Indian Valley Theatre is taking registrations for its two Summer Theatre Workshops. With these sessions, IVT offers children of all ages a fun, safe and rewarding atmosphere to learn about theater and build confidence.
Families interested in learning more before registering are invited to come to a Workshop Meet and Greet at the Sandwich Opera House Community Room from 6 to 8 p.m. April 26 and 1 to 4 p.m. May 4. Parents and students can meet the teachers, tour the Opera House, and ask questions before registering for the workshop.
Now in its 30th year, IVT’s Children’s Theatre Workshop will be held June 10 through June 22 (Monday through Friday) and is for students entering first grade in the fall through eighth grade. The cost for the two-week program is $80 per student. This year’s show will be “The Sasparilla Kid and the Bally Hoo Belle Gang,” a play written by Alethia Hummel. Complete with heroes, villains and tumbleweeds, every child is cast in a part adapted to fit their specific talents and needs that allow them to explore, imagine, create and have fun through the world of theater arts.
The high school program, “One Act Wonders Acting Workshop,” will be held June 17 through June 21 and is for students entering high school in the fall through graduated seniors. The cost for the one-week program is $60 per student. Students will rehearse and prepare a variety of theatrical pieces, both comedic and dramatic.
The registration deadline for both workshops is June 3, but classes fill up quickly. Registration can be made via mail or online. Complete information is available at www.indianvalleytheatre.com. All classes and performances are held at the Sandwich Opera House.