Adult Classes

´╗┐Bay Street Theater is committed to helping the community learn about theater in a variety of ways. You can contact our Education department by email at education@baystreet.org or by phone at 631-725-0818 ext. 213

The following protocols* will be in place for the safety of all staff, workshop attendees, and visitors:

  • Face coverings are required upon entry to the theater.

  • Please bring proof of vaccination on the first day of camp.

  • Routine cleaning and disinfecting will be conducted, especially of all performance props and shared spaces.

*Protocols will be adjusted to reflect most current NYS and CDC guidance for outdoor camps. For the latest information, please call 631 725 0818.

If a workshop is canceled due to lack of participants, registrants will be notified and reimbursed prior to the start date of each camp. If a registration is canceled for a workshop that is confirmed to occur, no refunds will be offered. Registrants will receive notification that all payments are non-refundable at time of purchase.

For any questions, or further information about our camp offerings, contact Director of Education & Community Outreach, Allen O’Reilly, at allen@baystreet.org.

 

Upcoming Adult Classes Shows & Events

Adult Workshop—Meghan Rafferty’s On-Camera Acting Class
Category: Education October 1 at 10:00am

The class is open to beginners as well as seasoned professionals. Each week participants will be given a new scene to work on; one of the weeks will be focused on “cold reading,” a common phenomenon in the world of auditioning for film and television.

Adult Workshop—Just for Laughs Improv! with Scott Baker
Category: Education October 3 at 7:00pm

Join improv master Scott Baker and learn both short form and character development improvisation techniques.

Adult Workshop—Ballroom Dancing Lessons with Touch Dancing
Category: Education September 27 and October 4

Under the guidance of Touch Dancing Artistic Director Alphonso Triggiani and his associates, participants will learn “real dancing for real people” and will focus on aspects of “social dancing” as opposed to competitive ballroom dancing.