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Hopkinton Center for the Arts Educational Online & In-Person Classes

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) offers a wide array of virtual and in-person classes and workshops in the visual arts, music, dance, theater, and ceramics. Programs are provided year round for students of all ages, from pre-K to adult. Our talented artist-instructors provide a welcoming environment for students at all levels, from beginners to advanced students. We will work with you to discover the best class for your needs. At the HCA we beleive the arts are for everybody. If you are in need of financial assistance, please fill out our online scholarship form.

 

NEW! Study and Enrichment Program. For students in grades 2 through 8. Designed to work with the Hopkinton School District's Hybrid school learning plan, with students attending the SEP program on the days they are not in school. The on-site program features small class sizes where students can work on school assignments under adult supervision and have access to enrichment programs in the arts. Find out more about the program here.

 

If a class has started and you wish to join mid-session, please contact the HCA via email at info@hopartscenter.org. If there is room, we can pro-rate your tuition fee based on the number of classes remaining in the session. 

 

Interactive Fall Class Brochure  (PDF)    


Safety Measures and Facility Use Guidelines (reviewed by Hopkinton Board of Health) (PDF)

 

All Programs

E.g., 09/25/2020

09

Sep

09

Jun

Upper Ballet (Weds)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Wednesday

Class Time: 05:00 PM- 06:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space at 98 Hayden Rowe St. (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing). This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12 students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1, 2020), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes.

*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help keep students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be in training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.

September 09 - June 09 (05:00 pm-06:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Wednesday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

09

Sep

09

Jun

Upper Ballet Advance Pointe (Weds)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Wednesday

Class Time: 06:30 PM- 07:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 09 - June 09 (06:30 pm-07:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Wednesday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

10

Sep

17

Jun

Upper Ballet (Thurs)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Thursday

Class Time: 05:00 PM- 06:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 10 - June 17 (05:00 pm-06:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Thursday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

10

Sep

17

Jun

Upper Ballet Interm Pointe (Thurs)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Thursday

Class Time: 06:30 PM- 07:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 10 - June 17 (06:30 pm-07:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Thursday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

11

Sep

18

Jun

Upper Ballet / Variations (Fri)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Friday

Class Time: 06:30 PM- 08:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 11 - June 18 (06:30 pm-08:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Friday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

12

Sep

18

Jun

Upper Ballet: Repertory (Saturday)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Saturday

Class Time: 11:00 AM- 02:00 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 12 - June 18 (11:00 am-02:00 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Saturday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

14

Sep

07

Dec

Actor's Studio for Beginners (Mon)

Grades: 4th-8th

Days: Monday

Class Time: 03:00 PM- 04:30 PM

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SEPTEMBER 14th update: We've combined Intermediate and Beginner Acting into this one class for this Fall 2020 session.

This acting class is great for the beginner performer (with less than two years acting class experience). Students will study the techniques of theatre while building foundational acting skills and theatre vocabulary. Students will explore theatre through games, monologues, scene work, character building, and improvisation. The final day of class will feature a showcase.

12 classes. Instructor: Maureen Regan. For grades 4th – 8th. Limited to 8 students on-site. The HCA is open to offering students the opportunity to Zoom into the live class from the comfort of their home. Please reach out to us to request a virtual connection to any on-site class by emailing us at info@hopartscenter.org.

September 14 - December 07 (03:00 pm-04:30 pm)
4th-8th
10-14
Monday
Maureen Regan
General Price: $300 | Member Price: $285

14

Sep

14

Jun

Upper Ballet Contemporary (Mon)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Monday

Class Time: 05:00 PM- 06:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 14 - June 14 (05:00 pm-06:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Monday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

14

Sep

07

Dec

Teen Broadway Jazz and Hip Hop

Grades: 6th-12th

Days: Monday

Class Time: 06:00 PM- 07:00 PM

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Set to age appropriate popular music of today, students will do a warm up inspired by classic broadway styles. Isolations, laterals, stretches, and across the floor progressions are all introduced. Center work, across the floor progressions, and choreographed combinations will also introduce movements based on hip hop style. The movements and music of each class will leave students feeling happy and energized. 12 classes.

If the session has already started and you wish to do a "drop-in" option or join the remaining class in the session, please send an email with the request to info@hopartscenter.org. The HCA is open to offering students the opportunity to take a parallel class virtually from the comfort of their home. Please reach out to us to request a virtual connection to any on-site class by emailing us at info@hopartscenter.org.

September 14 - December 07 (06:00 pm-07:00 pm)
6th-12th
12-18
Monday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $200 | Member Price: $190

14

Sep

14

Jun

Upper Ballet - Advanced Pointe (Mon)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Monday

Class Time: 06:30 PM- 07:30 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 14 - June 14 (06:30 pm-07:30 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Monday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

15

Sep

24

Nov

Wheel Throwing - Tue afternoon

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Tuesday

Class Time: 04:00 PM- 06:00 PM

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SOLD OUT as of 8/28/20. If you'd like to be placed on a waitlist if a last minute opening comes up, please send an email to info@hopartscenter.org

This class is perfect for beginners who want to learn to use a pottery wheel. Continuing students refine their wheelthrowing skills and expand their knowledge of decorating techniques. Tuition includes 25 lbs. of clay, glazes, and firing. Final projects will be ready several weeks after the class. Instructor Hana Reilly. Tuesdays - 10 classes. No class on Election Day. Please note that under Massachusetts Covid-19 guidelines, masks must be worn in the ceramics studio at all times. Class size is limited to 4 people.

