Selah Theatre Project is the NEW residential theatre company at the Youth Development Center.

The Youth Development Center fosters physical, academic and individual growth through community partnerships, engaged staff and a safe sustainable environment. ENGAGE, MOTIVATE, ACTIVATE! Our youth are united in creating and experiencing positive self-worth, character building and life productive knowledge to carry through life. For more information, visit myydc.org

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© 2019 Selah Theatre Project

SELAH THEATRE PROJECT

3 Battaile Dr, Winchester, VA 22601

(540) 662-4564

2020 Classes

Center Stage - Grades 2nd thru 5th

Tuesdays

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

$45 per month

Classes begin February 11, 2020

Students take a step up from to build self-confidence and acting skills while creating characters, constructing scenes, performing scripts and practicing beginning theatre skills.

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WINTER/ SPRING SESSION: Students build their acting skills while exploring the rehearsal process and performing a short play with fellow actors.

Junior Stage - Grades 6th thru 8th

Thursdays

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

$45 per month

Classes begin February 13, 2020

Students take a more in-depth approach to develop acting skills through creating original work, playing with improvisation, and performing short scripts.

 

WINTER SESSION: Students delve into the rehearsal process to build their acting skills while collaborating on the performance of a short scripted play.

Senior Stage - Grades 9th thru 12th

Thursdays

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

$60 per month

Classes begin on February 13, 2020

Students form a solid foundation for acting by learning to prepare the body, mind and voice for performance; exploring improvisation; studying how to approach a script and develop a character; and working as an ensemble. Students explore both monologues and scenes from contemporary theatre.

Drama Workshop - Ages 8 thru 16

Saturdays

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

$150 per participant

Workshop begins on February 15, 2020

Student actors will dive into a positive and educational rehearsal process for their upcoming play, The Little Princess. The process is focused on building acting skills, time management, script memorization and backstage tech. The play will be performed a the conclusion of the workshop which will be open to families and the public.