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6th Street Studio
Where the play happens
Education Staff

NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR 2022-23 CLASSES

The North Bay go-to place for actors

At 6th Street Studio, we focus on three things – the fun, the process and the quality.

Our theater education programs help our students grow their social, creative and communication skills. We show them how to find the fun in new situations, to become more aware of themselves and others, and to keep their attention in the right place–the quality of the experience 

We provide a space to do great things:

Learn and practice new skills

Try on new characters and intentions

Interact with new people in new ways

Practice empathy by stepping into each other’s shoes.

At 6th Street Studio, you’ll discover new aspects of yourself, and a deeper sense of connection to others.

COVID Information

Mask & Vaccine Policies: Masks will no longer be required, but are highly recommended, for attendance at performances or special events. Proof of vaccination for Covid-19 will no longer be required.

Rehearsals: Masks are strongly recommended, but not required. During rehearsals, and especially as we get closer to performances, ANY illness may result in the inability to participate in rehearsal and/or performances.

If your child has cold symptoms, nausea or a fever we ask you to keep them home. If your child becomes ill with covid, we require proof of a negative COVID-19 test to return. An at home rapid-test OR PCR test are acceptable. We plan to have kids perform without masks.

We currently do not require your child to be vaccinated to participate.

COVID Policy
Our policies are changing to reflect California mandates and CDC Guidelines as information is available. Visit our COVID Policy page for more information.

We offer

A WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM

Learn how to make new friends

Our students and teachers learn how to practice the “yes,and” of improvisation, how to take chances in a supportive environment. It’s a great place for finding self-awareness and acceptance.

Director Anne Warren Clark

Learn how to do it

Our young actors learn how to sing and dance, how to memorize, how to write their own stories and put them on stage. Fun and challenging.

Learn how to build it

Our students learn how to do things on and off stage. Working with seasoned professionals, they get a taste of the magic and a look at the practical aspects of theatre.

Questions?

Director of Education

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