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Beginning Acting (Act I)
Saturdays 10a-11a
February 3-May 5
No class week of March 19
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.


Adult Acting - Scene Study taught by Elizabeth Dimon
Mondays 5:30p-7p
February 12 - April 16, 10 weeks (Space is limited. Sign up early!)
Ages: Adults 21and up (Memorization Required)

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.


Musical Theatre Performance
Wednesdays 5p-7p
January 24–May 2 (performance)
No class week of March 19
Ages 8-16

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.


Mondays 4:30p–5:30p
January 22–April 23 (last class showcase)
No class week of March 19
Ages 10 - 14

In this class, we will play lots of great theatre games and exercises where you get to use your imagination and creativity. We will also make-up fun characters, stories, and scenes using skills we will learn from the improv games. This class is about finding your voice on stage, building characters, working as a team, and getting over stage-fright. Everyone gets to work at their own level and have fun! What you learn in improv will surely help with all your acting endeavors!


Yoga with Cara


Yoga for Pain Relief, Strength & Stability 

In this class we will use chairs, as well as, the mat to explore all we can with the practice, developing our awareness one breath at a time. We will do what we can and we will accept that. We will feel invigorated, stimulated, be calmer, stronger and develop a heightened focus.

Come join me!


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


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