March 21 - April 26

Making It Up As We Go!

Improvisation is a great way to learn how to think on your feet more quickly, build your listening and communication skills, and have a lot of fun while you’re at it. Improv is, essentially, acting without a script. Each class is designed for a specific age group to create a safe and supportive environment for the participants. Absolutely no experience is necessary!

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Classes

Improv for Beginners – Ages 6-8

These introductory games are a great way for young students to learn how to focus their creative energy.

Mondays

4:00-5:00p.m.

Incredible Improv – Ages 9-12

Students will be engaged and challenged as they step into these fun, fast-paced games.

Mondays

5:15-6:15p.m.

Tuesdays

4:00-5:00p.m.

Improv for Teens – Ages 13-18

This class will challenge students with longer-form improv exercises, focusing on storytelling and character development.

Tuesdays

5:15-6:15p.m.

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Theatre classes at Civic are always a good time!  Our engaging and supportive environment will help students learn and develop core stage skills, build self-confidence, and have a lot of fun doing it!

ACADEMY PROGRAM

Waukesha Civic Theatre will provide a full summer theatre program – information and registration March 15!

Waukesha Civic Theatre Academy offers year-round arts education programs for ages 6+ in improvisation, comedy, character development, dance, and acting.

Search for the class or camp you with to take and register online!

WCT staff will be available to answer your questions and process your payments and requests during the business hours.

Credit cards accepted are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express, with a $5 minimum on credit cards, and cash and checks are accepted at the Box Office.

Financial Aid

WCT Academy Scholarship Program
In honor of John Cramer
John Cramer was the Managing Artistic Director of WCT from June 2003 to February 2019.  During that time, he worked tirelessly to build a thriving education program.  In 2008, he created the full time position of Education and Outreach Administrator.  One of the goals of this newly expanding education program was to provide affordable and accessible opportunities to the entire community.  To that end, he helped develop a financial assistance program which, by the time John left in 2019, was providing $10,000 in scholarships and free or reduced tuition programming.
On June 10, 2021, this program was rededicated as the WCT Academy Scholarship Program in honor of John Cramer. Waukesha Civic Theatre maintains a strong commitment to making our Academy and Academy Productions programs accessible to all students – regardless of financial circumstances. Need-based financial aid is available to any student. Download our Financial Assistance Registration Form HERE