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Category Archives: Education
Photographer: BWL Photography American Stage Education is proud to offer acting classes for youth ages 5-18. With a focus on developing the student’s performance skills, creativity, and self-confidence we have classes for the beginning actor as well as for advanced … Continue reading
For the first time in the Tampa Bay Area, American Stage is offering a unique program specializing in the art of long form improvisation training and performance. The program is divided into four sections and will guide participants through the … Continue reading
Things are buzzin’ around here at American Stage. There are two shows running on the Main Stage. When The World Was Green (A Chef’s Fable) by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin is a hauntingly lyrical memory play about an old man – … Continue reading
American Stage is proud to partner with Publix in support of our education programming. The presentation of a check for $8,000 occurred on August 13th on the set of The Foreigner. Publix will enter the 2012/13 season as both the … Continue reading
American Stage’s Gala Under the Stars, our signature fundraising event, is held annually on the opening night of our American Stage in the Park production in Demens Landing Park. This year at Gala, we are proud to bring you The … Continue reading
At American Stage, our summer theatre programs are designed to create opportunities for children and teens while providing them with the confidence and skills needed to excel onstage and beyond. Our programs are for both beginners as well as for … Continue reading
This series will consist of multiple workshops designed to help professionals and civic leaders who want to edge out the competition and communicate with dynamism and authenticity in the career marketplace. These dynamic, interactive workshops will integrate principles of performance with real life business … Continue reading
Seven Guitars cast members, Alan Bomar Jones and Joshua Reese, took time out of their day to speak to drama students at JW Mitchell High School about the play and about life as professional actors. The students attended one of … Continue reading
Meg Heimstead, director of education, accepts a Top Apple Award from Mayor Foster for the drama club and playwriting work that American Stage does with local “A” schools or schools that improved their letter grades this year. American Stage school … Continue reading
We would like to give a special ‘thank you’ to the Community Foundation of Greater St. Petersburg for supporting our School Tour production of THE ADVENTURES OF STUART LITTLE with a $2,500 grant. This year, more than 18,000 children will … Continue reading