Take the opportunity to strengthen your performance skills and talent this summer at the Darien Arts Center.
Stay focused and ready for your next performance opportunity with these intensive workshops.

Actors Can Tap- NEWSIES
Monday July 8, 1-3pm, for Grades 5-7   REGISTER
Tuesday July 9, 1-3pm, for Grades 8-10   REGISTER

Learn a tap number from NEWSIES with Kathryn 
Luckstone! Kathryn's choreography for Wilton High
School helped them win Best Musical at this year's
Halo Awards.This is a mixed level class;
modifications will be made for all levels. $40.

Wednesday July 10, 1-3pm for Grades 5-7   REGISTER
Learn a full dance number from the show THE GREATEST SHOWMAN with DAC's Kathryn Luckstone! Kathryn's choreography for Wilton High School helped them win Best Musical at this year's Halo Awards. This class will be a great way to strengthen your theatre dance abilities, boosts confidence and will be a fun time. $40.

Improv for Actors
Tuesday July 16, 1-3pm, for Grades 5-7   REGISTER
Gain the important skills of improv with Theatre Program Director,
Maria Pizzarello. Have a blast with your friends while playing
improv games, devising sketches and LOLing. All levels welcome. $40.

Advanced Acting/Audition prep
Wednesday July 17, 1-3pm, for Grades 8-10   REGISTER
You don't need anything prepared. Theatre Program Director, Maria Pizzarello will lead students through the process of selecting, rehearsing and performing your audition pieces. This two hour session is a great opportunity to strengthen your acting skills and figure out how to calm nerves for auditions. $40.

TWELFTH NIGHT Jr. Camp in partnership with Shakespeare on the Sound 
Grades 7-10
June 24 – July 5, 11:30am-5:30pm, no class July 4

Twelfth Night Jr. is ideal for the budding actor in your family! After creating a supportive and nurturing ensemble through ensemble building activities and theater games, the campers will explore and rehearse a forty-five minute version of Twelfth Night. This version of Twelfth Night will be directly adapted from the script used in Shakespeare on the Sound. 

Campers will learn acting techniques for creating character, the difference between monologue and soliloquy, general stagecraft, and more. This camp promotes artistic self- expression, collaboration, literacy, self-confidence, and self-reliance. July 5, the cast will perform on the Shakespeare on the Sound stage in Rowayton! Tuition: $910