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Grow at the Garden!

Photo: Steven Miller Photography

Garden Theatre’s education courses are designed to build confidence, strengthen communication skills, develop imagination and create a sense of community through collaboration. With year-round classes for students of all ages, the Garden Theatre has something for everyone! Camps and classes are taught by theatre professionals, and are designed to meet the needs of all levels of experience. 

Fall classes begin October 2! 
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Youth Classes
An arts education is fundamental to any child’s success. This fall, students grades 1 – 3 will spend Saturday morning discovering the world of puppetry! Working with a professional puppeteer, students will learn about different puppet styles and how to construct and perform puppets of their own creation.  

Teen Classes
New this year, Garden Theatre will host a series of workshops designed for teens interested in an in-depth view of theatre production and performance, from auditioning with monologues and songs, choreography, writing, and more.  

Photo: Steven Miller Photography

Adult Classes
Parents: have your own night at the Garden! At Friday Night Improv, students will learn the basic skills of improv and have fun developing their spontaneity, playfulness, imagination, and confidence. Improv is an essential skill for any actor, and it’s a useful one for life!  

Production Camps 
These year-round performance-based programs provide an opportunity for young theatre enthusiasts to perform on the Garden Theatre stage. Production Camps are directed and designed by theatre professionals and feature sets, costumes, lighting, and sound. This fall, students grades 3 – 9 will work to produce and perform Matilda the Musical Jr. in conjunction with the Garden’s mainstage show. 

Summer Camps
Garden Theatre is proud to offer a variety of summer camps each year. Age-appropriate camps are designed for grades 1 – 12, offering a range of programs that develop skills and build confidence. 

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