San Francisco Youth Theatre
GRADES 6-9

SFYT Middle and High School students embark on training body, mind and voice with scene work and audition skills. 

Skill-building is followed by full-scale productions. SFYT's 415 Teen Ensemble builds a strong sense of community with productions that focus on social justice issues. 

Sliding Scale tuition ALWAYS available. No student is turned away for lack of funds.

Select 'Financial Aid Deposit' at check out.

FALL 2020

GRADES 6-9
ACTING IS BELIEVING
Leslie Price with Julia Santha

WEDNESDAYS 4-5:30 pm
September 16 – December 9 
(no class 11/11, 11/25)
Para contacto en español presione aquí. 

Acting is Believing explores techniques of acting through theatrical games, movement exercises, voice development, storytelling, and improvisation. Classes focus on the elements found in scenes, monologues and full-length productions. Students grow their creative skills and develop the tools they need to successfully prepare for the parts they were meant to play. This class prepares students for our full-scale 415 Teen Ensemble Production in 2021.

Students will perform in our online Winter Showcase: Thursday, December 10, 7pm.

$335/per 11-wk.session
Accessible to all! No student turned away for lack of funds.
For sliding scale tuition, please choose the "Financial Aid" deposit when registering.

REGISTER ONLINE  
You will receive your Zoom information after you register.

FREE DROP-IN SOCIAL HOUR!
MONDAYS 4:30-5:30pm beginning September 20 through the duration of the class. 
We know students are eager to hang out, play games, share stories and feel like part of a community. Students in Acting is Believing and Your Best Audition are welcome to visit our social hour every Monday afternoon.


GRADES 8-12
YOUR BEST AUDITION
Joshua Waterstone

SATURDAYS 1-2:30 pm
October 10 - January 20 

(seven sessions: 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/21, 12/5, 1/16, 1/30)
Para contacto en español presione aquí. 

Looking your best at an audition is essential to achieving your goals in landing that lead role or getting into a performing arts school. This class is especially geared towards students interested in going to Ruth Asawa School of the Arts (SOTA), preparing for a high school play audition or even a BFA College program, and covers the essential aspects of a strong audition.

Choosing and Preparing Audition Materials: Learn how to choose appropriate audition material and prepare one or two monologues in different styles.  

Improvisation and Interviewing: Learn to work collaboratively in a group audition. Gain interview skills to present with poise and confidence.

The Audition Process: Hone your audition materials by performing in front of others. 

Students will perform in our online Winter Showcase: Thursday, December 10, 7pm.

$375/per session
Accessible to all! No student turned away for lack of funds.
For sliding scale tuition, please choose the "Financial Aid" deposit when registering.

REGISTER ONLINE  
You will receive your Zoom information after you register.