taught by a different industry professional, each of whom brings a unique and exciting perspective. The classes will be show-themed, covering choreography and character work from Mamma Mia, The Greatest Showman, Chicago and more!
Musical Theater Story Telling Through Dance with Everett Tarlton | February 15th
Class will be held at Millennium Dance Complex Nashville. Students will learn posing, body awareness and acting the dance!
Monologue Coaching with René Copeland
Ages: High School - Adult
Selecting, preparing and performing a monologue can be a daunting task for any actor. This three-day class intensive will demystify this process and help actors to become more confident and secure in auditions and on stage.
MASTER CLASS SERIES
Ages: Middle School - Adult
Studio Tenn is proudly continuing this season with their master class series. With guest teachers who are currently performing with the National Tours of some of Broadway’s biggest hits, these classes are a not-to-miss opportunity to learn choreography featured in shows on stage today!
SCHOOL TO STAGE
February 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th & 20th
Ages: Middle School - High School
Studio Tenn is excited to produce the Tennessee regional premiere of Kate Hamill’s new adaptation of Little Women. Running concurrent with Steel Magnolias, the show will be free for schools to attend with an additional two public performances as part of Studio Tenn’s continual efforts to widen theater education and literacy of classic texts. Studio Tenn is honored to have René D. Copeland directing this landmark production continuing to celebrate a season of unforgettable women.
STUDIO TENN AT MTSU
Ages: High School - College
As Studio Tenn continues its effort to expand its education reach and impact, they are thrilled to be partnering with Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). This offering will be open to the Murfreesboro community as well as MTSU students. Studio Tenn will provide industry professionals to lead classes focused on dance and musical theatre skills. Students will learn dance combinations from national tours, local productions and more. The class will offer the opportunity for students to practice picking up style and steps in an audition-like environment before breaking down the combination and providing technical skills and training.
For more information on Studio Tenn’s Education series, contact their Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.541.8200.