Registration is on-going; OPEN THROUGH DECEMBER 2022!
Virtual, one-to-one creative Drama experience
(Scholarship & Payment plans are not available for Play Time)
Ages 5-17 (1st - 12th Grade)
$150 (includes four hours of virtual sessions)
In "Play Time" your youth will be matched with a Teaching Artist and build a unique curriculum of Creative Play and Drama activities geared especially for them. The virtual meeting times and days will be determined by you, for ultimate flexibility, and they are available in monthly cycles throughout the year.
This class features:
Direct connection and interaction with a Teaching Artist.
Conscientious pairing of student and Teaching Artist - to ensure the best match for each student's abilities and interests.
Customized programming for each student, ensuring a completely unique experience.
Content that can be designed to enhance school curriculum.
Note: All PlayTime classes must be completed during the registered month - meaning if you register in October, your schedule must allow for completed project in October.
Build - A - Play!
Ages 6-17 (1st - 12th Grade)
Wednesdays; October 12 - December 7, 2022
(No Class November 23rd)
4:30 - 6:30pm
$150 per student
Classes are in person
Be the writer, director, and performer! Create an original play to be performed at the final session. Engage in creative writing, learn to write a script (analysis and writing), play interactive games and activities to develop your ideas and broaden your performance skills!
With Matrix Teaching Artists as your guides, you will...
Engage in creative writing exercises
Learn to write a script (analysis and writing)
Play interactive games and activities to develop your ideas and broaden your performance skills
Create an original play and perform it at a Showcase
For questions regarding our SOT Programming or to register over the phone, please contact Director of Education, Amy Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-967-0999 x3.
What makes Matrix School of Theatre so UNIQUE?
We focus on the development and empowerment of all people through Theatre!
More than a final performance, our classes focus on the following tenants:
Self-Exploration & Self Confidence
Students express themselves through exploratory activities
Students create original work based on their interests, thereby allowing students the freedom and space to develop and share their individual opinions and voices
Students practice and perform in front of others
Students develop literacy skills through playwriting and free writing exercises
Students engage in partner and group work to build plays and performance pieces
Students build relationships with students they may have never met outside of Matrix
Students examine their communities and their role within them
Students become advocates for change
Contact Director of Education Amy Johnson for more information at (313) 967-0999 ext. 3 or email her here.
Payment plans and need-based financial scholarships are based on availability (except for "Play Time") through the Dr. Shaun S. Nethercott Scholarship Fund. For payment plan and scholarship information, please click here or contact Director of Education, Amy Johnson, at email@example.com or (313) 967-0999 ext. 3.