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Ages 18+


Mondays 7:15 PM – 8:45 PM | $235

Class dates: 1/13 - 4/6
Skip dates: 1/20, 2/17, 3/23

Comedy Improv is a fun introduction to the world of improv for beginning improvisers, as well as an opportunity for the more experienced improviser to refresh and hone skills and state of play. Classes consist of warm-ups and light skill work and include both “Whose Line Is It Anyway”-style and scene-based improv game play. Students leave with a greater understanding of the basic tenets of improv and are encouraged to unleash their creative genius. Course study has an emphasis on solid skills coupled with fun!

Teaching artist: Greg Philippi


Wednesdays 7:15 PM – 9:15 PM | $260

Class dates: 1/15 - 3/18

This class builds on skills acquired in Adult Comedy Improv. Students dive deeper into the world of improv through extended scene work, generating scene ideas from openings and other long form improv skills. Have fun while making emotional connections, supporting your scene partner and finding the game within the scene!

Teaching artist: Greg Philippi

Adult Improv, Adult Comedy Improv or similar improv experience recommended for this intermediate to advanced-level class.


Tuesdays 7:45 PM – 9:15 PM | $235

Class dates: 1/14 - 3/17

Act now! This class helps build a strong foundation as students learn/review the ‘fun’damentals of good acting. Participate in theater games, physical and vocal warm-ups and improvisation, and learn basic text analysis (objective, beats, action).  Develop the skills needed to make strong choices and create a complete full-bodied character for monologues or scene work. Build skills of observation and listening, as you gain self-confidence and a greater understanding of the elements that make good theater. This class should be repeated before advancing to Scene Study.

Teaching artist: Michelle Terl


Mondays 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM | $260

Class dates: 1/13 - 4/6
Skip date: 1/20, 2/17, 3/23

This class builds upon the skills learned in Adult Acting and is for participants seriously interested in building on their craft and skills as they further their understanding of script analysis and character development, a.k.a. “the actor’s homework.” Students dig into more complex material through analysis, exercises and movement in this advanced acting class. Breath, body and the intellect are explored as character details and specificity are created. This class increases skills and self-awareness and prepares students for entry into the professional acting community. Meeting with scene partner outside of class is strongly recommended.

Teaching artist: TBD

Two sessions of Adult Acting or similar acting experience recommended for this intermediate to advanced-level class.


Wednesdays 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM | $210

Class dates: 1/15 - 3/18

You’ve always wanted to step out on the stage, so just try it! Learn the ‘fun’damentals of acting in a relaxed, nurturing atmosphere. Participate in physical and vocal warm-ups, improvisation, theater games and more. Bring attention to your listening and observation skills and learn how to “take the stage” in this light and fun acting class.

Teaching artist: Gail Garrisan


Thursdays 6:45 PM – 7:45 PM | $210

Class dates: 1/16 - 3/19

Come and sing! Designed for adults who enjoy singing Broadway show tunes and wish to improve vocal technique, this class uses musical theater songs to teach proper vocal production, breath control and how to act out a song. No previous singing experience is necessary as students learn group numbers in a supportive environment. Participants perform in a showcase at the end of the session.

Teaching artist: Tammy Holder


Thursdays 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM | $235

Class dates: 1/16 - 3/19

Expand your singing and performing techniques in this advanced group vocal class. Continue to develop proper breathing, tone production and vocal expression by acting out a song in a safe and professional environment. Classes open with technique exercises and continue with Broadway repertoire in a group setting followed by the opportunity for students to present a solo performance for more individual feedback.

Teaching artist: Tammy Holder

Prerequisite: Adult Singing or similar singing experience as assessed by instructor. Email [email protected] for teacher assessment.


WEDNESDAYS 7:45 PM – 9:15 PM | $235

Class dates: 1/15 - 3/18

This class is perfect for Broadway fans or anyone interested in musical theater. Adults learn songs and choreography from some of Broadway’s greatest hits in this fun and unique class led by Broward Center's Artist-in-Residence Tammy Holder and choreographer Ron Hutchins. No prior experience required.

Teaching artist: Tammy Holder and Ron Hutchins


Thursdays 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM | $225

Class dates: 1/16 - 3/19

Designed for adults who want to DANCE! Broadway dance is the focus of this high energy class. Taught by award-winning director/choreographer Ron Hutchins, Broadway Dance is the perfect class to help you stay fit while learning basic steps and explosive choreography from some of Broadway’s greatest shows. Spread the word, bring a friend and take advantage of this opportunity to embrace your inner dancer. No prior experience required. All dance levels welcome.

Teaching artist: Ron Hutchins