September 15 - November 24 (04:00 pm-06:00 pm)
5th-12th
10-17
Tuesday
Hana Reilly
General Price: $340 | Member Price: $323

15

Sep

08

Jun

Upper Ballet (Tues)

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Tuesday

Class Time: 05:30 PM- 07:00 PM

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Note: the Upper ballet program classes will take place at the HCA Performance Space (at least through 2020 to allow for greater distancing) This program is based on a 36-week academic year calendar. Placement in this class is required for all new students. 

Registration for this class WILL ONLY INVOLVE A DEPOSIT AT THIS TIME to hold a dancer’s spot in the class (limit 12students per class). Once a student’s full weekly class schedule is settled based on their registrations (no later than September 1st), the final tuition will be determined relative to the total number of class hours registered per week. Payment installment plans are available. For more information, inquire with the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

Intermediate marks the start of pointe* classes for dancers as well as increased study of pirouettes, adagio, and allegro. Training for advanced students continues its focus on alignment and proper technique while preparing students for pre-professional and professional training options through. Both Intermediate and Advanced students are introduced to the world of classical ballet repertory as well as contemporary movement and improvisation through a weekly contemporary class. Intermediate and advanced students are also exposed to historical dance, character dance, modern, jazz, Pilates, and Alexander Technique by weekly classes, workshops, or master classes. (*Students will be placed en pointe when the faculty deems the student ready. Health and safety are a priority with a goal to help students dance injury free for a lifetime. Students must be training a minimum of three days each week to be placed en pointe.)

September 15 - June 08 (05:30 pm-07:00 pm)
5th-12th
11-17
Tuesday
Jessica Wilson
General Price: $50 | Member Price: $50

16

Sep

16

Dec

Playwriting 101 for teens

Grades: 6th-12th

Days: Wednesday

Class Time: 03:00 PM- 04:30 PM

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Do you love to create your own stories? Do you dream of seeing your work performed on stage or film? This course will give you the tools to organize your story ideas on paper and help you discover and develop your unique voice for playwriting. The HCA will offer the opportunity for students in this class to produce a staging of their completed scene/script with student actors in our Winter session.

For grades 6th - 12th. Instructor Maureen Regan. 12 classes. Limited to 8 on-site at the HCA. This class can be supported remotely if a parent prefers their child to take the class via Zoom. If you wish your child to participate via Zoom, please email the HCA at info@hopartscenter.org

September 16 - December 16 (03:00 pm-04:30 pm)
6th-12th
12-18
Wednesday
Maureen Regan
General Price: $300 | Member Price: $285

17

Sep

19

Nov

Wheel Throwing -Thu afternoon

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Thursday

Class Time: 04:30 PM- 06:30 PM

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SOLD OUT as of 8/28/20. If you'd like to be placed on a waitlist if a last minute opening comes up, please send an email to info@hopartscenter.org

Learn to use a pottery wheel! Beginners will learn to form clay on the wheel and apply surface decoration. Continuing students welcome. Class includes demonstrations and personal instruction. Tuition includes clay, glazes, and firing. Thursdays - 10 classes. Instructor Cheska Kommisar. Please note that under Massachusetts Covid-19 guidelines, masks must be worn in the ceramics studio at all times. Class size is limited to 4 people.

September 17 - November 19 (04:30 pm-06:30 pm)
5th-12th
10-17
Thursday
Cheska Komissar
General Price: $340 | Member Price: $323

18

Sep

11

Dec

Teen Ballet

Grades: 6th-12th

Days: Friday

Class Time: 05:00 PM- 06:00 PM

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Teen Ballet is designed for the student who is a beginner to dance and/or has been away from dance for a few years. The focus of this class will be to correct posture, increase flexibility, gain strength and learn the vocabulary of ballet. This environment allows students to gain confidence and build self-esteem. 12 classes.

If the session has already started and you wish to do a "drop-in" option or join the remaining class in the session, please send an email with the request to info@hopartscenter.org. The HCA is open to offering students the opportunity to take a parallel class virtually from the comfort of their home. Please reach out to us to request a virtual connection to any on-site class by emailing us at info@hopartscenter.org.

