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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. For more information, email gabby@thehipp.org or call Gabby at (352) 373-5968 x 230 for more information.

Upcoming Youth Education Opportunities:

After School Classes | Ages 9 – 17
Jan. 28 – March 4 | Mondays 4 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

There is no better way to foster your child’s enthusiasm for art and theatre than through after-school classes at the Hippodrome Theatre! Our after-school series focuses on acting skills, improv and playwriting. Your children will be able to expand their storytelling abilities by developing character study, writing exercises and performance techniques. You won’t want to miss this action-packed and enriching experience, and neither will your kids!

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Spring Break Camps | Ages 5 – 18
April 1 – April 5| Monday – Friday 8:45 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Hippodrome Spring Break camp is everything you’d want for your child during their spring break week! Its fun, active and engaging and includes classes in improv, storytelling, costuming, prop making, voice, movement, acting for theatre and film, and much more in a dynamic learning environment through the entire Spring Break. At the end of the camp, family and friends are invited to a reception and showcase highlighting scenes and artwork the campers created.


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Summer Spectacular
Ages 8 – 18, June 3 – 21 & July 8 – July 26
Monday – Friday 8:45 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Summer Spectacular campers explore a variety of theatre classes, movement, art classes as well as acting for the screen. Designed to give young people a glimpse into the performing arts classes are taught by theatre artists with years of experience in theatre education. The camp culminates with a performance on the Hippodrome’s Mainstage where the students put all they have learned in their classes into action. This year Summer Spectacular presents “The Wizard of Oz.”

This year Summer Spectacular presents “The Wizard of Oz”When the lights go up and Dorothy finds herself in the land of Oz—being hailed by the Munchkins for saving them from the Wicked Witch of the East—it is a pretty bewildering experience for a little girl from Kansas. But Dorothy bravely sets out to find a way back home and soon meets noble friends: the Scarecrow seeking brains, the Cowardly Lion who wants courage and the Tin Woodman who desires a heart above everything.

Youth Ensemble
Ages 5 – 8
June 24 – 28, July 29 – Aug. 2, Aug. 5 – 9
Monday – Friday, 8:45 a.m. – 5 p.m.
This summer our Youth Ensemble will dive into the world of fairy tales and bring a few to life on stage at the Hipp. Campers will playfully explore what it takes to plan, build and perform a play. They’ll enjoy arts and crafts while working on the behind-the-scenes elements of props, costumes, sets and lights. They’ll have fun exercising their imaginations and developing control of their bodies and voices to create characters for their play. At the end of the week we’ll all delight in what they create and share with us on stage (and backstage) at the Hipp!

Storytellers Camp
Ages 5 – 18, July 1 – 3
Monday – Friday, 8:45 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
This 3-day camp focuses on the age old art of storytelling. Under the guidance of our theatre artists, campers will share stories, learn the craft and get comfortable speaking in front of an audience.

Upcoming Adult Education Opportunities:

Improv for Business with Matt Lindsay
Jan. 28 – March 4
Mondays 6:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Students will learn how improv can help them unlock creative potential, solve problems, listen and react, and make more effective decisions in this class with Hippodrome Company member Matt Lindsay! Lindsay has utilized his talents onstage and off to develop this series for the Hippodrome Education department. This class is designed for anyone who wants to improve their business and/or interpersonal communication skills. Each session focuses on a different aspect of these and will work to develop them into strengths.

Mini Observership for “Miracle on South Division Street”
Feb. 8, Feb. 15 & Feb. 27
The behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it takes to create a Hippodrome Theatre mainstage production is back with the heartfelt comedy “Miracle on South Division Street” Mini Observership, beginning Friday, Feb. 8.

– Friday, February 8 (12:45 – 3 p.m.) – Meet the cast and director, attend the first read-through, see design presentations.
– Friday, February 15 (3 – 5 p.m.) – Discuss the creative process with the designers and attend a rehearsal with the actors.
– Wednesday, February 27 (7 – 10 p.m.) – Preview performance and notes afterwards with the cast.

The Hippodrome’s Observership is a backstage pass to a world few audience members get to see. You will have the opportunity to join the cast and designers from the first rehearsal to the last. Question the actors about their craft. Learn how the designers create the world of the play. Become an active member of the Hippodrome creative family and join us to delve, dig, and discover how a show goes from the pages to the stage!