Session: Spring 2024
Chapter:  Roseville
Location:  Valley Springs Church
Time:  4:00pm - 6:15pm
Day:  Friday
Starts:  03/15
Ages:  8 - 12
Tuition:  $230.00
Open Spots:  0

** Registration ended April 4, 2024 at 11:00pm

This class is full!


***If interested - please place your name on the waitlist  HERE and register for your first choice alternate class.  If room becomes available, you will be contacted.

Find your character, make new friends and develop your acting skills in this core drama class. Learn the skills you need for expressing comedy and drama with honest reactions and emotions. By focusing on understanding the different parts of a script, the central message, overarching storyline, and the motivation of individual characters, young actors will improve their ability to portray the characters within it. 

NO REFUNDS OF ANY KIND OR CHANGES 2 weeks before the first day camp/class begins. Prior to 2 weeks a $25.00 cancellation fee per class is applied to refunds. Refunds are returned to the original form of payment. Camp/class changes are subject to availability. Tuition must be paid in full in order to register online for camp/class.


Samuel Quinzon

Sam Quinzon is a certified actor combatant for the Society of American Fight Directors, holding certifications in unarmed, rapier & dagger, broadsword, sword & shield, knife, and firearms. He loves spreading the art form in any shape he can and is very passionate about passing on his knowledge to the next generation. Originally receiving a BA in psychology from Jessup University, he eventually found that bringing stories to life on stage was a stronger passion, and so decided to dive in head first. He has worked as an actor, fight director, and instructor at Jessup University, Sacramento Theatre Company, Americana Theatre Company, and, most recently, at the Great American Melodrama, where he also served as an MC for their Christmas show. Out of the numerous shows that he has done, the most influential would have to be Treasure Island, his first ever stage combat show, which in his words, "the first time someone let me swing a sword around on stage without getting in trouble!" Currently he is serving as the adjunct professor for stage combat at Jessup University and is involved in their production of Shakespeare's Henry V.


Alex Keyes

Alex is a student at American River College pursuing a degree in theatre arts. Alex is a CYT alumni and is thrilled to be back as a teacher! Working with kids has always been a source of joy throughout her life as she has grown up volunteering in nurseries at church and surrounded by a small army of cousins. Alex has loved theatre since she was 8 years old, and has since performed with a myriad of companies from her hometown of Auburn and in the greater Sacramento area. Alex spent two years on the CYT improv team and has now ventured out into the improv community at American River College. She is so pleased to share her love of improv and be immersed in the CYT community once again to share the wonders of Yes, and!


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