2021/22 Season Information
9-12 Year Old Age Group
Registration for our 2021/22 Season will begin in June 2021
Our season will be broken into two separate terms: Fall Term (Sept-Dec 2021) and Winter/Spring (Jan-June 2022). Participants may choose to be involved with Tree House for both the Fall and Winter/Spring terms, or choose to be in only one.
Registration for our 2021/22 Season will begin in June. Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to June, including registration fee cost, which plays we will be performing, and which professional mentors we will be working with.
Due to COVID-19, space may be limited.
January to June 2022
9-12 year old participants will act alongside our 13-17 year old participants in the 3rd Annual Tree House One-Act Festival
The one-act festival will take place in June 2022
Those ages 9-12 may sign up to be members of the crew (backstage, light/sound board operator)
All participants (except directors) will audition for, and receive at least one role in the one-act plays
Rehearsals will take place Sunday afternoons from 12:00-6:00 and Tuesday evenings from 6:00-8:00
2021/22 Season Overview
Participants, ages 9-12, will learn basic theatre fundamentals in a fun, inclusive, and engaging environment. Participants will be cast in one-act plays, which they will perform in December 2021. These one-acts will light and fun, and the perfect way for them to begin their theatre journey.
They will then perform with our participants, aged 13-17, in our 3rd Annual Tree House One-Act Festival in June 2022. Throughout this season, participants will have fun while learning the theatre fundamentals.
We strive to set the standard for youth theatre education in Alberta, and do that with a team of professionals with both theatre training, and professional theatre experience.
September to December 2021
Rehearsing Sunday afternoons from 12:00-2:00
Participants will be working on a collection of one-act plays
These one-acts will be presented in December 2021
These one-acts will feature costumes, props, lights, a small set, and sound
The one-act plays will be a great way to introduce new participants to the stage, and performing