The Center for Applied Drama and Autism Fall Saturday Class Schedule

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The Center for Applied Drama and Autism Fall Saturday Class Schedule



Fall Classes for youth (ages 8 – 18) begin September 8 thru Nov 17, 2018.
Please note that the studio will be closed Saturday, September 29 as we participate in the Kent State Creativity Festival

Fall 2018 Schedule:

*Spring into Improv!
For all ages and abilities
Saturdays 9:30am – 10:30am
10 weeks, $250
Instructors: Ruben Ryan and Brandon Meeker

Our improv class encourages collaboration, curiosity and creativity. Our instructors create a fun and supportive environment that allow the participants to explore, develop, and succeed using the art of theatre improvisation.

**All the World’s A Stage
Ages 8-13
Saturdays 10:45am – 11:45am
8 weeks, $200
Instructors: Wendy Duke & Laura Valendza

For young people who enjoy role play and acting out stories, with a focus on adventure tales, superheroes and sidekicks, animal trickster tales and a wee bit of Shakespeare!

**Next Stage: Transitions Workshop
Ages 14-18
Saturdays 1:30pm – 2:30pm
10 weeks, $250.00
Instructors: Jordan Euell & Laura Valendza

For young people on the spectrum who are getting ready for a transitional time in their lives, moving from middle school to high school to college to career. Through work on a collaborative theatre project, participants will be rehearsing the skills they will need in real life as well as the stage.

**Girl Power!
Ages 10 – 16
Saturdays 2:45 – 3:45
10 weeks, $250.00
Instructors: TBA

Our Girl Power class will allow girls to develop respect for and understanding of self and others all while having fun participating and developing improvisational skills, characters and scenes specifically designed for girls on the spectrum.

*Inclusive and diverse — for young people of all abilities
**Designed for young people with autism specifically


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