Clement Kids Drama

Theatre Instruction for Kids

Clement Arts is proud to present Clement Kids Drama — theatre instruction for kids ages 6-8. Join us as we discover the joy of the performing arts and of stories well told.

About the Class

In this 6-week course students will learn boldness and fearlessness through the foundations of theatre, including: artistic movement, improvisation, as well as scene and character work, all with an emphasis on encouraging and building others up. They will grow their current talents while expanding new skills, they will not only find their voices but also learn how to be unafraid of using them in a theatrical setting.

Proceeds from class help support local adoption and foster care.

Clement Kids classes are open to all children in the community.

 

Class Schedule & Location


Ages 6 – 8
October 17 – December 5
Tuesdays, 5:00-6:00 pm
*Class will not meet on October 31 or November 21
*Class is currently full.

Porter Memorial Campus
90 40th Street
Columbus, GA 31904

Pricing & Registration

Registration Fee (per student): $25
*Registration fee must be paid for child’s name to appear on class roster. Registration fee is nonrefundable. An invoice for class will be sent via email once registration form is received.
Monthly* Tuition (per student): $60

*6 weeks in fall semester
10% discount if semester paid up front
10% additional child discount for homeschoolers
10% additional child discount for military
Only one discount available per family. Discounts are not able to be stacked.

Ask about our special offer to foster families – email us at amelia@clement-arts.org.

$5 processing fee for monthly billing (waived if card is enrolled for auto-pay at initial invoice)

Instructor – Hannah Huling

Hannah has loved the performing arts from the moment she set foot in a dance studio at age five. Now a senior in high school, she is studying voice and flute at Columbus State’s Schwob school of music, and is dual enrolled in college classes. She is entering her seventh year as a student at the Springer Theatre Academy, which she considers her second home and source of some of her dearest friends and role models. She spends her summers and part of her school year there taking classes, interning, performing, and participating in Masters Classes. Hannah plans to pursue a career in the arts, whatever form that may take, as long as she ends up somewhere that has a place and need for her personality and gifts. She is thrilled to be able share her heart for theatre with the young talents of Clement Arts!

 

Questions?

For additional class info or billing questions, email amelia@clement-arts.org