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Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling


During the school year, Theatre Jacksonville offers educational classes. Theatre helps build important life skills, self-esteem, and confidence, all while providing students with fun, enjoyment, and a sense of accomplishment.


 2024 Creativity Classes


The Three Little Pigs - Character Voices

(Ages 7-10) THURSDAYS April 9th, 16th, 23rd from 4pm-5pm

In this class students will create an audio book story of a classic tale. Focusing on the different ways we can use the instrument that is our voice, students will create the voices for the various characters in “The Three Little Pigs” and we will produce a short audio story to be shared.


Acting on Camera

(Ages 10-14) TUESDAYS April 9th, 16th, 23rd from 5:30pm-6:30pm 

The basics and fundamentals of acting are used by performers of stage and screen alike, but it is the subtle differences in delivery that make them completely different art forms. In this class students will perform scenes while having to focus on camera angles, consistency and hitting exact marks. This class is great for a beginner or someone who has had prior training.  

Acting with Accents

(Ages 8-11) WEDNESDAYS April 10th, 17th, 24th from 4pm-5pm 

Want to learn to sound like you’re from the world of Harry Potter, Peppa Pig, Alice in Wonderland? In this class students will learn introductory techniques to speaking in different accents/dialects (British, Irish, etc.) while observing the vocal techniques and applications when developing a character. No prior experience with acting/accents is needed.


Mini-Scene Stealers

(Ages 8-10) THURSDAYS April 11th, 18th, 25th from 4pm-5pm

It takes a lot of work to brave the stage alone, it is a whole other world when you have to rely on partners. In this workshop students will further hone their acting skills by learning to tell and further a story in a duet or group scene. This class requires no previous experience, but it does require a level of dedication as scenes rely on the attendance of all.

Audition/Monologue Prep

(Ages 10 and older) THURSDAYS April 11th, 18th, 25th from 5:30pm-6:30pm

In this class students will learn the basics of audition prep and how to bring a monologue to life.  Whether you are new to theatre, have an audition coming up, or just want to keep in the practice of your art, this class is a great foundation for any theatre student, especially if you are looking to build confidence for the stage.

If you are interested in private coaching lessons, contact Mr. Ron directly!


Can't find what you're looking for? Have questions?

Ask us and we just might have the answers you seek. Contact our Education Director, Ron Shreve.

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Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
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