Spring 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.


Pre-K – K (Ages 3-5 years) | For our youngest artists, we excite the imagination, channel creative energy, and build social-emotional skills through dramatic play.

Creative Mates: Ages 3 – 5

UNDERWATER WORLDS! | April 4 – May 9
Make sure to bring a snorkel and some goggles for this unique dive into adventure! Students will live their aquatic dreams through visual art activities and drama! The last session features an open class where we welcome families into the space to see the highlights of our nautical travels.
Registration Deadline:
 March 28
Time: Thursdays, 4:30pm – 5:15pm
Tuition: $265



K – Grade 8 | Dive into the world of a story. Embrace each class a part of a larger journey as students hone their actor’s tools of body, voice, imagination, focus and heart!

Story Explorers: Grades K – 2

STORY PERFORMERS: Giraffes Can’t Dance! April 6 – June 1
Join is in the journey of creative play as we bring the story to life! Students’ imagination is celebrated through an exploration of music, dance, drama, and visual art! Each class students will stage a play based on the story: Giraffes Can’t Dance.They will embrace the work of the ensemble as they bring this story from the page to the stage. This class will culminate in a final sharing of their play for family and friends.
Registration Deadline:
 March 30
Time: Saturdays, 12:30pm – 1:30pm; NO CLASS MAY 25
Tuition: $275


Play Builders: Grades 3 – 5

Join the ensemble as we create an original play! Students create a character, write a script, rehearse and perform a new play to share with family and friends. Our story centers on a time-traveling adventure, where we re-visit the past. Special design highlights are featured as special skills for this class. This class will culminate in a final sharing of their play for family and friends.
Registration Deadline:
 March 30
Time: Saturdays, 10:30am – 12:00pm; NO CLASS MAY 25
Tuition: $335


Theatre Makers: Grades 6 – 8

ARTIST’S EXCHANGE April 6 – June 1
Emerging artists embrace the world of the playwright, actor, and director in this unique theatrical experience. Utilizing different points of inspiration, students write and workshop through peer performance and guided feedback sessions. There is a final sharing of work by the actors for family and friends as well as a talkback with the playwrights.
Registration Deadline:
 March 23
Time: Saturdays, 10:15am – 12:15pm; NO CLASS MAY 25
Tuition: $350




Does Everyman offer financial assistance or scholarships?

Need-Based Scholarship Support
We encourage you to apply for a need-based scholarship by completing this FORM. Our need-based Creative Journey scholarship awards range to cover a portion of the tuition. 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. 

Will there be a final performance?

Youth class experiences: We welcome the chance for families and loved ones to share in the creative growth and artistic creations that students undergo during a class experience through a culminating event. This culminating event may also be an in-class performance for students at the end of their progression and at the discretion of our Teaching Artist. 

Early childhood classes: Each class series ends with an open class, where family members and loved ones join their student for a class session with their student. For youth classes (K-8), each class series culminates in a final sharing or performance on the last day of class where students can share the skills and projects, they have been developing over the class sessions. Each final sharing will look different based on the grade level and course content. More detailed information about each culminating event will be shared with enrolled families during the class series. Culminating events may also be an in-class performance for students at the end of their progression and at the discretion of our Teaching Artist. 

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 and 25% of class tuition if you withdraw two (2) weeks prior to your summer session start date. Any time after these dates will receive no refund. 

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.

When should I register for my class?

Note that each class description includes a registration deadline. We recommend you register as soon as possible to ensure your space, but the registration deadline is typically two weeks prior to the first class date.  

Have teens that might like to get involved?

We have programming for them, too!