Classes at the Theatre

Classes and workshops are offered on a rotating basis in:

  • Acting 

  • Playwriting 

  • Auditioning 

  • Devising Solo Shows 

  • Alexander Technique​ 

  • Laban Characters

  • Shakespeare

  • Voice


Please sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Twitter to learn the upcoming classes and auditions as they are scheduled. Private classes are also offered on an ongoing basis. See our teachers for more information.

Write a Ten-Minute Play in July - 2015
with Peter Papadopoulos 


(Monday nights from 6:30-9:00pm)


Over four Monday nights we’ll utilize inspiration exercises, study form, learn some basic theatre tools that will take you from that frightening empty page to a completed ten-minute play before you know it.


This class is all levels and is appropriate for solo and sketch performers. Please bring a computer or pen and paper to write with.


In just one short month of Mondays you will have completed a short play!


More information

Act Shakespeare the Easy Way - September 2015
with Peter Papadopoulos 


(Monday nights from 6:30-9:00pm)


Forget any of the intimidating ideas you've heard about acting Shakespeare. In this class we'll practice some simple techniques that will have you enjoying acting the verse in no time!


Over four Monday nights you will:

-Learn a simple way to analyze the verse 
-Master several classical acting tools
-Understand how to uncover Shakespeare’s intention
-Thoroughly rehearse a monologue
-Briefly rehearse a short scene

The class meets the first four Mondays in June from 6:30-9pm at Mojo Theatre in San Francisco. Just 1 block from 16th St. BART.

More information coming soon!


with Peter Papadopoulos


Learn to command your text with power and ease in this workshop that will leave you confident and fully prepared the next time you engage a new acting or speaking script.


In this 3-hour workshop you will:


*Learn to identify and effectively play the keywords in your text.

*Master techniques that will enhance your use of rhythm and sound in your speech. 

*Understand how to use visualization to increase the power and color of your storytelling.

*Comprehend active communication through your use of speech.


 Words are Weapons - Act Your Text with Power (returning soon)

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