Explore your artistic self with a variety of improv, musical theatre, and acting offerings. Classes include Musical Theatre Scene Study: American Idiot and Embodied Movement: Breakdance and Contemporary Movement Fusion.
Your opportunity as high school students to create, attend, discuss, and advocate for the theatre with your peers. Explore all of the ways to get involved!
Attend a performance of the plays in the Berkeley Rep season, plus enjoy dinner and a conversation with a member of the artistic team—all at a highly discounted price.
Teen One-Acts Festival
Be a part of our annual festival of original One-Acts produced at Berkeley Rep; these plays are written, directed, and designed by—not to mention starring—high school students!
The Young Writers of Color Collective is a year-long playwriting apprenticeship for emerging writers of color in grades 9–12.
Claim Your Arts
Berkeley Rep’s platform to empower teens by giving you the tools and opportunities to advocate for the arts on both a local and national level.
Take your passions to another level! Explore the elements of theatre-making and performance with fun, unique intensives for middle and high schoolers.
See the School in action
A look at photos, videos, and recent press highlighting all of the programs offered at the School of Theatre.
At your school
Encourage your teacher to bring a professional theatre artist into your classroom to lead dynamic theatre-based workshops.
Friday, October 6
Teen Night: Imaginary Comforts
Monday, October 9
Workshop: Rough Draft playwriting workshop
Friday, November 3
Theatre Scene: Barbecue
Nominate a student
Berkeley Rep School of Theatre is pleased to be able to offer financial aid for students enrolling in our youth and teen classes. Scholarships will be granted to students attending classes who demonstrate a strong financial need. Financial aid will be disbursed on a sliding scale—eligible families generally receive scholarships covering between 30%–100% of tuition.
Have a promising student? Complete our teacher nomination form or call the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre at 510 647–2972.