Acting is 10% speaking and 90% reacting. Students will work on telling a story and making connections through characters they’ve created by working with scene partners to create and perform original scripts. They will discover what is necessary in building character relationships on stage through dialogue, subtext, reactions, and use of space.
Students will have a small showcase on the last day of class. Class space is limited.
There will be no classes on the weeks of April 5-9 & April 26-30 , 2021
Elm Street is taking extreme measures to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.
We will be adhering to the following procedures:
- screening temperatures upon arrival
- requiring masks during class
- reducing physical contact
- washing hands regularly
- disinfecting spaces after usage
- maintaining social distancing requirements when applicable
- monitoring COVID-19 related symptoms throughout classes
Please be sure to read the Elm Street In-Person Procedures before registering for class. CLICK HERE to see the full Procedures.
Zach has a passion for sharing his love of theatre through education and has been teaching classes at Elm Street since fall of 2019. He gained experience onstage, as well as backstage, at Columbus State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Theatre Education.