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The show finally gets to go on!  When life hit the pause button last March, one of the many things put on hold was theatre education.  Youtheatre worked hard to offer alternatives for our cabin-fevered theatre kids this summer, but online theatre offers a whole new set of struggles.  So, after nearly six months, we are thrilled to finally be able to welcome our young actors back into the building with a variety of workshops and master classes for all ages! 

Youtheatre is back and Lindsay Taylor, a Youtheatre mom and volunteer, is telling you about all the workshops for your kids available now! • VisitFindlay.com

Welcome back Youtheatre family!

In October alone, we have a ballet/tap class for students in grades 1-5, a readers’ theatre opportunity for students in grades 6-8 and 9-12.  Of course, things will look a little different with smaller class sizes, contactless drop-off and pickup, 6 foot spacing between actors, and masks for all, but we couldn’t be more excited to have our theatre kids back. 

Youtheatre is back and Lindsay Taylor, a Youtheatre mom and volunteer, is telling you about all the workshops for your kids available now! • VisitFindlay.com

There are workshops available for students ranging from first graders to seniors!

 

So, if you have spent your quarantine listening to endless renditions of Annie or Hamilton songs, considering signing your young actor up for one of our workshops or master classes!  And be sure to keep checking our website, as more opportunities are released all the time!

Youtheatre is back and Lindsay Taylor, a Youtheatre mom and volunteer, is telling you about all the workshops for your kids available now! • VisitFindlay.com

Did your kids put on a show during quarantine like Lindsay’s kids? Then sign them up for MCPA camp!

Sign up here!

Lights, Camera and Readers Theatre Fun!, Grades 9-12

October 19, 21 & 23 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Instructors: Julie Lane and Lindsay Taylor

Come and experience the world of acting without memorization! This Readers Theatre workshop will explore the elements of oral interpretation, develop and improve your vocal and facial expression with a written script. Enjoy this pleasurable and no-pressure theatrical experience!

Youtheatre is back and Lindsay Taylor, a Youtheatre mom and volunteer, is telling you about all the workshops for your kids available now! • VisitFindlay.com

Have a high schooler? Enroll them in Lights, Camera and Readers Theatre beginning October 19!

Dance: Ballet and Tap, Grades 1-5

October 19, 21, 26 & 28 from 6:30-7 p.m.
Instructor: Abigail Starcher

Come and learn the basics of Ballet and Tap, as well as exploring qualities of movement and how our bodies communicate emotion.

Youtheatre is back and Lindsay Taylor, a Youtheatre mom and volunteer, is telling you about all the workshops for your kids available now! • VisitFindlay.com

Dance Classes are a great starting place for the littlest performers

Lights, Camera and Readers Theatre Fun!, Grades 6-8

October 26, 27 & 28 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Instructors: Julie Lane and Lindsay Taylor

Come and experience the world of acting without memorization! This Readers Theatre workshop will explore the elements of oral interpretation, develop and improve your vocal and facial expression with a written script. Enjoy this pleasurable and no-pressure theatrical experience!

Youtheatre is back and Lindsay Taylor, a Youtheatre mom and volunteer, is telling you about all the workshops for your kids available now! • VisitFindlay.com

Middle Schoolers will dip their toes in the theatre world with a workshop just for them!

No matter which classes your child attends they are sure to have fun, register here!

This blog post was written by Lindsay Taylor.  Lindsay is a former teacher turned stay-at-home mom.  She is currently working on a master’s in gifted education.  When she’s not juggling kids and classes, Lindsay can be found working with Findlay Youtheatre and the Fort Findlay Playhouse.

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