The nation's largest Theater Academy training program that fosters life skills through stage skills
First Stage Theater Academy fosters life skills through stage skills through classes emphasizing Creative Drama, Stage Movement, Voice and Speech and Scene Study. Summer and school year sessions are held at the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center, the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts and the Oconomowoc Arts Center.
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Serving new and returning students entering grades 6-7 in fall of 2014
Times: 8:45 am–4:15 pm
5th-12th Grade Curriculum
Students will rotate through a core curriculum that explores the fundamental elements of actor training: Acting Theory, Improvisation, Musical Theater, and Shakespeare.
Beginning of Day: Each Academy day begins with a gathering to prepare, share goals, and encourage each other to do our best.
Acting Theory: Explore character, relationships, action and text while developing overall acting skills and confidence.
Improvisation: Develop expressiveness, spontaneity, and train your brain to think quickly and with reason through improvisational character and scene work.
Musical Theater: Increase your versatility and work on new vocal and dance techniques while exploring the art of telling a story through words, music, and movement.
Shakespeare: Examine dynamic language, characters, and plots in scenes and monologues from one of the most influential playwrights in history.
Voice & Movement: Build strength, flexibility, awareness, and expression through a class devoted to the fundamentals of two of the actor’s most important tools.
End of Day: Each Academy day concludes with a gathering to reflect and acknowledge the hard work of fellow students.
Our 2013-14 season offers something for parents, grandparents with preschoolers, high schoolers and every age in between.
Serving over 20,000 students each year, our Theater in Education programs help classroom teachers explore their curriculum in interactive, imaginative and integrated methods.