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Yoga with Cara

January 10 – ongoing
10-11am Pain Management - Chair Yoga ***Chair Yoga
Yoga is FOR ALL!  Come try practicing yoga with a chair and you will see just how accessible the movements can be and what you can learn to do on your own at home! Let me show you postures that anyone can and should do at every age to maintain and/ improve mental health, strength, flexibility and balance.  Practiced consistently, these movements will help prevent injury, and ease, possibly erase, pain so you can age with grace and dignity. Chair Yoga is open to all! Join me! 


January 12 - ongoing
11am-12pm  Holistic Wellness group
Is this you?: "It is so difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle!" "I'm too busy to bother with my health!" "I suffer from inflammation, IBS and/or have trouble sleeping", "I'm just old, I guess have to put up with it", "Enough already! I am ready for a positive change!" 



* All 'On‐Going' Yoga Classes and Dance for the Stage Classes available for purchase direct thru the Box Office

Dance for the Stage – Alexandra Garcia
Tuesdays 5:30pm – 6:30pm
$15 Buy 4, get the 5th class FREE!
Ages 13+


* All 'On‐Going' Yoga Classes and Dance for the Stage Classes available for purchase direct thru the Box Office


Beginning Acting (Act I)
January 21 - April 22 (showcase)     
No class March 25
Saturdays (13 weeks)
Ages 7 +

This class is designed to prepare students for auditions, performance and life skills – such as confidence, communication (verbal and nonverbal), listening and focusing skills and ability to share ideas creatively. This class is designed for the beginning actor. Students will learn the fundamentals of acting through exercises in imagination, body movement, voice and improv. Students will learn how to perform a monologue and scene work.  Students will perform a showcase on the Lake Worth Playhouse mainstage.


Intermediate Acting (Act II)
January 21 - April 22 (showcase)     
No class March 25
Saturdays (13 weeks)
Ages 8+

This class is designed for actors with limited to intermediate stage experience looking to make their performances more organic and believable. We will explore character and relationships with other characters.  Students will work on monologue preparation as well as scene study. Students will perform on the Lake Worth Playhouse mainstage a showcase of their work for family and friends. All those registering for this class should have some performance experience or have had some kind of beginning acting class.


Advanced Acting (Act III)
January 17 - April 18th
Tuesdays (13 weeks)
Ages 11+

In this class actors will explore in detail three major focus areas: 1) The Mind of the Character: Studying advanced methods of acting and learning how to create Goal-driven characters.  2) The Body of a Character: A step by step approach to fully embodying a character (and how to create a physical "trigger" to snap into character!) 3) The Character as Part of an Ensemble: Developing advanced creative skills to reacting to others in the scene (and in the class) around you.  These three components will be studied in application to each half of the course-- Part 1: Monologues, Part 2: Scene Study.  We will often rely on improvisation to explore concepts before applying them to text. Students must have prior acting experience despite their age.


Musical Theatre Performance
January 18 – April 26      
No class March 22nd
Wednesdays (14 weeks)
5:00pm – 7:00pm

Ages 8-15

Each student will audition, sing, act, dance and perform.  Classes will include not only singing, acting and dancing, but the art of performing on stage, script work, reading music and learning how to audition.  All students will have the opportunity to perform on the Lake Worth Playhouse mainstage on their last class for friends and family.


Adult Monologue & Scene Study – Elizabeth Dimon
January 16 - March 20
Mondays (10 weeks)
5:30pm – 7:00pm

A play is merely made up of scenes. Many scenes, all coming together to form a story. Acting is really listening and really responding and telling that story. Sure it's about finding your light and cheating out and being loud enough and changing costume and sound and lights and everything else. But it's really about listening and responding. And in this class that will be the focus as you work with a scene partner on a scene of your choosing. Start reading some plays, find a scene and bring it to class and let's work on it together.

Why a class focusing on monologues only? Because a monologue is a small scene unto itself. It has a beginning, a middle and an end. And a number of things can happen to you in the course of that one or two minute monologue. And I would love to help you find every one of them. Also, if you are auditioning for anything in the future, most theatres will want you to perform a monologue or two, so let's work on those so you have them ready when you need one! 
Please bring some monologue choices with you. 


Beginning Improv taught by Laura Graham
February 9 - April 20 
Thursdays (10 weeks)
5:00 – 6:00

Ages 7-10


Intermediate Improv taught by Laura Graham
February 9 - April 20 
Thursdays (10 weeks)
6:00 – 7:00

Ages 11 -14



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