Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts

The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts provides theatre education to adults, teens and children in the DC area each year. Courses and programs, all taught by professional theatre artists, include year-round classes for adults in acting, playwriting, directing, musical theatre, and drama criticism, as well as summer acting and musical theatre camps for youth.

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Registration for courses and programs vary.
Events
Thru Oct. 13Comedy
Thru Oct. 13Singing Pop
Thru Oct. 13Auditioning Without Fear
Thru Oct. 13Narrating Audiobooks
Thru Oct. 14Cold Reading
Thru Oct. 14Hamlet Class
Thru Oct. 14Getting Started in TV and Film
Thru Oct. 14Uta Hagen Technique
Thru Oct. 14Playwriting II
Thru Oct. 14Intro to Acting Session A
Thru Oct. 15On-Camera Acting I
Thru Oct. 15Contemporary Scene Study for BIPOC Actor
Thru Oct. 15Performing Comedy Songs
Thru Oct. 24Intro to Estill Voice Training
Thru Oct. 24Voiceovers I
Thru Oct. 24Playwriting
Thru Oct. 24Auditioning for Musical Theatre
Thru Oct. 24Intro to Acting Session B
Thru Oct. 24The Life of a Professional Stage Actor in DC
Thru Oct. 24Actions and Objectives
Thru Oct. 26Beginning Scene Study
Thru Oct. 26Broadcasting Your Own Content
Thru Oct. 26Finding Your Voice
Thru Oct. 26Meisner Technique I: Foundations
Thru Oct. 22Acting in a Professional Production: Contemporary Works with Woolly
Sat. Oct 3Anyone Can Act - A One-Time Workshop for Teens (ages 13-19) (Online)
Tue. Oct 6Comedy! (Grades 6-8) (Online, 6 Sessions)
Sat. Oct 24Off a Broken Road – Full Performance Class for Teens (Online)

Classes Classes: Acting Classes: Youth

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Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts

733 8th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
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