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Clark 2021 Winter Workshops

Our best answer to safely offer programming for the coldest months of the year!

Happy New Year!

We had a wildly, safely, successful Fall Clark in the Park Session this past Fall!
Many thanks to all of our Clark families for their cooperation, transparency and flexibility to help us make available fun and important theatre programming for our Clarkies!

For the first FIVE weeks of instruction in 2021, we are going to meet during our regular time frame, but offer 2 hour long ala carte workshops in a much smaller indoor class setting so that we may bring the students inside.
No Clarkie-shaped popsicles here!

ALL CLASSES LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS

Preteen options are listed first followed by payment buttons.
Teen options are listed below followed by payment buttons.
New Student Forms HERE
Returning Student Forms HERE

Please peruse your options – though some classes are offered more than one time, they are all different and stand alone! There are dropdown menus to purchase both class passes for 10, 5 and 3 classes, or to purchase any class separately. Lunch will be supervised from 12pm-1pm, if needed.

As always, if you need to make a partial payment that is not on the payment menu, or would like to discuss payment arrangements or scholarship, please call the office at 918-596-1412 or email Tammy at clarkyouththeatre@gmail.com
Especially now, with all of the differences in our daily life, we want to make this fun interaction and excellent theatre education available to any student who wants to be here. No child is ever turned away for inability to pay.

Preteen Workshop Options!

  • January 23rd Preteen Improv: What?!? Preteens will work with Clark Tech Director JOHN E. CRUNCLETON III on Improv – you won’t believe how fun and crazy it gets. Play games and get new insight from our resident “out of the box” thinker!
  • January 23rd Preteen Vocal Masterclass: Wondering how to start in Musical Theatre? Need help in choosing audition material that is right for your voice? This is the place to begin. Meet with Clark Executive Director Tammy Slack and Clark’s amazing Instructor Thomas Farnan-Williams to vocalize, learn how to select material, and do a preliminary no-stress audition!
  • January 30th Preteen Acting Audition Techniques:
    Do you struggle with auditions? Join Erin Scarberry, CYT AD for tips to improve your casting odds! Topics covered will be headshots and resumes, what clothing is appropriate, how to prepare for monologues and songs, the difference between on-camera and live auditions, callbacks, and how to interact with an audition panel. Come prepared to take notes, as well as to do some practice audition rounds.
  • January 30th Preteen Ten Minute Plays with Erin:
    Collaborate on a 10 minute play mini-festival! Teams will have 90 minutes to perfect their 10 minute play presentation before presenting it. Each mini-festival will include a different prompt, and teams will present their final products onstage with full lights, sound, and costumes.
  • February 6th Preteen Character Analysis Workshop: Character analysis is at the heart of any great performance, and CYT AD Erin Scarberry will guide you through her recommended process for approaching your character. Students should attend the workshop with a character already chosen to work on.
  • February 6th Preteen Vocal Master Class: After music is chosen and you are ready to show up to the audition, how do you know what to sing and how to communicate with the accompanist? Enjoy the privilege of working with Musical Theatre veterans Tammy and Thomas AND one of Tulsa’s premier music directors, Christy Stalcup in a no pressure situation. Learn, observe AND get a chance to do mock auditions!
  • February 13th Preteen Improv: You know you love him!! Preteens will work with Clark Tech Director JOHN E. CRUNCLETON III on Improv – you won’t believe how fun and crazy it gets. Play games and get new insight from our resident “out of the box” thinker!
  • February 13th Preteen Ten Minute Plays with Thomas:
    Collaborate on a 10 minute play mini-festival! Teams will have 90 minutes to perfect their 10 minute play presentation before presenting it. Each mini-festival will include a different prompt, and teams will present their final products onstage with full lights, sound, and costumes.
  • February 20th Preteen Vocal Master Class: Hoping to perfect your singing chops? Want feedback on songs you have been working on? Come together with friends for friendly feedback and constructive suggestions for success with Tammy and Thomas! In true Masterclass fashion, each student will showcase 1-2 songs, receive feedback and perform again at the end of class.
  • February 20th Theatre Dance Essentials: New to dance, or just want to get started on what dance is needed for Musical Theatre? Here is an exciting and fun class taught by a Tulsa born dancer with NYC experience!

Preteen Payment Options:

As always, please contact the office at information above for partial payment or scholarship information!

PreTeen Clark Winter Workshop Packages




PreTeen Clark Individual Winter Workshops



Teen Workshop Options:

  • January 23rd Teen Vocal Master Class: Learn how to choose the best song for your voice and best practices for working with an accompanist in an audition setting. Benefit from experienced Clark Staff, Thomas Farnan-Williams and ED Tammy Slack coupled with the talented Christy Stalcup for this quick-start guide to Musical Theatre auditioning. Perfect for the beginner or the experienced performer who wants to increase their experience and advance their audition skills. Bring sheet music for two contrasting songs. Contact Clark Staff if you need guidance.
  • January 30th Ten Minute Plays with John and Thomas:
    Collaborate on a 10 minute play mini-festival! Teams will have 90 minutes to perfect their 10 minute play presentation before presenting it. Each mini-festival will include a different prompt, and teams will present their final products onstage with full lights, sound, and costumes.
  • February 6th Vocal Masterclass #2: Hoping to perfect your singing chops? Want feedback on songs you have been working on? Prepare for friendly feedback and constructive suggestions for success with Tammy and Thomas, grounded in their national and international experience. In true Masterclass fashion, each student will come prepared to showcase 1-2 songs, receive feedback and perform again at the end of class.
  • February 13th Using Your Voice: Rena Cook is the founder of Vocal Authority, a training, and development business serving corporate clients – including managers, politicians, attorneys, teachers, clergy and CEOs – who want to use their voice in more commanding and authentic ways. She is an author, speaker, coach, voice-over artist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Oklahoma School of Drama. Rena holds a M.A. in Voice Studies from London’s Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, an M.F.A. in Directing from OU and an M.A. in Guidance & Counseling from TU.She is the author of Empower you Voice: For Women in Business, Politics and Life (available in December 2017), and Voice and the Young Actor. She co-edited Breath in Action: The Art of Breath in Vocal and Holistic Practice and was Editor-in-chief of the Voice and Speech Review. Rena taught High School Drama for 16 years before she graduated to higher education. For the next two decades she taught professional actors, many of whom can be seen on Broadway, film and television. Through Vocal Authority, Rena adapts actor training techniques to help individual and groups be more confident and dynamic communicators.
  • February 20thh Theatre Dance Essentials: New to dance, or just want to get started on what dance is needed for Musical Theatre? Here is an exciting and fun class taught by a Tulsa born dancer with NYC experience!
  • January 23-February 20th The Henthorne Experiment Writing Workshop: An intensive writing workshop focused exclusively on mapping out the various story arcs for the Henthorne Experiment film project, and writing the shooting scripts for the episodes. Participation is limited to those students who are interested and willing to do the work of planning, writing, and rewriting, and who are open to the critical editorial process. Each 3-5 minute script will be shepherded through multiple phases of review and editing, including group analysis, as the various scripts are arranged and tailored into a connected, overarching narrative. The majority of actual writing will occur during workshop hours, so students MUST come prepared to think, listen, discuss, collaborate, and WRITE. Use 5 class pass to enroll in this workshop only.

Teen Payment Options:


As always, please contact the office at information above for partial payment or scholarship information!

Teen Clark Winter Workshop Packages




Teen Clark Individual Winter Workshops