Preschool Theatre is designed for students ages 3-6 and focuses on literacy, expression, movement, and storytelling through creative drama activities. This class begins to introduce students to basic theatrical terms and skills such as stage, performance, audience, actor, narrator, storytelling, body language, facial expression, and vocal tone. This class encourages students but never forces participation—instead we allow the student to observe and decide to join the ‘fun’ when they are ready. This fosters personal decision making and confidence. Although this class is not performance driven, most classes are ready to share an original story at the end of the semester. Each semester focuses on one or two specific theatrical skills, with all elements being introduced over 4 semesters, and ends with an open class for family and friends.

First Baptist Church Preschool Theatre (ages 3-6)

9:00 Mondays beginning August 14- Oct 2

8 classes at $100 (includes t-shirt)

Lindenwood Preschool Preschool Theatre (ages 3-6)

9:30 Wednesdays beginning August 16-Oct 11

8 classes at $100 (includes t-shirt)

Maria Montessori School Preschool Theatre (ages 3-6)

3:30 Mondays beginning Sept. 11-Oct 16 and Nov. 13-Dec 11

9 classes at $115 (includes t-shirt)

**Grace St. Luke's School Preschool Theatre (ages 3-6)

3:30 Thursdays beginning August 24- Oct. 12

6 classes at $100

**denotes registration through participating school and not through SunFish Children's Theatre



Elementary Theatre ( After School Theatre Program) is designed for students entering Senior Kindergarten through the fifth grade. This class begins to introduce elements of performance but is still based in creative drama techniques. Other theatre skills that are worked on in Elementary Theatre are projection, diction, blocking, areas of the stage, character development (voice, movement, expression), playwriting, plot analysis, and memorization. Each semester focuses on a type or genre of theatre (improvisation, skit comedy, drama, musical theatre, etc.) and ends with a performance of an original play written by the class in that particular style.

Maria Montessori School Elementary Theatre (E1-E2; 1st grade- 5th grade)

3:30 Tuesdays beginning Sept. 12-Oct. 17 and Nov. 14- Dec. 12

10 classes at $140 (includes t-shirt)

**Grace St. Luke's School After School Acting (SK-5th grade)

2:30 Wednesdays beginning August 23- October 11

7 classes at $115 Must be enrolled at GSL to participate

Lindenwood After School Program After School Acting  (SK-5th grade)

4:00-5:00 beginning August 18- Sept. 29, Nov. 17-Dec.8

10 classes at $140



SLIME Monsters: Come explore character and environment creation in this fun and interactive DramaDay Workshop. Students will create and perform their own 'alien' scenes and craft some fun slime to take home. 
September 23, Saturday 10-12 (10-12)
Open to students ages 5-10; Cost is $30 and includes craft and snack. 
Thankful Theatre: Join us as we use theatre games to explore the blessings in our world and create a short performance for family and friends. Students will create a 'thankful' take home craft to share with family.
November 18, Saturday 10-12 (10-12) Saturday Workshop
Open to students ages 3-8; Cost is $30 and includes craft and snack.
Holli-Drama: One of our most popular DramaDays, Students will explore winter and its holidays through music and theatre and create a handmade gift for family (Please let us know if you will need multiple gifts).
December 9, Saturday 10-12 (10-12) Saturday Workshop
Open to students ages 3-10; Cost is $30 and includes craft and snack. 


WinterBreak Preschool Mini-Camp : In this Preschool Theatre Mini-Camp, young actors will explore all of the aspects of winter (environment, animals, activities) through fun theatre games, music, movement, and a daily craft. 
December 20-22 8:30-Noon
Cost is $125 and includes all materials (parents provide a light snack).



Private Lessons are offered for students who are too old to participate in other programs, are new to theatre, or would like coaching in a specific area such as auditioning (stage or film), vocal support, stage presence/ movement, dialects, or scholarship auditions.

Teacher Bio

Erin Lindberg has her Master’s Degree in Theatre Education from the University of Northern Colorado and her BA from Rhodes College. She has been in over 50 plays, coached wining drama teams, and taught theatre since 2005 both inside the classroom and as a teaching artist with a professional theatre company. She and her husband live in Memphis with daughter.