CSC’s 2012-2013 Groundlings and Groundlings Jr Registrations Now Open

Groundlings
(10th-12th Grade)

What is it?
The Groundlings program was developed to provide 10th- to 12th-grade students the opportunity to learn performance techniques from professional actors while studying Shakespeare and his texts. This 20-week acting-intensive program includes acting method training, text analysis, and instruction in voice and movement. The students are mentored by Artistic Associates Jeremy Dubin and Sara Clark. Instruction takes place at CSC’s theatre on Race Street as the group prepares for a final performance at the conclusion of the class in April. Space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register soon. 

If this is your first year in Groundlings, you will need to audition for the program. Even if you have attended Groundlings JR or Summer Camp in the past YOU MUST AUDITION. Auditions will be held on Sunday August 19. More details are included during registration. After you register, your official time will be emailed to you. Student should prepare a 1 minute Shakespeare monologue (memorization optional).

When are Classes?
Fall 2012 Schedule: Saturdays 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Sep. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10, Dec. 1, 8, 15
Please note: Having a few conflicts should not prohibit your student from participating!

How do I register?
Registration for the 2012-2013 year is now open!
Click here to fill out and submit your registration for Groundlings online!

How much does it cost & how do I pay?
The entire school year of 20 sessions (10 per semester) is $725. You may divide your payments into two payments of $362.50/per semester, although a full-year commitment from the student is required. Instructions on how to pay are provided during the online registration process. You may pay online, by mail or over the phone.

Groundlings Jr
(7th-9th grade)

What is it?
Based on our popular high school ensemble, Groundlings, Groundlings Jr was developed to provide 7th- to 9th-grade students with the chance to learn about the world of theatre from professional actors. This 10-week program includes acting, text analysis, and instruction in voice and movement. There is a Fall and Spring session available each year. Students are encouraged to participate in one or both! The 2011-2012 session will be taught by Resident Ensemble Member and Education Associate Miranda McGee. Instruction takes place at CSC’s theatre on Race Street. Space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible!

If this is your first year in Groundlings Jr., you will need to audition for the program. Even if you have attended Summer Camp in the past YOU MUST AUDITION. Auditions will be held on Sunday August 19. More details are included during registration. After you register, your official time will be emailed to you. Student should prepare a 1 minute Shakespeare monologue (memorization optional).

When are classes?
Fall 2010 Schedule: Sundays 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Dates: Sep. 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14, 28*; Nov. 18* Dec. 2, 9
*Class held from 4-6pm
Please note: Having a few conflicts should not prohibit your student from participating!

How do I register?
Registration for the 2012 Fall section is now open!
Click here to fill out and submit your registration for Groundlings JR online!
You may also call and register over the phone 513.381.2273 x. 3202.

How much does it cost & how do I pay?
Each semester of 10 sessions costs $295.
Instructions on how to pay are provided during the online registration process. You may pay online, by mail or over the phone.

Please don’t hesistate to email miranda.mcgee@cincyshakes.com with questions.

Please note: a completed registration form AND paymnet must be made to hold your spot in Groundlings and/or Groundlings Jr.

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