Looking for new and challenging performance opportunities?  Love being in a fully staged production? New to theatre and interested? Stages Saturday classes and production classes as well as the Artists in Residence mentorship program offer a wide variety of opportunities for teens in Bloomington and surrounding counties. Add a class to your schedule, meet new friends, and work with an impressive staff of theatre professionals, coaches, instructors, and directors.




This unique mentorship program provides two semesters of training, connections and opportunities for high school juniors, seniors, and college freshmen from Bloomington and surrounding counties. Includes performance options, honorarium, work with experts and an acting coach, dinner, free trips to theatre performances, and more! No other theatre company in the area offers a program like it! Learn more.


Free.  Admission by audition.

MAC Backstage Tour / Shu-chuan Chiu

Teen Studio


Open to teens entering grades 7-12 or college in the Fall, 2020

Meets: Monday and Wednesday evenings, 7:15pm to 8:25pm.  October 5 - 21, 2020   

In this popular evenings-only program actors are invited to join a month long intensive scene study that meets Monday and Wednesday evenings in October. The workshop is designed for teens interested in developing acting techniques to enhance auditions and roles in high school, college and community theatre. Participants work with professional acting and vocal coaches. The workshop focuses on character analysis, scene and monologue preparation, as well as honing song interpretation skills - learning to sell the song.  Students must be committed to reading 1-2 plays each week and plan to attend all workshop sessions.  Material includes modern and classical scripts as well as Broadway musical repertoire.



Rachel Hoey, director and acting coach


Online on Zoom!



Cost: $75

Registration now open!

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