Welcome to a New Year of Community Children’s Theatre!
Children in grades 1-8 for the current academic year
The Creative Arts Center on the WVU Evansdale Campus
Here at WVU Children’s Theatre we strive to allow your children to learn and grow in acting, singing, and dancing through activities, games, and performing opportunities, all while having fun. We will work together as a team to create something magical in a whole different world than the one they live in each day. This is a supportive, caring, and helpful environment where kids can be themselves and express themselves through the performing arts without the fear of being judged.
All children enrolled will also be cast in a musical that will be performed in the spring, and learn what it is to work as a team to produce a show. No previous experience is necessary! The children's theatre staff will work through the script with the kids, helping them in every stage of rehearsal and performance along the way.
Classes are Sundays from 4-6pm, beginning September 11, 2016. Some exceptions will be made due to holidays and school breaks. Additional rehearsal time may be added once it gets close to show time. A full calendar will be given to parents on the first day.
The classes will culminate in a fully staged musical in the Falbo Theatre with three performances on February 18 & 19, 2017.
Print and complete the registration form and bring it to the Theatre & Dance Office along with payment. On-site registration will also be available at the first class meeting. The tuition is $400 per student, and can be paid in full, or split in to two payments due at the beginning of each semester. For families with more than one child participating, a 10% discount on tuition may be applied for each child after the first. A non-refundable registration fee of $30 per student is due at the time of registration.
o Weekly classes (including show rehearsals)
o Script and Songbook
o A show t-shirt
o 4 tickets that may be used at any performance. (Additional tickets may be purchased from the Box Office for $10 in the two weeks leading up to the show.)