Wellesley Theatre Project is now accepting registrations for its Winter and Spring sessions open to all students Pre-K through 12th grade. All classes and rehearsals begin the week of January 25th. Wellesley Theatre Project offers classes and workshops in acting, musical theatre dance, private voice lessons, and private dance lessons. Classes and productions are open enrollment and designed for youth with or without previous experience. Weekly Winter and Spring classes run for eight weeks.

In person and virtual options are available. In person classes and production rehearsals will take place at the Wellesley Theatre Project Studios, located at the Wellesley Community Center (219 Washington St. Wellesley, MA 02481). For our in person programing, we will be limiting enrollment numbers, using large classrooms, wearing masks, and socially distancing! For more information on our Covid-19 policies and procedures, visit here.

Enrollment is also open for Wellesley Theatre Project’s enrollment based production class, School House Rock, Jr. This production class is open to all students 2nd-12th grade. The singing auditions will be submitted virtually by Jan. 22nd from selections of the show and dancing and acting auditions will happen on the first in-person rehearsal day for each cast, the week of January 26th. Students will meet once a week from 4:00-6:30pm with their cast on their assigned day and then meet as a group on Zoom to rehearse music on Saturdays from 12:00pm-2:00pm. The rehearsal process for School House Rock, Jr. will run through May 21st and the final product will be shared via a ticketed, streaming event.

Wellesley Theatre Project is a nonprofit devoted to providing students with the opportunity to study and experience theatre and performing arts through classes, staged productions, private lessons, workshops and summer camps. WTP empowers youth with life skills learned through exceptional performing arts education, and then challenges them to become Citizen Artists – improving the quality of life in their local and global community by emphasizing collaboration, cultural and social understanding. For more information visit www.wellesleytheatreproject.org or email info@wellesleytheatreproject.org.