Theatre Classes with Broadway Stars
The Cape Playhouse is currently enrolling students for our 2018 Summer Acting Classes!
You can now enroll your children in one of our week-long or new three-Day sessions and empower them with the opportunity to learn in the same space where stars such as Shirley Booth, Bernadette Peters, Bette Davis and Henry Fonda performed. Our unique approach to theatre classes affords your child the opportunity to work alongside top industry professionals from Broadway and beyond!
The Cape Playhouse Theatre classes offer theatrical training to students ages 6-18 in a fun, kind and nurturing environment. No prior experience or specific skill level is required. All are welcome.
Each of our week-long programs will offer a variety of workshops, including acting, improvisation, Shakespeare, musical theater, singing for the actor, directing, scenic elements, script writing, and more!
Dates for our Week Long Classes are:
- June 25 – 29, 9am – 12pm, Ages 6-9
- July 9 – 13, 10am-2pm, Ages 10-13
- July 16 – 20, 9am – 12pm, Ages 6-9
- July 30- August 3, 10am-2pm, Ages 10-13
- August 13 – 17, 10am-2pm, Ages 14-18
All week-long classes are $180 and are filled on a first come, first serve basis.
Dates for our NEW Three-Day Classes are:
- July 5-7, 9am-12pm, Ages 6-9
- July 25-27, 10am-2pm, Ages 14-18
All 3-day classes are $120 and are filled on a first come, first serve basis.
To register, please email email@example.com. A limited number of financial-based scholarships are available for those that qualify.
Michelle Kazanowski (Director of Education) is a theatre artist and educator based out of the Boston area. In the past, she has worked with students through the California Shakespeare Theater Conservatory, “Theater Plus!” in Marshfield, as well as through several public schools in Vermont. Recently, as a teaching artist and facilitator, she helped to build the “Creative Outlets” program through the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Her past theatrical work has taken her through New England, California, and to Florence, Italy. Michelle is a graduate of Saint Michael’s College (Vermont), where she studied Theatre Arts with concentrations in Acting & Directing. Currently she is an Arts Management graduate student through the Arts Extension Service at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. This is Michelle’s fourth season with The Cape Playhouse, where she began as an intern. This is her second season serving as Director of Education.
The Cape Playhouse Education Program is made possible by generous support by The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod.