From time to time, Church Hill Theatre offers adults the opportunity to ease into the fun, inspiring and inventive world of onstage performance through Adult Education workshops. Past workshops have included classes on acting, improvisation and other performance skills. Future workshops may continue these skills to higher levels while also continuing to introduce acting, auditioning and other performance skills to new students.
Classes provide adults new to acting a safe and casual introductory environment that eliminates the nerves and stress of auditioning as a first attempt to try performing onstage. Many people come to onstage performance later in life, but many more would enjoy the opportunity if it did not mean starting off on a stage in front of lots of people auditioning for their first show.
Adult acting classes help introduce new actors while also helping experienced actors to learn new skills. For the classes we offer, we make a distinction in its description regarding the level of experience actors should have to get the most out of the class.
New classes, once planned and scheduled by the CHT Education Committee, will be announced in all local media as well as announced in the news section of this website. We look forward to seeing you at our classes and on our stage!
In order to be socially responsible to the Upper Shore Community, addressing the continuing health concerns over the spread of COVID-19, and in coordination with Public Health officials' recommendations regarding social distancing during this crisis, The Church Hill Theatre, Inc. has decided to temporarily close to the public, effective March 16, 2020 - March 29, 2020.
During this period of time, we will continue to monitor the situation and assess any potential for continuing our closure. Ticket sales through today's date will be honored with the use of flex tickets. The following performance and rehearsals are immediately affected by the current situation and will be postponed:
The Church Hill Theatre office is available remotely by email and our telephone line (410-556-6003) will be monitored on a daily basis.