Murder’s in the Heir performance dates have been tentatively rescheduled for April 25, 26 and 27!
Due to the situation with the coronvirus, we have tentatively rescheduled the performance dates of our production of Murder’s in the Heir for April 24, 25 and 26 at 7:00pm at Kirk in the HIlls.
As a precaution, we will be cancelling all rehearsals until after April 3. We will be monitoring the situation very carefully in the next few weeks and if the situation worsens, then all rehearsals and performances will be cancelled.
Tickets that have already been purchased can be exchanged for the performance dates on April 24, 25 and 26 or they can be fully refunded. Payment for shout-outs, ads and sponsorships will also be fully refunded if the show is cancelled.
We will continue to keep everyone updated as we get more information or if the situation changes.
Thursday evening classes postponed until April 30
“Murder’s in the Heir” – A Murder Mystery Comedy!
This event sells out quickly! Don’t wait, hurry and get your tickets now! This event is a fundraiser for Acting Out Kids Community Theatre.
*This is a family friendly event, but is not be suitable for children ages 5 and younger.*
Tickets can be purchased online at EventBrite.com (click on the link below) or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Murder’s in the Heir” by Billy St. John – Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Denver, Colorado.
Thank you to our current sponsors:
Gramer Funeral Home
2020 Clawson Runs – Freedom 5k and Firecracker Mile
AUGUST 2020 – ONE WEEK FILM CAMP (ages 9-18)
JUNIOR THEATRE CLASS (Ages 3 ½-5)
Kids will have fun learning basic acting and improv skills by playing a variety of acting and improv games designed for our youngest performers. This class will focus on creativity, imagination and pretend play. Perfect for kids that love to act and have a flair for drama!
ACTING AND IMPROV CLASS (ages 6-9 & 10-18)
*Two teachers – one teacher for kids ages 6-9 and another teacher for kids ages 10-18*
Kids will learn acting, improv and public speaking skills through a variety of acting and improv games, activities, monologues and skits. This class is perfect for both new and experienced actors and is great for building confidence, making new friends and having lots of fun! There will be two teachers for this class, one teacher for kids ages 6-9 and another teacher for kids ages 10-18.
“CHANNEL MAGNIFICENT” ONLINE SHOW (ages 9-18)
Be a part of our thrilling new concept and join the Acting Out Kids to create and star in a fun online show. Known as America’s Worst Cable Station, bring to life Channel Magnificent’s insane shows. This will be fast-paced, fun and crazy! New show every session!
AUGUST 2020 – ONE WEEK FILM CAMP (ages 9-18)
MONTHLY WORKSHOPS AND EVENTS (ages 7-18)
We offer a Friday night workshop or social event each month. The workshops and social events are a great way for kids to make new friends and to have fun on a Friday night!
Space is limited and advance registration is required for all classes, workshops, auditions and productions. For more information about our schedule or to register, please contact email@example.com.
*There is an additional $25 annual registration fee per child for the classes, camps, YouTube shows, films and productions. The $25.00 annual registration fee only needs to be paid once per year and is good for one year from the month it was paid.*
Payment must be made by cash or check only (sorry, we don’t take credit cards). Refunds will not be given after the start of the class, camp, YouTube show, film, production, workshop or event.
COLLECTING ITEMS FOR CHARITY
Giving back to the community is an important aspect of our theatre. We collect items to donate to a variety of local charities and organizations on an ongoing basis. Some of these include Clawson Food Pantry, Gleaners Food Bank, Lighthouse, South Oakland Shelter, items for homebound senior citizens and items for animals at various shelters and rescues. Everyone is welcome to donate items whenever they like, but it is never required.
If anyone would like to donate nonperishable food items, toiletries, etc. for local food pantries and shelters and/or items for the animals (dog or cat food, dog or cat toys, collars, leashes, carriers, bedding, old sheets, towels or blankets, cat litter, newspapers, paper towels, cleaning supplies, etc.), please feel free to bring in any of the above items to any of our classes, workshops and events. We will collect items on an ongoing basis, so please feel free to donate as often as you would like!
We have a collection box located at Clawson City Hall and we will also be collecting items during our murder mystery production of “Murder’s in the Heir” on March 27, 28 and 29 at Kirk in the Hills. Please feel free to leave items in our collection box (you can leave both animal items and other items in the same collection box).
*If anyone would like to donate directly to Lighthouse or to I Heart Dogs Rescue & Animal Haven, please click on the links below for more information about each organization and to view their wish lists. Items for each organization can be dropped off in person or delivered directly through Amazon.*
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