Join us at Ennis Public Theatre for Fall Theater classes.
• You will learn the fundamentals of theater – stage parts, movement, voice and diction.
• You will gain confidence and overcome fear of public speaking, learn to think creatively, focus and strategically listen.
• You will learn about dedication through practice and delivering a final result, body language and teamwork, working together for a common goal.
• You will receive constructive feedback and learn that this is not a negative thing but helps build you.
Classes Will Culminate in a Full Spring Show!!!
All of this learning is done in a fun and creative atmosphere that hardly feels like learning!
Classes begin in September and will run weekly through April. This is a full year of instruction with a break over Christmas. The ﬁrst semester the children will be learning all about theory and technique. The second semester they will put into practice all that was learned as they rehearse for our spring K.I.D.S. production. There may be some additional practice time in the spring for the production if our director feels it is necessary. We will let the students know as we get closer to the production.
We will oﬀer three diﬀerent levels of instruction.
Grades: K - 3rd ($40/month) - Thursdays beginning September 6th - 4:00-5:00
Grades: 4th - 6th ($45/month) - Tuesdays beginning September 4th - 4:15-5:30
Grades: 7th & Up ($45/month) - Tuesdays beginning September 4th - 5:30-6:45
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EPT KIDS is proud to introduce our new Children’s Director
C. David Hill
David Hill grew up in Blooming Grove TX and received a BA in Theatre from the University of North Texas. He has worked throughout the DFW area. Here are just a few: New Theater Company, Bravvo! Productions, WaterTower Theatre and the Shakespeare Festival of Dallas. He was the Children’s Director of the Corsicana Children’s Company at the Warehouse Living Arts Center from 2012-2016. Where he taught youth theater program and directed A Christmas Carol, Disney’s the Little Mermaid Jr., The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Return to the Forbidden Planet and James and the Giant Peach Jr. He was also the Executive Director of The Henderson County Performing Arts Center where he directed A Texas Tragedy-The New London School Explosion, The Carpetbagger’s Children, The Fantasticks, The Skin of Our Teeth and Roald Dahl’s The Twits. He also is a Board Member for the Texas Nonproﬁt Theatres, Inc. (TNT) where he is a member of the Strategic Planning Committee and the Youth Conference Commission Task Force