You are invited to join us for class the last week of each session. This is a time to share what we are working on with you. Class time remains the same but YOU are invited to join us during the following times:
This is a week before the session ends because we have our Halloween parties the next week.
Monday, October 22nd
7th & 8th (Monday class only) 5:00-5:30- stage
High School 4:30-5:00 -stage
Tuesday, October 23rd
K-2nd – 4:45-5:05-studio (328 N. Fuller Ave)
3rd & 4th – 5:05-5:30 – stage
Wednesday, October 24th
K-2nd- 4:45-5:05 – studio (328 N. Fuller Ave)
5th & 6th – 5:05-5:30 – stage
“48 Hours to Curtain” – 4:30-4:45 – stage
Thursday, October 25th
7th & 8th (Thursday class only) – 5:05-5:30-stage
Words by Kids – 4:45-5:05 – stage
Session 2 begins November 5th
You can sign up online or call the office and register by phone.
Halloween Parties at Grandstreet
The week of October 29th (Monday) through Nov 1st we will be celebrating Halloween at Theatre School. Please wear your costume to class for our annual Halloween parade and be prepared to play Halloween games.
October 25th please eat at Taco Johns!
We get 50 % of the profits – here is the coupon
Taco Johns Fundraiser Form
Stop at the Crooked Furrow for an adult beverage! Get prepped for Halloween.
Buffalo Wild Wings on December 5th
120518 WHL Grandstreet Theater School Coupon
The Junior Theatre Festival cast is selling Butter Braids for a fundraiser to help cover the cost of our trip to Sacramento. You can download the form and send us your order, call the box office or order from a cast member.
Order by October 26th
Delivery on November 7th.
These are really delicious and easy to prepare!
Butter Braids Butter Braids order form
This unique class is designed to promote social skills (pragmatics) through the fun and powerful medium of theatre. The participants are provided an opportunity to learn and practice age-appropriate social skills and work on the fundamentals of acting.Theatre activities are used to teach emotion recognition and expression, non-verbal behaviors and gestures, listening skills, eye contact, conversation skills, strategies to handle social situations, and critical social skills. The theatre is a safe place for individuals to try new things and to make mistakes they can learn from. Theatre is fun, motivating, and highly structured.
The class will be led by a licensed speech-language pathologist and theatre professional. It is geared for those with social communications issues including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and other social deficits, but all abilities are welcomed!
The first session begins Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Tuesdays from 3:45-5:15
Here is a sample resume for those of you wondering about a good format.
Beware of some common mistakes:
1. Grandstreet is one word (not Grand Street)
2. List your shows with the most recent at the top
3. Don’t list a category if you have no experience (i.e commercials, film)
4. Remember to list your special abilities and make sure you can actually do those things.
These are the final dress rehearsals for our main stage shows. Currently enrolled theatre school students are invited to watch with the understanding that the show is not quite finished. It is a great learning opportunity for all the students. Not all of the shows are age appropriate and we will let you know, however, we feel it’s important for the students to see as much live theatre as possible and are open to discussion about all of the productions. Please click on the link and read the description of each show. No parents or family members are invited.
Every Brilliant Thing, Tuesday, Sept. 4, @7:30
Treasure Island, Thursday, October 18 @ 7:30
Silent Sky, Thursday, January 24 @7:30
Book of Will, Thursday, January 31 @7:30
Bridges of Madison County, Thursday, April 26 @7:30