School of Theatre & Music
The School of Theatre & Music classes and workshops provide all ages with theatre arts training taught by professional artists. These classes follow a sequential program beginning with exploration, developing the tools of an actor (voice, body, and imagination), solidifying acting fundamentals, and offering performance-based opportunities.
We are working hard to make your experience not only fun and creative, but also SAFE! In the School of Theatre & Music we are offering virtual experiences. Once you enroll in the activity of your choice you will receive confirmation via email. That confirmation will be followed by class-specific instructions including space, equipment, or clothing requirements for your activity. If you have additional questions prior to enrolling, or after you have received specific details, PLEASE CALL 785.843.2787 OR EMAIL US WITH QUESTIONS.
Ongoing & Upcoming Events
What is the SYT Internship Program? SYT’s Internship Program is open to 8th-12th graders and … [more]
Flowers are in bloom, the air is getting warmer, and summer is right around the … [more]
Our Latest Theatre & Dance for the Very Young Production, Turns Up the Volume in Interactive Virtual Experience
Hubbub, a Participatory Virtual Performance for 0-6 year olds, opens this Sunday, March 14 and … [more]
Exploratorium! Give your K through 4th grade child the opportunity to explore space, light, and … [more]
The weather outside may be frightful, but kids’ theatre and performance classes at the Arts … [more]
Lawrence Arts Center alums will be center stage next week during the Lawrence School Foundation’s annual … [more]
Thank you to Black Hills Energy for supporting a weekend of youth, education, and theatre! … [more]
This November, you and your 2-6 year old are invited to embark on a raucous … [more]
When Katie Aldritt asked her youth drawing and painting students what they looked forward to … [more]
Announcing The Big One-Oh! Online Edition Cast List Charley…..Tilly Johnson Zombie King…..Lilah Paul … [more]
Local actor Kayla Sandusky believes that being involved in the arts is very important, especially … [more]