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Lewisville, TX, 75057

Since 1999, The Actors Conservatory Theatre has inspired children across North Texas to grow in their love of the performing arts, all while consistently providing audiences with high-quality, community-based children's theatre. Through many seasons, our mission has always remained the same: To foster the education of great classic literature for the young and young at heart, through a dedication to outstanding, all-inclusive, family-oriented theatre, right here in our own community.

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The American Revolution

  Homeschool Tuesdays February 13 – May 15, 2018 1:45 PM - 3:45 PM $205   SAVE $20! Early Enrollment goes through January 28, 2018 Installment payment plan available Tuition includes 12 classes/rehearsals, class folder, scripts, costumes, sets, props, and a staged performance

 

Homeschool Tuesdays

February 13 – May 15, 2018

1:45 PM - 3:45 PM

$205

 

SAVE $20! Early Enrollment goes through January 28, 2018

Installment payment plan available

Tuition includes 12 classes/rehearsals, class folder, scripts, costumes, sets, props, and a staged performance

Betsy Ross---a bit prone to exaggeration---tells her grandkids how the colonies became a nation. It's a difficult time: taxes are high, Sam Adams hates tea, and Paul Revere keeps forgetting his horse! The colonies don't even like each other that much, and John Hancock is spending way too much time practicing his signature. But it's a glorious story nevertheless, and will help enliven an exciting part of our history! The American Revolution: 1763-1789 reinforces students' familiarity with the following events and concepts: The French and Indian War, England's relationship with the Americas and European nations, England's Acts, duties, and levies on the Americas, The Boston Tea Party, Taxation without representation, Paul Revere, The Declaration of Independence, The nature of warfare during the revolution, The Treaty of Paris, The Articles of Confederation, State representation in Congress, The creation of the Constitution, The electoral college, and George Washington elected as the first president. Students in this classroom-based musical play will use this creative script to learn about all aspects of putting together a show, while studying the key events and concepts of the American Revolution from 1763-1789. They will take on every role, both on-stage and off, learning acting, voice, articulation, movement, and stage presence, all in the context of learning lines, playing roles, and preparing for performance. The last class will end in a staged show for friends and family!

Betsy Ross---a bit prone to exaggeration---tells her grandkids how the colonies became a nation. It's a difficult time: taxes are high, Sam Adams hates tea, and Paul Revere keeps forgetting his horse! The colonies don't even like each other that much, and John Hancock is spending way too much time practicing his signature. But it's a glorious story nevertheless, and will help enliven an exciting part of our history!

The American Revolution: 1763-1789 reinforces students' familiarity with the following events and concepts: The French and Indian War, England's relationship with the Americas and European nations, England's Acts, duties, and levies on the Americas, The Boston Tea Party, Taxation without representation, Paul Revere, The Declaration of Independence, The nature of warfare during the revolution, The Treaty of Paris, The Articles of Confederation, State representation in Congress, The creation of the Constitution, The electoral college, and George Washington elected as the first president.

Students in this classroom-based musical play will use this creative script to learn about all aspects of putting together a show, while studying the key events and concepts of the American Revolution from 1763-1789. They will take on every role, both on-stage and off, learning acting, voice, articulation, movement, and stage presence, all in the context of learning lines, playing roles, and preparing for performance. The last class will end in a staged show for friends and family!

Ages 7-13

12 weeks*

Class Starts February 13

PLAY PERFORMANCE: Tuesday, May 15 (Time TBD)

*The American Revolution: 1963-1789 will meet on most Tuesdays during the semester. There will be no class on March 13 in order to accommodate vacation/camp plans over LISD Spring Break 2018. The final class/rehearsal and performance is on Tuesday, May 15.


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The American Revolution: 1763-1789 (7-13)

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February 13 - May 15, 2018

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

$205.00 - ON SALE!

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*Early Enrollment goes through January 28.  For lowest rate, the full $205.00 tuition must paid in full by January 28. Tuition will increase to $215.00 on January 29 and to $225.00 on February 12.

Monthly Payment Plan Available:

  • February 1: $85.00
  • March 1: $70.00
  • April 1: $70.00

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