General Information

SoFA Acting classes can help your child become self confident and assured.¬† Acting classes not only help them to prepare for school and community theater auditions, but they teach self expression and vocal delivery fitting for job interviews, oral presentations, and everyday life as well.¬†Training for a stage performance in theater can strengthen your child’s self esteem and give them a community of people that share a common interest.

Classes meet on Tuesdays.  Scroll down for class descriptions.


  • Audition preparation
  • Grow self-confidence
  • Strengthen school and work skills
  • Strengthen self-esteem
  • Provide like-minded community

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Class Descriptions

Acting Class, Heather Anderson

Instructor Heather Anderson uses a combination of teaching and hands-on experience to instruct students in acting basics, various acting techniques, and character interpretation. Students will participate in script reading, scene work, monologues, improvisation, and acting games. A special focus is placed on preparing students for successful auditions. Class recommended for grades 2-12. Students in kindergarten or first grade should read well prior to joining class, as there is a heavy emphasis on script reading

Class meets on Tuesdays 5:30-6:30PM
Tuition is $45 per month September-April

STARS Program, Jennifer Gregory

This conservatoire-style acting program, offered in the Summer, gives students real-world hands-on audition experience, even for a complete beginner.
In this class, students learn how to read sight unseen, understand the story arc within a scene, learn how to slate their name at an audition, how to hit the mark, and even basic dance moves that they
might encounter in a musical theater audition.
Each student will be encouraged to learn lines, prepare scenes, and understand the breakdown of a
character when preparing for an audition.


Heather Anderson


Jenny Gregory

STARS Summer Camps

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