Junior Acting - Ages 9 - 12

Students further develop their acting foundation with introductions to various techniques. Through the basics of the Stanislavaski system- students learn about wants/objectives, through-line of action, sense memory, and place work. Further techniques will be introduced as students progress, may include Method, Meisner, and more. At the junior level students are introduced to directing techniques and writing scenes.

Each student will be given the opportunity to act in at least one 2-5 minute scene or monologue that spotlights them individually, within the play or production or separately.

Ages Class Level Time
9 - 12Junior ActingThurs. 6:00 - 7:00

JUNIOR ACTING 9 – 12
Junior Acting students will continue to hone their skills by focusing on the basics of acting, while learning to apply more complex ideas. Students will delve further into improvisational acting and movement, and will begin to work with scripts, studying monologues and scenes in small groups. Students will further their ability to create believable characters and stories through acting games and improv exercises.

Term 1: Improv & Character Work
Term 2: Working with a Script
Term 3: The Rehearsal Process

Note: Junior Acting culminates in a final end-of-year invited presentation in June.