VIRTUAL SUMMER CLASSES - Dallas Theater Center
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We’re excited to be offering virtual summer classes online to age groups 7-9, 10-12, and Teens! A diverse collective of creative professionals will guide your young theater artists.

Virtual classes will be held over two weeks beginning Monday, July 27, and are available by topic for just $40.

All-class passes and other purchase options are also available.

For more information please email

with Rachel Poole,
Theater Professional
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This workshop will give participants the tools to enter the theater industry and college theater programs as theater professionals. Students will learn best ways to organize their music, edit and refine their resumes, and make connections with guest artists. We will also cover ways to prep for college auditions and applications. At the end of this class, students will have their own portfolio of music, videos, resources and contacts in the industry and a basic professional website.  


  • Mon-Wed-Fri,  9-10:30am, 90 minutes

Medium: Zoom Conferencing and Email

Cost: $40

with Imani Thomas,
Social Media Coordinator
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Learn the necessary skills to produce a podcast, including research, interviewing, script-writing, recording, editing, and distributing. By the end of this program, students will be able to conceptualize, produce, and distribute their own podcasts!


  • Lab, Mon-Wed-Fri,  1-2:30pm, 90 minutes
  • Virtual Class, Tue-Thu 1-2:30pm, 90 minutes

Medium: Zoom Conferencing and Email

Cost: $40

with Karine Fleurima,
Arts Professional
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While incorporating Afrofuturistic themes, students will explore world-building and character development in this Playwriting/Creative Writing course. The course will result in the culmination of mini one-act plays that students will present online.



  • Mon-Wed-Fri,  2:30-3:30pm, 60 minutes

Medium: Zoom Conferencing and Email

Cost: $40


with Tiffany Solano DeSena,
Diane and Hal Brierley Resident Acting Company member
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This class will include dos and don’ts to prepare you for a positive and memorable audition experience. You will research and select audition materials (monologues and songs) that reflect your strengths as a performer. Be prepared to perform and make suggested adjustments (take direction) and also sharpen “cold reading” skills through scene work. Building your confidence in audition technique.

This workshop includes a mock audition with Sarahbeth Grossman, Artistic Producer and Ally Beans, CSA / Casting Director.

  • Mon thru Fri,  3:30-5pm, 90 minutes

Medium: Zoom Conferencing and Email

Cost: $40