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New children's programs bring theatre to life at the Boston Conservatory

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Theatre helps to nurture young minds, develop socialization skills, gain confidence, and provides an exciting environment for children. Delivering over 200 shows a year, The Boston Conservatory offers a wide variety of music, dance, and theatre programs from youth to graduate level, designed to hone each student’s natural abilities and offer remarkable insight into the world of theatre. Visit www.bostonconservatory.edu for more information!

Boston Conservatory is thrilled to announce new children’s theatre programs set to kick off on Saturday, January 25! These programs, all part of the Boston Conservatory’s Extension Programs, will run for eight Saturdays through Saturday, March 22 with no class on Saturday, February 22. These programs are for grades one through five.

Start out with the children’s program for grades one through three called, ‘Sing-a-Musical.’ Students get a chance to explore every aspect of a kid-friendly Broadway musical. They will have the chance to bring the musical to life, complete with props and costumes. The class will be taught theatre games, singing and dancing.

Open for grades one through five, the new program ‘Page to Stage’ is designed to guide students through the basics of theatre such as playwriting, set design, and theatre games. Students will adapt a children’s book into a play and bring it to life onstage using costumes, sets, and props.

Classes will take place at the Boston Conservatory, 31 Hemeneay Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The last day to register for these classes is Friday, January 10. Click here for the full list of programs. Visit www.bostonconservatory.edu to register and for more information on all the classes Boston Conservatory has to offer!

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