Class Act I: August 6-11, 2018 - Limited Spaces available! (Scholarships Available)
Class Act Mini Camp: August 11, 2018 - Limited Spaces available!

Class Act II: August 13-18, 2018 - Limited Spaces available!(Scholarships Available)

Registration begins June 12th and ends July 31st.

CLASS ACT I

A week-long intensive designed to allow students ages 12-18 the opportunity to develop their dramatic skills and appreciation for theatre with hands-on experience of every artistic aspect of it.
9:00 am – 12:00 Noon: Daily classes taught by Great Lakes Bay Area theatre professionals!

  • Scenic Design & Set Building
  • Costume Design
  • Stage Management
  • Lighting Design
  • Scenic Painting
  • Marketing and Promotions
  • Hair & Makeup
  • Props
  • Sound Design
  • Producing & Unsung Heroes of Theatre
  • Playwriting

1:00 – 4:00 pm: Daily rehearsals for an original production adapted & directed by Laura Brigham

Saturday, August 11th @ 3:15pm: PUBLIC PERFORMANCE!

Lunch and snacks provided daily

$75 per student

REGISTER HERE


Class Act - A Mini Youth Theatre Workshop

A one-day mini-camp designed to allow students ages 4-11 the opportunity to see a production, ask questions, and partner with students from the older group for a hands-on experience with several different design departments in the theatre. The children will be featured in the play that will be presented later that afternoon.

  • 12:00 Noon: Check-in & Theatre Games
  • 12:45pm: Class Act Performance & Talk Back with Students
  • 2:30pm: Rehearse for Final Performance
  • 3:15pm: PUBLIC PERFORMANCE!

$25 per student

REGISTER HERE


CLASS ACT II

Building upon the fundamentals learned in Class Act I, Class Act II is a more advanced, week long intensive focusing on the crafts of acting, directing and producing. For ages 14-19, Class Act II students must have taken Class Act I at least once in the last 3 years or be registered for Class Act I this year. Students interested in Class Act II who have not taken Class Act I and are unable to this year may e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be put on a waiting list for the opportunity to apply for a spot in the camp.

9am-12pm Classes taught by theatre professionals from the Great Lakes Bay Region and beyond!

One act plays directed by the students

Saturday, August 18th @ 3:15pm: PUBLIC PERFORMANCE!

Lunch and snacks provided daily

$75 per student

REGISTER HERE

Pit and Balcony Theatre’s Youth Theatre Workshop is made possible through grants from Saginaw Community Foundation

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This Season's Sponsors

Saginaw Community Foundation

Glastender

Bierlien

TriStar Trust Bank

Chemical Bank

Fralias

The Listening Room

Covenant Visiting Nurses Association

Sponsor saginawArts

Sponsor MCACA


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Under the stewardship of volunteers and sponsors like you, the theatre has maintained its integrity, standard of excellence in play selections, and stellar theatrical moments for our community. Seating for 280 allows for an intimate theatre experience. For many residents, seeing a play at Pit and Balcony Theatre is the only theatrical experience they will ever have. But you are a huge part of our 86 year heritage, and we need your help. Consider being a sponsor or even donate to our cause.

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