September 18 - December 11 (05:00 pm-06:00 pm)
6th-12th
12-18
Friday
Theresa Kniaz
General Price: $200 | Member Price: $190

19

Sep

21

Nov

Wheel Throwing - Sat AM

Grades: 5th-12th

Days: Saturday

Class Time: 09:30 AM- 12:30 PM

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SOLD OUT as of 8/28/20. If you'd like to be placed on a waitlist if a last minute opening comes up, please send an email to info@hopartscenter.org

This class is perfect for beginners who want to learn to use a pottery wheel. Continuing students refine their wheelthrowing skills and expand their knowledge of decorating techniques. Tuition includes 25 lbs. of clay, glazes, and firing. All final projects will be ready to be picked up several weeks after the class ends. Instructor: Hana Reilly. Saturdays - 10 classes. Please note that under Massachusetts Covid-19 guidelines, masks must be worn in the ceramics studio at all times. Class size is limited to 4 people.

September 19 - November 21 (09:30 am-12:30 pm)
5th-12th
10-17
Saturday
Hana Reilly
General Price: $450 | Member Price: $427.5

24

Sep

03

Dec

Teen Actors Studio

Grades: 8th-12th

Days: Thursday

Class Time: 05:00 PM- 06:30 PM

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The objective of this class is to allow beginner and intermediate teen (high school) actors a chance to explore the art of acting in a judgment-free, team-oriented way. You will learn terminology, how to break down a scene, and learn the tools to help you build a character from within. We will explore different methods of acting through scene work and character development. The class will work toward a showcase for the final class however the emphasis for this class is the work. This class is for the serious student. Students will "audition" during the first class for placement purposes. There will be work required outside of class.

10 classes. Limited to 6 students in studio to allow for social distancing. The HCA is open to offering students the opportunity to Zoom into the live class from the comfort of their home. Please reach out to us to request a virtual connection to any on-site class by emailing us at info@hopartscenter.org.

Instructor: Jere Shea is a Tony-nominated actor and performer who was most recently seen in the Ben Affleck and Matt Damon-produced Showtime program "City on a Hill". For a complete list of Jere Shea's credits, go to JereShea.com

September 24 - December 03 (05:00 pm-06:30 pm)
8th-12th
13-18
Thursday
Jere Shea
General Price: $250 | Member Price: $237.5

03

Oct

Acting for the Camera Workshop

Grades: 8th-12th

Days: Saturday

Class Time: 10:00 AM- 02:00 PM

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This on-site one day workshop will take students through the foundational techniques for acting on screen (TV/film). We'll cover scaling of performance, prepping for TV/film auditions, point of focus, preparation for shooting day, and more.

Limited to 6 students on site for social distancing purposes. Bring a snack/lunch and water bottle.

Instructor: Jere Shea is a Tony-nominated actor and performer who was most recently seen in the Ben Affleck and Matt Damon-produced Showtime program "City on a Hill". For a complete list of Jere Shea's credits, go to JereShea.com

October 03 - October 03 (10:00 am-02:00 pm)
8th-12th
13-18
Saturday
Jere Shea
General Price: $100 | Member Price: $95

20

Oct

23

Jan

ESL Theater Production: Wingin' It (5–8 grade)

Grades: 5th-8th

Days: Monday, Saturday

Class Time: 06:00 PM- 08:00 PM

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Enter Stage Left Theater, the resident community theater of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts will produce for its winter production Wingin' It

Grades:

58: Please note that the cast is limited to 22 students. 

 

Rehearsal Details

Rehearsals in small groups at Saturdays 1 pm – 3 pm and Mondays 6:30 - 8 pm beginning in November and running through early January (except for holiday weeks). Not all students will be called for every rehearsal. 

 

Performances:

The final production will be streamed live or pre-recorded for viewing in January 2021 (exact dates TBD).  

 

Production fee: 

$300. A souvenir show t-shirt and link to the final recorded performance is included.

 

Audition Process: 

Complete a Google audition form online https://forms.gle/VHj3EAvzguj6Hsgv5

 

The window to submit the video audition is October 20 - October 23, 2020All registered students will be cast in the show. The audition is meant to determine which role(s) the student will receive.

 

Students may choose for their audition to perform any monologue (preferably a comedic one). Registered students will receive a list of monologues to select, but students are free to use a different one. Whatever they choose should be memorized.

 

Record and send a link of your child's video audition via email to 

esltheater@hopartscenter.org.  It's best to not email an MP4 file, but rather provide a shareable link of the recording via Google, Vimeo, YouTube, etc.

 

Synopsis: 

From the day we're hatched to the day we spread our wings and fly on our own, there are requisite, riotous rites of passage that must be experienced. This collection of humorous scenes explores the innocent squawk of infancy, the terrible twos, the treacherous teens, and everything in between.

 

There are survival courses on how to handle any kind of baby-sitter - from the perfect to the perfectly insane. There are tactics for dealing with those who endeavor to shape, stretch and warp our minds and bodies - like gym teachers, substitute teachers, and those cafeteria culinary queens, the "Little Lunch Ladies." From the angst of adolescence and part-time jobs to the dangers of driver's ed. and dealing with the dreaded kid sister, this is a hilarious, high-flying adventure. Whether you're a feather short of adulthood or have a bird's-eye view of growing up, this play soars with laughter.

 

October 20 - January 23 (06:00 pm-08:00 pm)
5th-8th
10-13
Monday, Saturday
General Price: $300 | Member Price: $285

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