Shea's Master Class Program allows high school students in grades 9-12 to explore the various aspects of the performing and literary arts. Every master class is connected to a specific production presented at Shea's PAC or Shea's 710 Theatre. Students have the opportunity to learn from working professionals in the arts, receive complimentary tickets to a Shea's PAC or Shea's 710 Theatre show and meet cast members from the production they are studying. There is no fee to participate in this program. Students must apply each year to be considered for the program and enrollment is limited.

Participants are determined through an application process and selected on the strength of their application and need demonstrated. Master Class workshops typically last 2 and a half hours and meet once or twice a week for approximately 6 weeks. At the end of the program a performance of student work is presented in Shea's Smith Theatre for an invited audience of family and friends.

Stay tuned for information about our Spring 2017 Master Class Program.

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