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Youth Classes

NEW! Monday Madness at GET

Talented Toddlers (2 & 3 year olds)

4:15-5:00 p.m.
Fall: Three four-week sessions:
August 22-September 19 (no class on 9/5/16)
September 26-October 17
October 24-November 14, 2016

Winter/Spring: Three four-week sessions:
January 9-30
February 6-27
March 6-20, 2017

Every Monday, we take a creative journey through a theme incorporating storytelling, movement, music, and sound. This is a perfect experience for parents to participate in with their children (parents get in free), or an opportunity for your young one to practice their independence. Themes include: The Sky, Space, Nature, Weather, The Sea, Routines, and More! $100 for all four weeks or $30 pick-and choose/drop-in.

Primary Story Drama (Pre-K-1st grade)

5:15-6:00 p.m. mice
Fall: Creative Story Drama- October 10-November 14, 2016-$150
Winter/Spring: Shakespeare Stories-January 23-February 20, 2017-$110

Along with their teaching artist, students will tackle a popular story and act it out using movement, music, and imaginative play. Students will showcase what they have learned on November 14th. Movement & music, voice, imagination


Elementary Actor Lab (2nd-5th grade)

Fall: Scene-Stealing: The Best of GET's Season- October 3-November 14, 2016-$110
Winter/Spring: Physical Shakespeare-January 23-February 20, 2017 -$110-5:15-6:30 p.m.GET 12

Fall: With a focus on honing strong performance skills including voice and movement, students will rehearse scenes from our popular Theatre for Young Audiences season, Junie B. Jones the Musical, S.T.E.A.M. TEAM, and James and the Giant Peach, culminating in a showcase on November 14th. Taught by Josh Brook (Peter and the Starcatcher and The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe at GET).  Movement, music, scene study, voice

Winter/Spring: With a focus on honing strong performance skills including voice and movement, students will rehearse scenes from some of William Shakespeare’s most popular and fantastical plays, culminating in a showcase on February 20th.  Movement, music, scene study, voice

Upper School (6th-12th Grade)

Fall: September 19-November 14, 2016 (No class on October 31st)-7:00-9:00 p.m.
In the Middle & High School Musical Theatre Cabaret-(6th-8th grade & 9th-12th grade)  . Our middle & high school students will work with choreographer Josh Brook, vocal instructor and music director Kate Johnson, and GET Education Associate Molly Gilmartin to create a musical theatre cabaret that expresses their voice, their experiences, and the joys of being in the “messy middle”. Classes will be divided by grades and experience level based on class size. Performance on November 14th.  Dance, monologues, scene study, voice $275GET 10

Winter/Spring: January 9-February 20, 2017- 6:45-9:00 p.m.
Battling the Bard-  Our middle & high school students will work with popular GET teaching artists who will take on some of the most epic battles and conflicts in Shakespeare’s plays. Classes will be divided by grades. Performance on February 20th.  monologues, scene study, voice, stage combat $250

Saturday Workshop Intensives for Teens

G.E.T. Conservatory LIVE!

October 8-November 12th
(Class on November 12th 2:00-5:00 p.m./performance at Improv-A-Palooza November 12th at 6:00 p.m.)
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m

Sketch Comedy Lab 2016- (7th-12th grade) LIVE from Roswell, it’s the Georgia Ensemble Theatre SKETCH COMEDY troupe! Taking current events, wacky characters, and pop culture, our students along with Molly Gilmartin will use writing, wit, and improvisation to create our first ever sketch comedy showcase. Improvisation, Movement, Voice, Playwriting

 GET IT! (Georgia Ensemble Theatre Improv Troupe)

Grades 9-12
February 4-March 11, 2017
Final class will meet on March 11th from 2-5 p.m. Showcase at the March 11th Improv-A-Palooza2015-07-03 13.12.21
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

This advanced improv troupe is comprised of students who have learned to grow as an ensemble and perform improvisational comedy. This session will focus on longer form scenes and developed story lines. Taught by Rachel Wansker and Molly Gilmartin.

* Reserved for students who have taken prior GET IT session, Everything Improv camp, or who have prior improvisation experience.

To register please, email education@nullget.org or call 770.641.1260 x232.

IMPROV-A-PALOOZA!2016-03-19 21.26.09

Grades 6-12

September-May 6-9:30 p.m. (Doors open at 5:45 p.m.)
September 10, November 12, January 14, March 11, and May 13

$25.00/Drop-In or Pay in Advance

Like hanging out with your friends? Want to express yourself in a creative and supportive environment? Looking for something fun to do on a Saturday night? Want to SEE an improv show and then play games with the performers? If the answer to any of these is "YES", then the GET IMPROV-A-PALOOZA is for you!

Come hang out at GET with your friends, see an improv show, have a meal, and play games! Students can pre-register by phone or sign up at the door. Doors open for registration that night at 5:45 p.m. Emergency Contact/Media Consent form required for all participants. All middle and high school students are welcome regardless of experience.
Please email education@nullget.org for more information.

NEW! Private Coaching

Private coaching in voice and audition available. Please contact the G.E.T. Education Department for more information and to schedule lessons. (770) 641-1260 ext. 232