Acting Out Drama Classes

Acting Out Drama Classes

UNCSA Community programs will be offered this Fall in a variety of formats: in-person, online and hybrid. In-person classes will be held on-campus. The health and safety of our students, teachers and their families is paramount, so in-person classes will adhere to stringent safety protocols, including hand hygiene, face coverings and social distancing.

  • All in-person Acting Out classes will take place in the Drama studios on the UNCSA campus.   Students will be required to wear face masks.
  • Private voice students who have been vaccinated may have in-person or online lessons.  Private voice students who have NOT been vaccinated are strongly encouraged to have online lessons.
  • In order to limit the number of people in the building, parents will drop off their students at the designated drop-off (1860 de Mille Drive). Additional family members will be not allowed into the building; exceptions may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • The pick-up location for Acting Out classes will be the same as the drop-off location and instructors will supervise student pick-up.
  • Learn more about the UNCSA Community Health Standards which will guide our safety protocols.

Acting Out is the community outreach program of the award-winning UNCSA School of Drama, offering classes in Acting, Musical Theatre, Tap, Hip Hop and Musical Theatre/Jazz Dance, as well as private voice and tap instruction. Instructors include UNCSA faculty members and alumni, offering the same caliber of instruction as our high school and undergraduate programs.

Classes focus on learning and honing the skills of theatre as a process followed by opportunities to put those skills into practice. Drama skills not only build confidence as an actor, but improve communication, promote physical awareness, relieve stress, develop friendships and encourage empathy.