Music & Arts©


Performance 101

MIN #: 3

MAX #: 8


Wednesdays from 4pm-5pm


Presence, posture, speech, articulation, and adaptability are just a few of the skills we can hone and cultivate through performance practice. This class is designed to combine technique, script analysis, and the theatrical process in order to develop confidence, empathy, and situational awareness. Classes will start with an introduction to a basic theatrical concept (i.e. memorization, script analysis, stage direction, etc.) to provide a solid base, followed by the students working through their performances for the class in a supportive environment. Each month, we will break down a monologue or scene before putting it on its feet for a final performance.


We will address questions like:

 -“What do I do with my hands?”

 -“What’s the difference between stage left and house left?”

 -“How do I embody a character?”

 -”When do I move?”


Beginning Acting

MIN: 3

MAX: 6


Wednesdays from 5pm-6pm (if we get more)

Wednesdays from 6pm-7pm


This class is designed for anyone interested in learning more about the art of acting. We will dig into the elements of building a character from the inside out while developing voice and presence. We will discuss the differences between film and theatrical acting, and engage in mock audition processes. Each student will be assigned one monologue and one scene to be performed in the last class of the session.


We will address questions like:

 -”What is ‘cheating out?’”

 -“What does ‘beat’ mean?”

 -“How do I move?”

 -”What does my character want?”



Crafts with Kat

MIN: 4 participants MAX: 10 participants

Wednesdays from 3-4PM


In order to provide the necessary tools, this class requires a $20 cash supply fee reimbursement due at the beginning of the first class.


Artistic inspiration comes in all forms. This class aims to channel creative inspiration through crafty mediums such as yarn, perler beads, jewelry, clay. Each session will learn basic crochet stitches, create a perler masterpiece, make their own wearable art, and mold something completely unique out of a messy lump. We split our time between the regimented routine of crochet and the free form expression of playing with color and form.


We will work on skills like

-basic crochet technique

-color theory


-project completion



Private lessons available


Actor • Singer • Citizen Artist

Kat McKenna is a San Antonio native with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Auburn University. Performance has been her calling since the age of five when she began to act on stage. She has a background in theatre education and a formal training in acting, singing, improvisation, movement, voice technique, devised theatre, stage combat,  writing, directing, and script analysis. Recently, she started to dip her toes in the visual art world with an intensive study of acrylic pouring. Whether it’s putting on a show or applying paint to canvas, Kat is a “firm believer in the power of creativity, self-awareness, and confidence.”



CHILDREN AND ADULT– Beginner to Intermediate




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Highlights from 2017 Summer Musical Theatre camp. Cast learned how to prepare for a monologue, studied samples

of 50's musicals, experienced vocal warm ups, script study, choreographed dance and song.

"Shake Rattle and Rock”, written and directed by Delani Chambers, stage direction and vocal coach Christian Toler

was performed at the end of the session before an audience of family and friends.

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. We accept cash, checks and credit cards. *REGISTER: Annual Membership is required in order to sign up for classes. The fee is  $45 per family. This fee is non-refundable and only paid once per year, no matter how many family members or how many classes you take with us.




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