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 playwrighting 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 available through the Dr. Shaun S. Nethercott Scholarship Fund. For payment plan and scholarship information, please contact Director of Education Amy Johnson at (313) 967-0999 ext. 3 or email her here.
Customized one-on-one programming
Ages 8-17 (3rd - 12th Grade)
4 hours of virtual one-on-one theatre based programming
Offered every month starting in October
"Play Time" is a monthly individualized creativity program with one-on-one activities with a Teaching Artist designed for each child. Even the time and day are individualized! New classes offered each month through December and possibly longer.
This class features:
Customized and built for each student individually to give them a completely unique experience
Content can be designed to enhance school curriculum
Ultimate schedule flexibility, families and Teaching Artists create the session days and times
Teaching Artist matching - meaning the student's abilities and interests will be paired with the Teaching Artist's strengths and experience
Direction connection and interaction with Teaching Artist
For questions or to register over the phone please contact Director of Education, Amy Johnson at 313-967-0999 x3 or email@example.com