Next Generation School of Theatre: Winter/Spring Break-a-Leg

Students can spend their breaks exploring the world of theatre and storytelling through games, improvisation exercises, movement work, and design projects in online, age appropriate classes that emphasize teamwork, imagination, creative exploration, and confidence building.

Virtual, join from anywhere! Class descriptions below.


April 5-9, 2021



Class Descriptions:


Ages 5-8: Improv & Imagination
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM EST
An early introduction to the fun and creative world of improvisation. Students will learn to work collaboratively, to use their imaginations, and to be brave and kind as they play theatre games and explore storytelling.
Lead Teacher: Pooja Chawla
Full Week: $75*
Ages 9-14: Totally Improv
2:00 – 3:30 PM EST
The class will include an exploration of improv games and techniques; and will use improv exercises to inspire confidence and creativity in young artists.
Lead Teacher: Rachel Garmon
Full Week: $100*
Ages 11-16: Musical Theatre Performance Lab
12:30 – 2:00 PM EST
Working with a skilled musical theatre artist, students will have the chance to explore storytelling through song, acting in a musical, and audition techniques. The class will also include the chance to do a mock audition in a nurturing environment.
Lead Teacher: Sandrinne Edström
Full Week: $100*



July 5-August 20, 2021

Grades 2-10

Making summer plans for your young artist? Hangar Theatre’s Next Generation School of Theatre will be back in person this summer. We’ll be operating at reduced capacity, with Covid safety measures in place, while continuing to offer fun and creative summer classes that provide students with an unforgettable learning experience in the arts. Visit our Next Generation School of Theatre page for summer class details.

Registration opens 3/19!





Limited financial aid available for all Hangar Education programs.

Scholarship Request Form

We also offer the chance to purchase a class for a student as a pay-it-forward initiative. For additional questions or to contribute to our Pay-it-Forward fund, please email