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Flex 2 Pass -$96 * (total price includes $5 handling fee) * One ticket to your choice of 2 plays, good for any day or time (based on availability, must be used within the current season). Pay for your Flex Pass today and call the box office when you're ready to book the plays of your choice. Book early for best availability. *TICKETS CAN BE BOOKED STARTING AUGUST 12, 2019* ​TICKET EXCHANGE POLICY:​ -Tickets can be exchanged for any other performance of the same play. -The deadline for exchanges is 5:00 pm the day prior to your scheduled performance; after this time and until the performance a fee of $10 per ticket will be assessed. For exchanges made after the date of the performance, a fee of $20 per ticket will be assessed. -Exchanges are subject to seating availability.
Flex 3 Pass -$144 * (total price includes $5 handling fee) * One ticket to your choice of 3 plays, good for any day or time (based on availability, must be used within the current season). Pay for your Flex Pass today and call the box office when you're ready to book the plays of your choice. Book early for best availability. *TICKETS CAN BE BOOKED STARTING AUGUST 12, 2019* ​TICKET EXCHANGE POLICY:​ -Tickets can be exchanged for any other performance of the same play. -The deadline for exchanges is 5:00 pm the day prior to your scheduled performance; after this time and until the performance a fee of $10 per ticket will be assessed. For exchanges made after the date of the performance, a fee of $20 per ticket will be assessed. -Exchanges are subject to seating availability.
Flex 4 Pass -$192 * (total price includes $5 handling fee) * One ticket to your choice of 4 plays, good for any day or time (based on availability, must be used within the current season). Pay for your Flex Pass today and call the box office when you're ready to book the plays of your choice. Book early for best availability. *TICKETS CAN BE BOOKED STARTING AUGUST 12, 2019* ​TICKET EXCHANGE POLICY:​ -Tickets can be exchanged for any other performance of the same play. -The deadline for exchanges is 5:00 pm the day prior to your scheduled performance; after this time and until the performance a fee of $10 per ticket will be assessed. For exchanges made after the date of the performance, a fee of $20 per ticket will be assessed. -Exchanges are subject to seating availability.
10-Minute Play Writing Workshop
March 18-April 29
7 sessions
Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm
Instructor: Dave Rabinow
Tuition: $210
Students will write and revise an original 10-minute play over this 6-week workshop. Students also will examine the structure of the 10-minute play and the fundamentals of writing within those parameters. The final class session will be a staged reading of student work.
Advanced Scene Study
March 23-May 4
7 Sessions
Mondays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Fred Sullivan
Tuition: $350
This is a class for experienced actors intending to better their skills, push their own boundaries, break old habits and be engaged in some very demanding scene work. Previous work either on stage or in scene study classes with Mr. Sullivan is a prerequisite and admission is subject to approval by the instructor. This class culminates in a showcase evening of your rehearsed work. Learn by doing. Rehearsal outside of class time is required. Please prepare a monologue for the first day of class. This class is not suitable for beginners.
Comedy Scene Study
May 18-June 29
7 Sessions
Mondays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Fred Sullivan Jr.
Tuition: $350
Bring the funny. Learn strategies and techniques of acting in a comedic scene or play. This class is formatted for actors of varying levels of experience through partnered scene work. Exciting contemporary plays and scenes suited to individual student needs will be rehearsed focusing on the nuts and bolts of comedy from text-analysis to developing on your feet verbal and physical timing. This class culminates in a showcase evening of rehearsed work. Learn by doing. Rehearsal outside of class time is required. Please prepare a monologue for the first day of class.
Introduction to Acting
May 19-June 23
6 Sessions
Tuesdays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Steve Kidd
Tuition: $270
Explore the techniques and vocabulary essential to understanding the craft of creating a performance through basic improvisation, monologue work and scene study. This class is open to raw beginners who are curious about theater and performance skills—or those who are simply interested in discussing acting through more informed eyes. Learn by doing. This class will not culminate in a final showcase but rather build skills week by week which can be applied to future classes.
Script Analysis
May 6th-June 10th
6 sessions
Wednesdays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Rachel Walshe
Tuition: $270

Whether you are a novice or a seasoned theatre practitioner, this class will help you to unlock the performance potential of a dramatic script. Designed for those interested in acting, directing, playwriting, or just learning more about how a play moves from page to stage, Script Analysis will give students hands-on experience in making theatre. Students will break down a variety of classic and contemporary scenes, mining them for their key storytelling devices and trying their hand at mounting them for performance.
Cold Readings
January 22-February 26
6 Sessions
Wednesdays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Steve Kidd
Tuition: $270
This class will focus on the practice and techniques involved in executing successful "cold readings" in auditions and studio environments. Every week students will receive a new piece of text with which they will make quick choices and incorporate weekly tricks and tactics to help perform with fullness and specificity. Students will be encouraged to listen and respond acting "truthfully under imaginary circumstances". There will be no final performance for this class but there will be weekly performances within class itself. This is a process based class and each student will leave with strategies for success in this very common form of auditioning.
Introduction to Acting
January 21-February 25
6 Sessions
Tuesdays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Steve Kidd
Tuition: $270
Explore the techniques and vocabulary essential to understanding the craft of creating a performance through basic improvisation, monologue work and scene study. This class is open to raw beginners who are curious about theater and performance skills—or those who are simply interested in discussing acting through more informed eyes. Learn by doing. This class will not culminate in a final showcase but rather build skills week by week which can be applied to future classes.
Shakespeare Scene Study
January 27-March 9
7 Sessions
Mondays 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructor: Fred Sullivan Jr.
Tuition: $350
Explore the techniques, mechanics and vocabulary of classical dramatic text – focusing on Shakespeare and other great classical playwrights - through partnered scene work in a class formatted to suit actors of varying levels of experience. This class culminates in a showcase evening of your rehearsed work. Learn by doing. Rehearsal outside of class time is required. Please prepare a monologue for the first day of class. This class is not suitable for beginners.
Steel the Show: Swordplay for the Actor
4 sessions
Saturdays 10am-2pm
February 22-March 14
Tuition: $240
Instructor: Michael Liebhauser

A comprehensive overview of theatrical combat with swords. From medieval broadswords to the modern military saber, from Game of Thrones to Dangerous Liaisons, no weapon is more commonly in the hands of actors than a sword. This exciting course will introduce students to all of the most used disciplines of theatrical swordplay and provide detailed instruction on how to safely and effectively use bladed weaponry on stage. Taking Introduction to Stage Combat, which is offered in October, is a good foundational course, but is not required.
GSI Jr.
5-8th grade
July 6th-10th
12:30-4:30pm
$350

GSI Jr. introduces students entering grades 5-8 to the language, craft, and magic of Shakespeare through theater games, acting exercises and rehearsals. This week-long program culminates in a performance of Shakespeare scenes for the public on the Gamm stage. Audition not required. Limited to 15 students. Scholarships available.
GSY
2nd-4th grade
July 6th-10th
10am-12pm
$150

Gamm Summer Youth is for students entering grades 3-5 who are interested in exploring the art of performance creation in a fun and supportive environment. This summer program will focus on basic theater skills while emphasizing creativity, enjoyment and personal growth. Over the week-long program young actors will expand their skills in a professional setting through activities such as mime, creative movement, set-design, improvisation and role playing which will develop individuality and group cooperation and result in a final performance for family and peers. Scholarships are available.