Perfect for the busy performer, this series provides GCPA’s high quality arts training with low-commitment classes on a variety of disciplines taught by rotating industry professionals!
Love being in class but can't commit to anything else?
Want access to a wider variety of instructors?
Prefer to spend your free weekends developing your craft with other artists?
If you answered "yes," the Weekend Walk-In Series is for you!
Join GCPA on one or more Fridays and Sundays! This low-commitment series will provide class time in a variety of disciplines taught by rotating industry professionals. Keep an eye on our website for the most current list of classes and instructors.
SELECT FRIDAYS AND SUNDAYS
FRIDAY 5:30PM - 7:00PM | SUNDAYS 2:00PM - 3:30PM*
*Times subject to change. Please see detailed schedule below.
Unless otherwise listed, classes are open to students Ages 13-18 and taught as an Open Level Class. Instructors will teach to the skill level of each of the students in attendance. Space is available on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-registration is recommended but not required.
Sunday, October 28th
Kristen Teeter: Jazz, featuring choreography by Kristen Teeter to Michael Jackson’s Thriller
Ages 13-18, October 28th, 2:30pm - 4:00pm, $20
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Wednesday, October 31st*
Stephanie Fox: Advanced Musical Theatre Dance
Ages 13-18, 7:30pm - 9:00pm, $20
No registration required
Other classes cancelled for Halloween? Take advantage of this special opportunity! Stephanie’s Level 3 Musical Theatre Dance class will be open to walk ins for one night only. Come in costume and learn choreography to “Sexy” from Mean Girls!
Friday, November 9th
Angela Hochman: Voice Over Workshop
Ages 13-18, 5:30pm - 6:00pm, $20
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Join Angela to learn about the lucrative world of voiceovers! From TV commercials to radio to website spots, work on techniques for delivering the most authentic readings and discuss the business of marketing yourself for voiceover work. Learn to record on a smartphone or microphone and export the file to a platform ready to send to agencies. Students will also work with scripts and record voiceover samples.