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Education


About the Hippodrome’s Education Programs

The Hipp provides quality arts education for all ages. The region’s most dynamic and experienced teachers lead our camps and classes. Children are supported as an individual in a non-competitive, enriching environment through a spirit of inclusion, acceptance, and positivity. The Hippodrome also offers a growing roster of classes for adults, including Hipp-provisation, Scene Study, Storytelling, and multiple Play Observerships in conjunction with the Mainstage season.

The Hippodrome has also introduced such innovative programs as the New Play Reading Series, the Teen Playwright Festival, Theatre Arts Series and has hosted more than 200 visual arts exhibits, artistic residencies, master classes, festivals, and guest artist presentations.

Through all of its combined programs, the Hippodrome serves more than a quarter of a million patrons annually.

Want to learn more and register? Visit the links below for specific program information and registration forms. Email gabby@thehipp.org or call Gabby at (352) 373-5968 x 230 for more information.

Upcoming Youth Education Opportunities:


After School: A Musical Revue
Ages 9-16
Sept. 16- Oct. 14
After School: A Musical Revue is designed to expose students to a variety of theatrical elements such as scene work, choreography, singing and writing.
Separated by age groups, students will take turns learning the history behind youth in musical theater and how to write and perform their own comedic sketches based on what they learn.
The class culminates with a Vaudeville-style variety show on the where the students put all they have learned in their classes into action.

Upcoming Adult Education Opportunities:


Writing for the Screen
Mondays Sept. 16 – Oct. 21
6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Writing anything starts with thoughts and a blank page. Writing a screenplay means filling the page with a story that uses a time-tested formula of story-telling to engage and entertain a reader before it hits the screen.
Writing For The Screen is an adult education course designed to introduce participants to the basics of writing a screenplay. Learn to create a logline, think about your protagonist and antagonist and plot a story in a screenplay format. 
Students will be provided with tips, tricks and rules of writing for the screen and learn to recognize these tools in popular movies and scripts.
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