Theater Classes at PAC – Now In-Person

Theater provides so many opportunities for expression for children and adults alike. Through creativity, theater program participants learn new ways to communicate with the world and have a lot of fun doing it. Our current line-up of theater classes are a huge hit with our students and provide opportunities to learn new skills.

For a complete list of current class offerings through PAC, be sure to check out our calendar page. If you’re ready to sign up, register today!

All tuition noted below.

Scholarships available.

*Annual Registration Fee: $30 per student up to a max of $60 per family (Sept. 1, 2021 to Aug. 31, 2022)

Email pac@pacmetrowest or call 508-875-5554 for more information about group theater classes.

PAC Spring 2022 Classes Schedule

Classes for Kids and Adults

Scene Study

AGES: 8-10

DAY & TIME: Monday, 5:00-5:45 pm (45 min.)

STARTS: April 4, 2022

8 week course

INSTRUCTOR: Allison Backus

TUITION: $160*

This course serves as a part 2 to the Intro to Acting Class offered last semester or an introduction to acting for children. Students will exercise their creativity and critical thinking skills as they work their way through the course. Students will be introduced to mindfulness exercises and improvisations. Short scenes and monologues will be assigned allowing students to learn both collaboratively and individually. This workshop is an excellent opportunity for creative children to gain confidence, feed their creativity, and work on everyday skills like collaboration, communication, and reading comprehension.


AGES: Adults, 18+

DAY & TIME: Tuesday, 5:00-6:00 pm (60 min.)

STARTS: April 5, 2022

8 week course

INSTRUCTOR: Allison Backus

TUITION: $160*

Did you do theater in high school? In college? This course is for you! This course offers adults the opportunity to return to the performing arts in a collaborative and experimental environment. Students will workshop scenes and monologues and explore a variety of acting methodologies while fine-tuning skills in improvisation and mindfulness. With a focus on contemporary and diverse dramatic texts, students will have the opportunity to explore and discuss the power of performance. While this course is designed for adults with some experience in the performing arts, all are welcome.