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Children

Event Phone: 703-330-2787


Ages 8-18
(2 Hours)  Feb. 24
Mon. 5-7 pm

Get a head start on your next audition with this class on “need-to-know” basics. What is expected? How should you prepare? Learn about building a resume, delivering a monologue, or singing a few bars from your favorite song. Practice cold readings from the script to improve your self-confidence. This class is a must for those who want to try out for their school musical or for next season at Pied Piper Theatre.  For those with audition experience, brush up on your audition skills and improve your chances for getting that “dream role.”

Event Phone: 703-330-2787


Ages 8-18
(2 Hours)  Feb. 26
Wed. 5-7 pm

Get a head start on your next audition with this class on “need-to-know” basics. What is expected? How should you prepare? Learn about building a resume, delivering a monologue, or singing a few bars from your favorite song. Practice cold readings from the script to improve your self-confidence. This class is a must for those who want to try out for their school musical or for next season at Pied Piper Theatre.  For those with audition experience, brush up on your audition skills and improve your chances for getting that “dream role.”

Event Phone: 703-330-2787


Ages 8-18
(2 Hours)  Feb. 27

Thurs. 5-7 pm

Get a head start on your next audition with this class on “need-to-know” basics. What is expected? How should you prepare? Learn about building a resume, delivering a monologue, or singing a few bars from your favorite song. Practice cold readings from the script to improve your self-confidence. This class is a must for those who want to try out for their school musical or for next season at Pied Piper Theatre.  For those with audition experience, brush up on your audition skills and improve your chances for getting that “dream role.”


Ages 5-7
(3 Weeks) Mar. 10-26
Tue. & Thu. 5-6pm

Instructor: John Waldron

Do you provide Mom & Dad with lots of entertainment at home? Then bring your imagination and explore your talents in this adventure into acting! Theatre games and improvisation provide a wealth of new acting skills and self-confidence to budding young actors!


Ages 8-12
(3 Weeks) Mar. 10-26
Tue. & Thu. 6-7pm

Instructor: John Waldron

Got the acting bug? Acting builds on techniques that young actors can learn and practice. In this class, students will learn many techniques so important to auditioning and developing not only acting skills, but self-confidence. This is the young actor's chance to explore audition basics, warm-up routines, script work, improvisation and much more. Action!


Ages 5-7
(6 Weeks) Apr. 14-May 21
Tue. & Thu. 5-6pm

Join this theatre adventure for our youngest actors and actresses as they learn the basics of acting through age-appropriate theatre games. Working together, students will discover the fun of putting on a short production, which they will perform for family and friends on the final day of class.


Ages 8-12
(6 Weeks) Apr. 14-May 21
Tue. & Thu. 6-7:30pm

Students are challenged to create and sustain a role without the pressure of auditioning. This performance workshop provides an opportunity to take the stage while learning acting basics and valuable theatre skills. Family and friends are invited to the final performance!