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Winter Classes 2017

2017 WINTER CLASSES

We now have ONLINE REGISTRATION!  If you have participated in an NEYT class or show this summer or fall you most likely have an account setup in our new database.  Follow the directions below to access your account.  If you are new to NEYT you can create a new account.

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AN ACCOUNT HAS BEEN SET UP FOR YOUR FAMILY IF YOU HAVE TAKEN A CLASS AT NEYT THIS PAST SUMMER OR FALL.

Click on “Forgot Password” located on the right side under the orange Login button. You will be prompted to put in your email address. Please note that if your email address is not recognized; the account may be set up under a different parent. Please try this alternate address. (If neither works please contact the office).  You will then receive an email with the heading “Online Account Information”.  It will say “Click Here” to access your online account. Cut and paste your user name and password to login.

If you would like to change your password click on “Change Password” which is located on the top banner.  You can change your username when you access your account.

Go to “My Account” which is also located on the top banner.  Please check the information for accuracy.  This is where you can change your username.  Remember to save changes.

STUDENT INFORMATION
In order to check and update your student’s information choose “Contacts” which is located below the orange “Save” button.  Please click in the icon of a person to the far right of your student’s name.  This brings you to their personal information page.  Please complete ALL DETAILS; including medical information.  Again remember to click on the orange “Save” button.  This will bring you back to your own information

REGISTRATION is open for  Winter 2017.  A non-refundable deposit of $100 is due in order to register.  If you are interested in applying for financial aid you must contact the office. Deadline for applications is Wednesday, November 14.

PAYMENTS
You can view your invoices, registrations, and payments. You can also input your credit card information and it will be saved.  This is a safe and secure system verified by Trustwave.

Questions?  Please contact Michelle at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Elissa at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 802-246-6398 ext. 101 or 102. 

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JUNIOR COMPANY

PAGE TO STAGE Ages 6-9
Teacher: Amy Majer
January 17 – February 16
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4-5:30pm
Tuition $200

This is where maturing youngsters can build a deeper connection with theater by exploring the creation of character, script, scenery, and costume as they adapt a beloved children’s story into a play.

INTRO TO MUSICAL THEATRE Ages 9-11
Teacher: Hallie Flower
January 7 – March 11
Saturdays, 11-12:30pm
NO CLASSES January 14 and 28
Tuition $160

This class is an introduction to telling story through song. We will explore basic singing and dancing ideas using both group numbers and songs.

ACTING STUDIO Ages 10-13
Teacher: Katrina Spenceman
January 4 - March 1
Wednesdays, 4-5:30pm
NO CLASS February 22
Open presentation of short scenes on March 8th at 7pm
Tuition $160

This class is great opportunity for budding performers to further develop their acting technique. Students will explore specifying action and characterization through a variety of improvisational exercises and games.

SENIOR COMPANY

SKETCH COMEDY Ages 12-19
Teacher: Jane Baker
January 4 - March 1
Wednesdays 7-9pm
NO CLASS February 22
Tuition $200

Saturday Night Live, Upright Citizens Brigade, Boys in the Hall, Second City TV, and Monty Python all sustain their audience with what is known as Sketch Comedy. Sketch Comedy shows are a compilation of self-contained comedy skits that can last from 1 to 10 minutes each. Actors play many different roles during a sketch comedy show. (Think Fred Armison of SNL who might play Lawrence Welk, President Obama, and more on one week's episode!) Some sketches come from an improv that turns out too good to let go of and some are the result of someone coming up with an idea and sitting down and writing it! Some even come from a little of both improv and structured writing. We will be watching and learning from the shows mentioned above as well as writing our own pieces. This class will be a blast, so come with your improv and writing shoes on, or one of each, or flip flops.


DIRECTING STUDIO Ages 14 -19
Teacher: Hallie Flower
January 7 – March 4
Saturdays, 3-6pm
NO CLASS January 28
Open presentation on March 8 at 7pm
Tuition $200

Curious about the craft of directing? This class provides you an opportunity to try your hand. We will explore the fundamentals building blocks of directing: story, space, time, text, and communication – using short scenes from contemporary American drama. Open to all interests and experience.


FEBRUARY VACATION WEEK ACTING INTENSIVE Ages13-19
Snow Angel by David Lindsay-Abaire
Teacher: Hallie Flower
February 20  - February 24
Monday-Friday, 9-4pm
Performance Friday 24 at 7pm
Tuition $250

When the quiet town of Deerpoint, Vermont is hit by the biggest blizzard in 107 years, a mysterious girl steps out of the snow bank and into the lives of 15 confused teenagers who attempt to help her.

In this workshop, we will explore fundamental tools of acting through our work with this one-act play. There will be one evening performance as the culmination of this project.

MUSICAL THEATRE FUNDAMENTALS I, II, & III
Ages 12-19 – placement at the discretion of teacher
Teacher: Susan Haefner
January 7th – March 11th
Saturdays  NO CLASS January 14th, 28th

MUSICAL THEATRE FOUNDATIONS ONE
9-10:30am
Tuition $250

This class is designed for those that are at the beginning of their musical theatre training. Emphasis will be on basic technique of singing, dancing, acting and putting it all together. Audition technique, acting the song, and creating characters will all be explored through group and solo songs.

MUSICAL THEATRE FOUNDAITONS TWO
10:45-12:15pm
Tuition $250

This class is designed as a next step in musical theatre training. Emphasis will be on technique of singing, dancing, acting and putting it all together. Including duets. Audition technique, acting the song, and creating characters will all be explored through group and solo songs.

MUSICAL THEATRE FOUNDATIONS THREE
12:30 -2:30pm
Tuition $275

This class is for those students who have a strong musical theatre skill-set and are ready for more. In addition to refining and honing technique, time will be devoted to the student’s individual needs, including college prep or professional auditions. Goals of this class include building a "book" of repertoire, preparing for auditions, and learning what it takes to work on the professional level. Vocal, dance and acting technique will be incorporated into mock auditions, group songs and solos.

 

THEATRE ADVENTURE CLASS SCHEDULES

Wednesday Troupe:
Jan 18- May 24
9 am to 11:30 aM
SHOW: "The Princess and the Goblin"---May 18/19 at 10:30 am

Thursday Troupe
Jan 19- April 20
9 am to noon
SHOW: "A Midsummer Night's Dream"---April 13 at 10:30 am and April 14 at 7 pm


 

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