Drop-In Acting Classes. Open to the Public and Current Students.

Want to join us?


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Come on time and make sure to bring $35 cash.
(exact change).


Our Weekly Workshops for Kids & Teens are open to the public. They are intended for:

  1. Prospective students who are interested in our Career Program, to sample a class at CSA, and gain a better understanding of what we're all about! Then you can decide if you'd like to AUDITION.
  2. Current CSA Students in the Elite Program to come and get extra instruction time, at no additional cost!
  3. Any actors who are kids in Kindergarten thru 8th grade - who would like to attend a drop-in acting class. Beginners and experienced actors  can each work at their respective levels. You will have fun flexing your acting muscles in a fun, fast-paced class, with no commitment required.
  4. If you are in high school or over, click here for the High School & Adult Acting Workshops!


Vital Info:

  1. Weekly Workshops are held:

    1. 4:00-5:00pm Tuesdays in Centennial - Kids 9 & Younger - NEW! Sign up here!

    2. 5:00-6:30pm Tuesdays in  Centennial - Kids Middle School & Younger Sign up here!

    3. 5:00-6:30pm Thursdays in Lakewood - Kids Middle School & Younger Sign up here!

  2. Please bring cash (exact change). $35 for 5:00-6:30, $25 for 4:00-5:00.


Curriculum:  Our Workshops Follow this Format:

  1. Warmup - Physical and Vocal, Student Introductions.
  2. Acting News - Students can share progress and get support. Also can share casting info with fellow students.
  3. Acting Exercises and/or Improv Games with Teaching Point
  4. Scripted Material - the bulk of class will be spent on the scripted material.


Types of scripted material are on a 4-week rotation:

  1. Commercials including Slating. Improvised and Scripted Commercials are addressed.
  2. 2-person Scene, with both people onstage (like theatre).
  3. TV & Film Auditions using a Scene, with only one actor onstage/on-camera, like a self-tape video audition.
  4. Monologues - Students may bring in their own, or do one that the instructor provides.


Note: Anytime a student wants to bring in her/his own material to prepare for an audition, s/he may do that instead of working on the scripted material that everyone else is doing.​

Weekly Workshops for Kids Grades K thru 8

720-233-4832