Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling



CLASS SIZE: 10 students, maximum

PRICES:  $99 per student, per month

DATES: See below for monthly schedule, there are 3 classes/month.

During the school year, Theatre Jacksonville offers after-school classes. Theatre helps build important life skills, self-esteem, and confidence, all while providing students with fun, enjoyment, and a sense of accomplishment. Some of the offerings may include... our 2022 Creativity Workshops!


DECEMBER: No classes.



Hodge Podge 

(Ages 7-9) TUESDAYS January 10th, 17th, 24th from 4pm-5pm

Sessions will focus on theatre games, socialization and creating fun crafts. All while we strive to provide a safe, comfortable environment where kids can express themselves freely, develop their imaginations, and expand their social skills by interacting with others their age.


Greek Mythology

 (Ages 10-14) TUESDAYS January 10th, 17th, 24th from 5:30pm-6:30pm 

 If you like myths, legends, stories of sea monsters and winged horses, then join us for our Greek Mythology class. Starting from the Titans we will learn about the creation of Greek Mythology and heroes like Odysseus and Hercules. Each class students will be tasked with mythical scenes, puzzles, and riddles as we expand our knowledge on a set of Myths that is the foundation for many acting archetypes and literary characters we know today.

The Odyssey, Abridged

(Ages 8-10) WEDNESDAYS January 11th, 18th, 25th from 4pm-5pm

Students will get the opportunity to play Olympians and heroes in this short one act. Meant to be a group scene class, students will cast themselves in an abbreviated version of the epic poem The Odyssey. From cyclops, to sea nymphs, this fascinating adventure is great way to learn about an ancient classic while cultivating their acting skills.


The Odyssey: A Field Trip (group scene class)

(Ages 11-14) WEDNESDAYS January 12th, 19th, 26th from 5:30pm-6:30pm

Working from a Theatre Jacksonville original script, students in this group scene study class will work on character development and story-telling as we follow Otis and his classmates on a field trip that sends them on an episodic adventure to the fabled past.


Poem Performers

(Ages 7-10) THURSDAYS January 12th, 19th, 26th from 4pm-5pm

Students will learn the rhythm and rhyme of the various types of poetry and find one that inspires them to perform. Focused on sub-textual meaning and physicality students will bring poetry to life and will also work on an original poem of their own.


Audition/Monologue Prep

 (Ages 10 and older) THURSDAYS January 12th, 19th, 26th 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.

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Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling