Fall Classes 2019Dive into the world of theatre arts with Berkeley Playhouse’s award-winning program. Start your dramatic exploration with our performance classes or hone your skills in our skills based training programs. All classes end with a final showing for family and friends!
About Our Fall Classes
This September-December, join us for our 10 to 12-week classes for grades PreK-9! Once-a-week performance classes, twice-a-week performance Core, or once-a-week skill-building options are available! Read on for themes, and find detailed info, including dates and times, further below.
Performance-Based ClassesThe Music Man: Grab your trombone and join us for this camp inspired by the legendary Broadway musical, packed full of quirky characters, barbershop quartets and one-of-a-kind moments.
Skill-Building ClassesBroadway Dancing: Explore a variety of theater dance styles used in Broadway repertory! Students of all levels will study basic to intermediate techniques, how to use their body to convey character and emotion while dancing, as well as lots of FUN choreography that will help them audition for shows and improve their dance skills!
Broadway Singing: Designed to help hone vocal performance skills, this all-singing class is a great opportunity for beginners and seasoned performers alike to learn basic to intermediate techniques, as well as how to properly use their voice to convey character and emotion while performing a song. The final performance will include songs that feature each student in addition to group numbers.
Triple Threat + Audition Showcase: This class will focus on honing each young actor's audition skills in singing, dancing, and acting. At the end, each actor will present a mock audition and will receive feedback from the artistic leadership at Berkeley Playhouse before presenting the showcase to friends and family.
What is Core Class?Core, for grades 3-6, introduces experienced performers to intermediate/advanced movement, vocal technique, character development and more. Students work twice a week to put on a final showing on the professional stage. We recommend that students take at least two non-core classes prior to enrolling. For acceptance into this class, students must submit an application.
Please click here for the core application.