The JCC offers opportunities for children to culturally enrich their lives, specifically on the stage. These youth theatre classes are perfect for anyone stepping on stage for the very first time or for the seasoned performer, looking for another opportunity to shine. Theatre classes are proven to be good for physical, artistic, personal, and social development, as well as increased self-confidence. For more information on any youth theatre programs, contact Rachel Rustin at 210-302-6969.
|Does your child have an active imagination and enjoy putting on plays or performing for you and the family? If yes, then Drama Rama is the class for your budding performer. For ages 3 through Pre-K|
|Youth this age have imagination to spare! What better way to express themselves than on stage in the spotlight. This class is great preparation before heading to our Nova Youth Troupe! For Youth in grades K-1|
NOVA exposes young performers to the fun of acting, singing, and dancing in a friendly environment. It is a great program to help students prepare for our more intense STARZ Youth Performance Troupe! NOVA is open to JCC Members in second through fourth grade. Rehearsals are held Fridays from 4:30pm to 5:45pm in the Dance Studio. Performances take place at the end of each semester in the Holzman Auditorium.
JCC Member-Exclusive Class, for Youth in grades 2-4. Registration typically begins in August and December each year.
|STARZ is a great continuation of our Nova Youth Performance Troupe, giving young performers the opportunity to further develop their acting, singing, and dancing skills in a friendly environment. Whether you are interested in trying out theatre for the first time, or you are experienced on stage, STARZ is the group for you! Our STARZ Youth Performance Troupe is for students in fifth through twelfth grades. Students enroll for the semester's production and auditions are held at the first meeting. Rehearsals take place Fridays from 4:30-5:45pm and Sundays from 2-5pm. The semester culminates with three performances over two days in the Sheldon Vexler Theatre.|