The Woodland Opera House Education Program

Education through dance, drama & musical theatre

Inspiring creativity in the hearts and minds of our youth through the learning and experiencing of live dramatic art.

Virtual Education Program

 

From Our House to Your House

Online Class Registration

 

Registered participants will receive an email with an access code for  their class.

All classes will be held on ZOOM app.

All classes will need to reach a minimum enrollment requirement in order to stay on the schedule.

wohtada@gmail.com

 

Good Day Sacramento Interview with Cheryl Watson

Woodland Opera House Education Program

Theatre and Dance Annex (TADA)

FAQ’s

The Woodland Opera House and Shaking Up Shakespeare Presents: 

Shakespeare! A Review 

featuring The 15 Minute Hamlet by Tom Stoppard

Get ready for a raucous and informative theatrical review presenting the life and times of William Shakespeare through poetry, skits and song! The performance concludes with a witty fifteen minute version of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy Hamlet! The acting company meets Saturday mornings for 8 weeks starting in September with extra tech rehearsals the final week of class. Auditions for parts and cast assignments will be held the first two weeks of class.

 

Age 11-16 
Saturdays, 9:00-9:55
September 26- November 14
Tuition: $98

Registration Form

Please note class size is limited so register early to secure a spot. This is the second Shaking Up Shakespeare production recorded on ZOOM.  The final performance will have a premier screening for the cast, family and friends. 

 

From the Director,

And now the time has come again to show the Bard our stuff,

The  words and words and words we speak are his unless we bluff.

A danish prince, a king and queen , a maid who seems confused,

A play within a play is shown, the plot has been reused.

“To be or not to be” I hear are words we all know well.

Alas, our prince  must stand alone onstage where he must dwell.

The swords will fly, the poison strong as things come to an end,

And who is left to tell the tale but Hamlet’s trusted friend. 

 

 

Please send via email a resume with a photo and include the answers to the following  after you register for the workshop, 

:Director, Cheryl Watson.

Email:  clw5251@gmail.com

 

  1. What is your favorite theatre experience?
  2. What interests you about Shakespeare?
  3. Find a quote from Shakespeare and describe what it means to you