Fall Youth Programs
LDTC’s Youth Camps & Classes provide theatre-based education programs to Summit County’s youth. While students gain knowledge and skills in the performance arts through theatre, music, and dance classes, the program’s ultimate focus is to broaden perspectives, build confidence, and bolster community ties through shared experiences.
The health and well-being of your student(s) is our top priority. Mandatory face masks, regular temperature testing, consistent physical distancing, ongoing hand washing and enhanced sanitation procedures will be included in the daily protocols. We understand that families may have questions and also have different levels of comfort as it relates to policies and procedures moving forward.
We invite parents and interested parties to join us for an online forum via Zoom as we review our policies and expectations regarding our 2020 Fall Education Programs. This interactive forum has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 29 at 6:30 PM. Details on how to register for this online forum will be posted HERE on or before September 29 at 5 PM.
ZOOM MEETING WITH YOUTH PARENTS
Topic: Youth Education Parent Information Meeting
Time: September 29 at 6:30 PM Mountain Time
To ask questions, please call us at 970.513.1151 X 106 or email Melissa here. As we have more information, we will update our website, as well.
Holiday Follies Kids!
Wednesdays beginning October 7
1 to 5 PM
Holiday Follies Kids! gives students the opportunity to create their own Holiday Show based around “the most wonderful time of the year!” The class will culminate in an original performance of scenes, monologues, dances, and songs.
Holiday Follies JR
Tues/Thurs beginning October 6
4:30 to 6:30 PM
Holiday Follies Jr! offers preteens and teens the chance to create a unique holiday show appropriate for older youth and teenagers. Focusing on building skills in acting, singing and dancing, the class will culminate in an original performance.