2018 WINTER CLASSES
We now have ONLINE REGISTRATION! If you have participated in an NEYT class or show this summer or fall you most likely have an account setup in our new database. Follow the directions below to access your account. If you are new to NEYT you can create a new account.
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AN ACCOUNT HAS BEEN SET UP FOR YOUR FAMILY IF YOU HAVE TAKEN A CLASS AT NEYT THIS PAST SUMMER OR FALL.
Click on “Forgot Password” located on the right side under the orange Login button. You will be prompted to put in your email address. Please note that if your email address is not recognized; the account may be set up under a different parent. Please try this alternate address. (If neither works please contact the office). You will then receive an email with the heading “Online Account Information”. It will say “Click Here” to access your online account. Cut and paste your user name and password to login.
If you would like to change your password click on “Change Password” which is located on the top banner. You can change your username when you access your account.
Go to “My Account” which is also located on the top banner. Please check the information for accuracy. This is where you can change your username. Remember to save changes.
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REGISTRATION is open for Fall 2017. A non-refundable deposit of $100 is due in order to register. If you are interested in applying for financial aid you must contact the office.
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MUSICAL THEATRE STUDIO
FOUNDATIONS I, II, & III & DANCE FOR ACTORS
With Susan Haefner
SIX WEEK SESSION - Saturdays, February 3, 10, 17 & March 3, 10, 17
MT FOUNDATIONS I 2:45-4:15pm
This class is designed for those that are at the beginning of their musical theatre training. Emphasis will be on the basic technique of singing, dancing, acting and putting it all together. Audition technique, acting the song, and creating characters will all be explored through group and solo songs.
MT FOUNDATIONS II 10:45 - 12:15pm
This class is designed as a next step in musical theatre training. Emphasis will be on honing the technique of singing, dancing, acting and putting it all together, including duets. Audition technique, acting the song, and creating characters will all be explored through group and solo songs.
MT FOUNDATIONS III 12:30 -2:30pm
This class is for those students who have a strong musical theatre skill-set and are ready for more. In addition to refining and honing technique, time will be devoted to the student’s individual needs, including college prep or professional auditions. Goals of this class include building a "book" of repertoire, preparing for auditions, and learning what it takes to work on a professional level. Vocal, dance and acting technique will be incorporated into mock auditions, group songs and solos.
DANCE FOR ACTORS 9-10:30am
General Tuition $150.00
Bundle: $100 (if taking MT)
All actors need to know how to dance, or at least move really well. Dance is a core element in all theatrical forms: plays, melodramas, cabarets and, of course, musicals. Students will be introduced to basic techniques and styles of theatrical dance and will learn to incorporate them into character development and storytelling. No prior dance experience is required. So, if you're an actor, but don't know your flea hop from your frug, come join us!
INTRO TO MUSICAL THEATRE ages 9-11
With Hallie Flower
SIX WEEK SESSION – Saturdays 11am-12:30pm
February 3, 10, 17 & March 3, 10, 17, no class 2/24
This class is an introduction to telling story through song. We will explore basic singing and dancing ideas using both group numbers and songs.
DIRECTING STUDIO Ages 13-19
Viewpoint Composition for the Director
With Hallie Flower
January 6, 13, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17 (no Feb 24) March 3rd
Presentation 7pm March 3rd
Tuition $200 (Actors by audit)
Using Viewpoints (a way of thinking about Time & Space), each week we will create original material to explore a variety of directing challenges & ideas. Class culminates in an open presentation of student work.
MIME YOUR OWN BUSINESS (Ages 9-12)
With Chris Yerlig
January 17, 24, 31 February 7, 28 March 7, 14, 21
(No class February 14th & 21st)
Final Presentation February 21st 7pm
In this mime survival guide, students will develop a tool kit useful for such inevitabilities as getting trapped in a box, swimming in molasses, reaching for things that aren't there, or having to live off invisible food. They will explore a basic mime emotion, action and character vocabulary for creating silent illusions, comic skits, and rhododendrons. Plus there'll be a quiet little show at the end so family and friends can also take a trip into this world of silent fantasy too. This class will enhance acting and comedy skills, and teach you how not to spill your imaginary glass of water.
PAGE TO STAGE (Ages 6-9)
With Amelia Struthers
January 9, 11, 16, 18, (no 23, 25) 30 February 1, 6, 8, 13, 15,
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5 weeks
A place for maturing youngsters to build a deeper connection to theater by exploring the creation of character, script, scenery, and costume as they adapt a beloved children’s story into a play.
FEBRUARY VACATION WEEK Acting Intensive Ages 12-19
FIREBIRDS by Liz Flahive
Directed by Hallie Flower
February 19th thru February 24
Emotions run high as graduation looms for a group of high school seniors, all scrambling to overcome last minute challenges before getting their diplomas.
For these "Firebirds," their lives may just be beginning, but they must first tackle some unfinished business in this funny, heartfelt homage to high school.
In this workshop, we will explore fundamental tools of acting through our work with this one-act play. There will be one evening performance as the culmination of this project.