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Acting Classes

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Acting classes at The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem build professional skills, spark creativity, inspire confidence, and foster new friendships!


Whether you are new to the stage or a veteran performer looking to hone your craft, you will find something to challenge and inspire you.

Spring acting classes have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but we invite you to join us for a special online Acting 101 course.

Learn how to register for this free course below: 



Ages: High School - Adult

April 20 - May 16, 2020

Instructor: Britt Stone

Location: Your home!

Join us for The Little Theatre's new acting course, taught entirely online! Videos will be released on Mondays at 10 am introducing the week's subject. The following Saturdays at 10 am, the class will meet online via Zoom to discuss the new concepts and work on techniques. 

Class topics:

April 20 & 25
The Components of the Actor and Emotion

April 27 & May 2
The Actor’s World and How to Build It

May 4 & 9
How to Build a Character with the Body

May 11 & 16
Building Onstage Relationships through Improv

Register for the course by emailing to get the Zoom link. We are offering these classes free to the community, but donations are highly appreciated as they are the theatre's only income during this time. 

Britt Cannino Stone

Britt Stone

Britt Stone was last seen onstage at The Little Theatre in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). She graduated with a degree in Acting and Directing from UNC-G, where she created the first on-campus improv comedy troupe, and performed with touring troupes such as The Second City and The Upright Citizens’ Brigade. She continues to perform improv in Winston-Salem and Greensboro while running the local troupe, Bunker Dogs, with her husband Alex Stone. She has been studying, teaching and coaching improv for many years, and hopes to involve others, no matter their skill level, in the magical world of on-the-spot thinking and performance.

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