Acting Classes

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company offers a variety of educational experiences for all ages taught by CSC Resident Actors including our prestigious Groundlings and Groundlings Junior programs. Class takes place at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s brand new location at The Otto M. Budig Theater!

Groundlings Program

Teen Acting Classes

6th—9th Graders

Groundlings Junior, Shakespeare Acting

This is an acting class for 6th-9th grade students who are interested in furthering their acting skills and understanding of Shakespeare. The emphasis of the program will be on learning basic acting skills, working together as an ensemble, and speaking Shakespeare’s text. Workshops on movement, voice, text analysis, character development, and Shakespearean performance will take place throughout the program. By working together through theatre games and scene work, actors in the program will experience the excitement of the artistic process.

This class takes place at The Otto M. Budig Theater.
Instructors: Kyle Brumley and Miranda McGee

Dates for the 2017-2018 School Year will be posted soon!

This class meets for 8 sessions in the fall semester and 8 sessions in the spring semester on Sundays, 6-8:30pm. Students are encouraged but not required to participate in both semesters.

10th—12th Graders

Groundlings, Shakespeare Acting

This is an acting ensemble developed to provide 10th-12th grade students with the opportunity to learn performance techniques from professional actors while studying Shakespeare and his texts. This 20-week acting-intensive program includes workshops, text analysis, and training in both voice and movement. CSC’s Groundlings provides students with the tools they need to develop their acting talents in a fun and nurturing environment.

This program is audition only for NEW members.

This class takes place at The Otto M. Budig Theater.
Instructors: Jeremy Dubin and Sara Clark

Dates for the 2017-2018 School Year will be posted soon.

This class meets for 10 sessions in the fall semester and 10 sessions in the spring semester on Saturdays 9-11:30am. Students are required to participate in both semesters.