Spring Adult Classes

We are proud to offer artistic skill-building for students as young as three and as old as ninety-nine! There is something for everyone at Everyman Theatre.

We are proud to offer artistic skill-building for students as young as three and as old as ninety-nine! There is something for everyone at Everyman Theatre.


Join the creative experiment. Invest in your personal and artistic growth in this accessible and compassionate exploration of the artform.

VIRTUAL | April 6 – June 8
The voice is a powerful tool of communication. Dive into this foundation building sampler class that offers you insight into the how-tos of dialects. Play with the skills of diction, dialect, and character creation through voice in this fun-filled and informative class.

Registration Deadline: April 6
Time: Saturdays, 11:30am – 1:00pm
Tuition: $385



With an emphasis on the life skills that theatre cultivates, learn to apply the tools of a professional theatre practitioner through these invaluable personal and professional development opportunities.

Public Speaking
IN-PERSON | April 13 – May 18
Each class features a different type of speech-making to practice in an intimate setting full of personalized feedback. Whether you are a business professional or someone interested in building confidence in your voice for different stakeholders, you will receive tips of the theatre trade for bringing your best self to any situation.

Registration Deadline: April 13
Time: Saturdays, 10:00am – 11:30am
Tuition: $335



Embrace technique formally. Guided by specific theatrical points-of-view, these skill-building classes aim to focus creative energies and build on artistic intersection.

IN-PERSON | April 15 – June 10
Students are invited into the rehearsal room and taught the tenets of the professional rehearsal space as they work on a play written specifically for this cohort by an established playwright and directed by a professional director. This class culminates in a stage performance for family, friends, and invited guests. Memorization is expected and a commitment to the schedule is essential.

In order to register for this class, you must take Actor’s TOOLS and PROCESS prerequisites. 

Interested in joining the Actor’s Craft Cohort for PERFORMANCE? We ask that you email Education@EverymanTheatre.org or call 443.775.8580 to indicate your interest at this time.

Registration Deadline: April 1
Time: Mondays 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm




Does Everyman offer payment plans?

Need-Based Scholarship Support

We encourage you to apply for a need-based scholarship by completing this FORM. While funding is limited, we work hard to accept as many students as possible throughout the year. Scholarship Applications can be submitted on a rolling basis.

Once I purchase a class, what is my next step?

Once a class is purchased, Everyman Theatre’s Education Team will reach out with a Welcome email and Registration form at least one-week before the class starts. Please complete the registration form within three business days. 

I am unable to take a program I purchased, what is Everyman’s education programs refund policy?

All class sales are final sale: This means there will be no refunds. No exceptions, unless one of the following applies:  

Withdrawal from a class: While we know that plans shift, we strive to provide exceptional service and programming for all students. This includes attendance for ensemble building. If you must withdraw, you will receive a credit that can be used towards any class in our current season. Class credits expire on June 30th, of any given season or school year. Be sure to use them before this date. 

Youth Summer Experiences: You are entitled to a partial refund of 50% of the class tuition if you withdraw at least one (1) month prior to the summer session’s start date.  

Scholarship Recipients: Should you miss more than 3-class offering during any program offering your scholarship is awarded for, you will be removed from programming with no refund or class credit.

Which class is right for me and my artistic goals?

We pride ourselves on providing accessible pathways for students of all experience levels and interests.  

Look at our series descriptions below to see which is a right fit for you: 

These are entry-level courses meant to serve as an access point for budding artists who are looking to build their knowledge in theatre. These courses will provide students with foundational skills in theatre as they begin or continue their artistic journey. If you have never been involved in theatre before or taken a course in acting, EMPOWER classes are a great place to start.  

Lab classes are designed for students of any experience level to explore and develop specific skillsets. These classes often highlight specific theatrical disciplines (i.e., Voice Acting or Directing). Whether you are new to theatre or an experienced artist, these courses are a great way to build up your skillset and try something new!  

Classes in the Craft series are designed to provide students with formalized training, specifically focused on the skill of acting. While not required, these classes are intended for students with previous theatre experience or those who are looking to begin a career in theatre.  

To maximize the educational experience of all students involved: Craft classes require students to memorize text, rehearse on their own time, and commit to attendance of as many classes (as possible).  

The CRAFT series is on a pre-professional track; Our Education Team and your peers will appreciate your forward-thinking and commitment in planning accordingly.  

Will there be a final performance?

We strive to ensure all students receive the opportunity to end any class progression with a culminating event or performance. To this end, many of our adult students will be given the opportunity to perform their work, whether that be in class or in our rehearsal hall. All Performances, at the level, are at the sole discretion of our Teaching Artists. 


Have children that might like to get involved?

We have programming for them too!