Session Dates


Sept.10 - Nov. 3

Showcase November 3

8 Week Session


Jan.14- March 9

Showcase March 9

8 Week Session



April 15- May 23

Showcase last day of class

6 Week Session (4:00-5:15)



October 8 & 9 (K-5th)


Theater Funzees"

January 21 (K-6th)

"Cabin Fever Creative Crafts & Characters"

We're Moving! ON HOLD!

April 11 & 12 (K-6th)

"Everything Grows Up - Jack & the Beanstalk and other Tall Tales"


After School Classes,

PIR Days & Workshops

Club Kaleidoscope refers to our three K-12 educational school-year sessions of classes that help develop young actors into "triple threats" on stage - able to act, sing and dance. Students receive age appropriate training in acting, character development, creative dramatics, improvisation, voice and diction, singing, movement, playmaking, and rehearsal technique.  Seasonal dance/musical classes are also offered. Session classes require regular attendance, but PIR Fun Days and workshops offer the flexibility of scheduled drop-in.

We've Moved.  Only limited SPRING CLASSES

& Workshops Available...

But they're FUN! :)

Acting, Song
& Creative Dramatics

Grades Elementary School

4 week session

Thursdays 4:00-6:00

April 18, 25, May 2, 9


Pilgrim Congregational Church

2118 South 3rd Avenue

Registration Open!

Class Descriptions

Fun With Improvisation!

Grades 5th-HS

6 week session

Tuesdays, 4:00-5:15

April 16, 23,30, May 7 (Thursday, May 9 makeup class), and May 21 (4:00-5:45 to include showcase)


Pilgrim Congregational Church

2118 South 3rd Avenue

Always a favorite, Improvisation is a great tool for loosening up the creative juices, going with the flow, and learning to work together ON THE SPOT!  Fun to watch and fun to do (even when doing some serious improv), this class helps teach engagement, quick thinking and teamwork and it grows confidence galore! Come play!

Acting, Song & Creative Dramatics provides an experience for elementary kiddos to creatively laugh and play while learning age appropriate theater exercises, games, and playful scenes. Teaching skills including teamwork, stage presence, voice, and character development, young actors will learn what it takes to do their best job to “tell the story” to an audience through face, body, voice, words, and song while having a ton of fun in the process. Musical theater and art crafts are woven into the curriculum to round things out and keep young actors creatively using their imaginations! A mini show and tell will happen on the last day of class!

Registration Open!