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Classes in the Community - Programs Offered


For more information and detailed TEKS/CEDFA guidlines
click the program title in which you are interested below.

If you have questions while booking please call 713.558.8801 or email
education@tuts.com.

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Performance Workshops Adaptive Arts Classes
   
After-School Educator In-Service
   
Master Classes Theatre Field Trips
   
The LIT Experience: ACT SING WRITE Technical Theatre
   
Artist-In-Residence Medical

 
All classes are taught by trained theatre professionals and
are offered on a one-time or sequential basis.

Performance Workshops

Triple-threat-training where students learn lyrics and choreography from a Broadway musical.

TEKS/CEDFA Guidelines       Register Now!

After-School Programming

After school programming is coordinated with the schools directly or with partners like the YMCA of Greater Houston. This is an 11 week course that comes to your school during the after school time slot. The focus of this course is to introduce students to musical theatre by teaching them the three disciplines – singing, dancing and acting. TUTS provides two professional faculty to come to your location to work with the students. Classes end with an end of term presentation for family, school faculty and friends.

In addition to training in musical theatre, this course also uses 21st Century Skills and the 40 Developmental Assets
. The class time length is one and one half hour, once a week for eleven weeks. Designed for grades K-5th.

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Master Classes

Technique-driven training focusing on voice, dancing, acting, or audition techniques.

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The LIT Experience: ACT SING WRITE

Cross-curricular workshops adapted to English, History, Social Studies, Math and Science.

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Artist-In-Residence

Directors and choreographers assist with a school's musical production.

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Adaptive Arts Classes

Utilizing the attributes of musical theatre to teach special education students and/or children with disabilities.

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Educator In-Service Programs

Teachers receive innovative educational tools that use musical theatre to enhance the TEKS/STAAR curriculum for students. Training may be conducted at school locations or TUTS' facilities.

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Theatre Field Trips

 
Students visit TUTS at The Hobby Center for a musical theatre experience tailored to meet their needs.
 
  

 

Technical Theatre


TUTS' professionals work with students in the technical components of stage management, lighting, set design, prop construction, stage make-up, wardrobe and choreography.

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Medical

TUTS' professionals provide pediatric patients in hospitals and treatment centers the opportunity to participate in singing, dancing and acting! TUTS' faculty, in conjunction with the medical staff, help bring out the 'creative child' in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

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