To register for the Preschool in the Valley Program, click here.

Students in this program will:

    • develop effective communication skills,
    • learn to feel comfortable standing in front of a large group,
    • participate in acting and improvisational games and activities designed to foster creativity, teamwork and willingness to take risks,
    • strengthen speaking and comprehension skills,
    • gain exposure to great writers (from Dr. Seuss to Shakespeare),
    • learn musical theatre songs from Broadway and off-Broadway shows, and
    • have lots of fun!

When will this program be offered? 

Tuesday afternoons from 1:20 to 2:10 p.m.

FALL SESSION (10-weeks): October 3 to December 11, with a week off at Thanksgiving

WINTER/SPRING SESSION(10-weeks): January 16 to March 20

Who should sign up? This program is open to all Preschool in the Valley students.

 


Tuition and Payment Information

 

$175 per 10-week session; scholarships are available – email facetimetheatre@gmail.com to request more information

 

How do I register?

To register and pay tuition, visit the Preschool in the Valley Registration page.

Facetime also offers classes and lessons at its studio in the Franklin Commons for students all of ages and levels. If you are interested in classes at the studio, visit the Phoenixville Studio page to see the class descriptions and to register.


Why is Performing Arts Education Important?

Performing arts education is an important part of every student’s overall development. Every child, regardless of experience, personality or skill level can benefit from experience and education in the performing arts.

Performing Arts Experience & Education Leads to Higher Academic Achievement

“Numerous studies have demonstrated a correlation between drama involvement and academic achievement …”

drama can play a significant role in the continual development of students’ reading comprehension skills.”

Source: American Alliance for Theatre & Education

Performing Arts Experience & Education Builds Communication Skills, Improves Self-Esteem & Increases confidence in Academic Ability

“In addition to building social and communication skills overall, involvement in drama courses and performance has been shown to improve students’ self-esteem as well as their confidence in their academic abilities.”

Source: American Alliance for Theatre & Education

Performing Arts Experience & Education Helps to Bridge the Achievement Gap

“Arts education makes a tremendous impact on the developmental growth of every child and has been proven to help level the ‘learning field’ across socio-economic boundaries.”

Source: Caterrall, Chapleau, & Iwanaga,
Involvement in the Arts and Human Development


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Questions?

Call 610.983.4636 or email jpotts@facetimetheatre.org with any questions.

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