Winter 2018 Schedule:

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


 *Improv for All! 
All ages and abilities!
Saturdays, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
10 weeks - $250.00
Instructors:  Ruben Ryan of Just Go With It Improv and Wendy Duke
Improv games and exercises that promote co-operation, turn-taking, 
collaboration and creative play with favorite characters! This class 
is for all ages and abilities. It covers the basics of improv including 
saying “Yes” to your scene partner, practicing “Give and Take,” and
transforming physically and vocally into multiple characters.



**All the World’s a Stage
Ages 8-13
Saturdays 10:45am - 11:45am
10 weeks, $250
Instructors: 
Elementary through grade 6:  This class will focus on beginning drama
techniques with a lot of emphasis on individual needs in terms of
developing social/emotional/communication skills.  We will  be working 
animal tales, superheroes and sidekicks and other favorite characters to tell 
stories through dramatic play.


**Next Stage: Transitions 
Ages 14-18
Saturdays 1:30pm - 2:30pm
10 weeks, $250
Instructors: Wendy Duke & Laura Valendza
For young people on the spectrum who are getting ready for a transitional 
time in their lives, moving from middle to school to high school to college to 
career. Through work on a collaborative theatre project, participants will be 
rehearsing the skills they will need to use in real life. 


Individual Sessions
All ages & abilities 
Times and costs will vary
Instructor: Laura Valendza, Wendy Duke
Individual sessions can include, but are not limited to, preparation for auditions, 
and coaching in voice and monologue work. Individual drama therapy sessions, 
tailored to the individual’s needs, provide healing and empowerment through 
creative play, narradrama, and other drama therapy techniques.












Classes & Registration  
To enroll in one of our programs, please fill out the  form below,  and we will contact you via email to confirm.  If you are new to our programs, we would love to meet you and your child before the sessions begin.  We have found it is very helpful for young people on the spectrum to get a preview of the people and the space they will be working in.  It makes first day far less stressful for them. 

Parents/guardians of new actors may wait until the end of the first class to make payment, to make sure the child is going to enjoy the experience.  Parents of returning actors do not have to resubmit the form. Notify us of your intent to continue via email to secure a spot in the next session and you may pay on the first day of class or camp.  

Our classes are small by design and space is limited.  
Parent/Guardian Name(s):
Street Address:
Phone number:
​If your child has had any drama/theatre/performing arts experiences, please share:
What social/emotional goals do you have for your child?
Please list any allergies or other conditions we should know about when working with your child:
Please share any special interests or hobbies your child might have:
Email Address:
Select a Class for Winter 2018
Note: classes/workshops may be combined or cancelled depending upon enrollment.
Email Address:
Please list any allergies or other conditions we should know about when working with your child:
​If your child has had any drama/theatre/performing arts experiences, please share:
What social/emotional goals do you have for your child?
Please share any special interests or hobbies your child might have:
Phone number:
Street Address:
Parent/Guardian Name(s):
Student Age:
Student Name:
Winter 2018
December Drop In
Classes held Saturday's 10-11 a.m!​

Winter  Classes
for youth (ages 8 - 18)
Begin Jan 6 through March 10, 2018.

The Next Stage Transitions Workshop (ages 14 - 18) FULL
Improv for All! FULL
Individual Sessions - contact us!
All the World's a Stage (ages 8-14) -- STILL ENROLLING