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EDUCATION PROGRAM POLICIES

Registration will look like a ticket as we use our online ticket ordering system for class/camp registrations.

There is a tuition and a small registration fee per course. We thank you for your support so that we can continue offering quality instruction by professional faculty members at a low cost to you.

All courses must meet minimum enrollment of students per course in order for the course to be held. 

No refunds unless a course is completely cancelled due to not meeting the minimum enrollment. 

ALL faculty staff members have Federal and State Background Checks on file with GCT.

ALL volunteers of GCT have the PA required Background Checks as well.  


DISCILPLINE POLICY

1. Warning

2. Note sent home.

3. Parent & Student Conference with Executive Director.

4. Removal from the program. 


An Orientation Meeting will be held on first day of each class for students and parents. Handbooks and policy agreements will be distributed and must be signed by adult.





SPRING 2018 SEMESTER

March 20-May 22, 2018

Tuition: $50 per course for entire 8 week session.

​No classes the week of April 23-27, 2018.




MUSICAL THEATRE

Musical Theatre combines acting, singing, and dancing into a wonderful art form. Have you ever wanted to know how to properly prepare a song for an audition for a musical? How about learning some choreography, music and lyrics to some well-known broadway tunes? Then this class is definitely for you. Whether you are a beginner or want to sharpen your musical theatre performance skills, you will definitely have fun being taught by Broadway veteran performer, Mr. Bruce Moore.


Tuesdays 6-7pm Musical Theatre

4th-12th Grade

Instructor: Bruce Moore


Tuesdays 7-8pm Musical Theatre
Adults ages 18+
Instructor: Bruce Moore


Bruce Moore has appeared in three Broadway shows, five Disney Animated Features, six national tours, countless regional theatres and dinner theatres and several regional tours.  Broadway credits: In Gypsy, which starred Tyne Daly, Bruce was featured as Yonkers; in My Fair Lady with Richard Chamberlain, Bruce understudied Freddy Einsford Hill; in Grease with a cavalcade of stars, including Lucy Lawless, Linda Blair, Jeff Conaway and Darlene Love, to name a few, Bruce played Doodie, Teen Angel and replaced one of the ensemble.   You can hear his voice ringing out in Disney animated features such as Aladdin, Pocahontas, Mulan, The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, and Beauty & the Beast.  Bruce appeared throughout the country in various shows, including Busker Alley with Tommy Tune, Applause with Stefanie Powers, Forever Plaid, and Olympus On My Mind with Tom Wopat of The Dukes of Hazard Fame. Bruce lived in Key West for ten years and has appeared on all the Key West stages.  Most recently Bruce has directed the GCT productions of The Secret Garden, Annie Get Your Gun, and Gypsy.





IMPROV

Improvisation is a great skill for all actors to have no matter how experienced. 

Improv is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up right in the moment. Often improvisers will take a suggestion from the audience, or draw on some other source of inspiration to get started. This act of "play" is encouraged in a fun, safe and supportive creative environment. Just play!


Tuesdays 6-7pm Improvisation

Adults ages 18+

Instructor: Karen Land


Tuesdays 7-8pm Improvisation

4th-12th Grade

Instructor: Karen Land


Karen Land has been a theatre arts director and educator for 28 years. She received a B.A. In theatre arts from Goucher College in 1986 and earned a M.D.S. in criticism and literature from Johns Hopkins University in 2000.  Throughout her teaching career, Karen has been actively involved in professional and community theaters. She has worked with new playwrights directing award winning productions. As an Assistant Professor in the Theatre Arts Department at Gettysburg College, 2001-2010, Karen offered a seminar on Improvisational Acting--The Zen of Improv: permission to play in class. This popular seminar established a life long passion for the importance of play. Today, Karen teaches master classes in: directing, auditioning, acting, musical theatre, and Zenprov (improvisational acting with zen philosophies). Karen is delighted to be on the Gettysburg Community Theatre faculty where she teaches improvisation and directs the GCT Improv Troupe. Karen also directed GCT's very popular production of The Diary Of Anne Frank.