Performing Arts Classes

The Geauga Lyric Theater Guild places a special emphasis on theater and arts education. Our class offerings are based on our mission to build a vibrant community by providing educational programs to people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities. Through our educational programs we promote creative expression and civic engagement.


Payment and Registration Information

We are excited about our new online payment system and hope that it offers more flexibility in class payments. With this change, we have changed the steps necessary to register for a class. Please read the steps below carefully. Questions can be submitted using the form link in the shopping cart.

Payment & Registration Steps:

Note: Classes can be paid for online with credit card information or via phone/mail. Registration will occur AFTER you have selected a payment type. 

1. Select "Add to Cart" for each class for which you would like to pay and register. Quantity can be adjusted. Also select whether or not you are a GLTG member. Current members (renewed or purchased in 2016) receive receive a 10% discount on all classes.

2. Once your selection has been made, click "View Cart" in the class shopping cart on the right hand side of the page.

3. You may alter your selections in the cart. When finished click "Proceed to Checkout"

4. Enter in your billing information. This must be completed even if you plan to pay in person or via mail. Click "Continue."

5. Select your payment method. If "Pay in person or mail payment" is chosen, you may complete your order. You will not be charged at this time. If "Credit Card" is chosen, please enter your credit card information and confirm your order. An invoice will be emailed to you for your records. Please be aware at least 1/2 payment is due upon registration, the remaining payment is due on or before the first day of class. **All tuition is non-refundable unless GLTG cancels a class OR you withdraw your student 3 weeks before the start of class.**

6. Upon completion, the class registration form will appear. Please complete a registration form for each student and class for which you paid. After each submission a blank form will appear, if needed. When finished, you may close out or continue browsing the website.


The Power of Concept & Design Master Class (ages 14-adult)

*3 more students are needed for this class.

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Feb 18 & 25 & Mar 4

Sat 11AM-1PM

Theater

Karen & Chloe Porter $95 GLTG Family Member
$104.50 Nonmember

In this 3 week master class, students will learn the basics of script analysis, concept, and design. Students will work with a short script to develop a concept and either a scenic or costume design for the piece.

Students should bring a water color brush set (Walmart 7 pc set, approx $4.50). Other materials fees included. 

$104.50
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Ramona Quimby (ages 8-15)

* THIS CLASS IS FULL -- WAIT LIST ONLY

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Feb 23-Apr 27

Thurs 4-6PM

Arts Center

Angela Miloro-Hansen $90 GLTG Family Member
$99 Nonmember

Based on the popular novels by Beverly Cleary. Ramona is boisterous, unpredictable, and aggravating to her older sister. The two sisters are about to realize they need each other, alongside a cast of hilarious and quirky characters. 

Performance: April 27 at 7:30PM (Theater)

$99.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Homeschool: Peggy the Pint Sized Pirate (ages 7-11)

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Mar 15-May 3

Wed 10AM-12PM

Julia Reid
$90 GLTG Family Member
$99 Nonmember

Peggy wants to be a real pirate, but the other pirates won’t let her because she’s too small! But while Peggy may be small, she is brave and fearless and sets off boldly to go where no pirate has gone before -- to the lair of the evil sea monster! Final day results in a performance for family and friends. 

Performances: May 3 at 7PM

$99.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Backstage Magic (ages 10-adult) 

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Mar 2-23

Thurs 4:30-5:30PM

Nicholas Tamburrino $40 GLTG Family Member
$44 Nonmember

Have you ever wondered how live theatrical shows run so smoothly? The secret is the combination of backstage crew and technical booth crew supporting the action on the stage. In this beginning course, students learn: theater vocabulary, stage directions, curtain operations, spotlight operations, backstage crew techniques and how to read a script for crew work.

$44.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Intermediate Makeup for the Stage (ages 12-adult)

DatesTimesInstructorCost

Mar 25-Jun 3

No class Mar 18

Sat 11AM-1PM

Chloe Porter $105 GLTG Family Member
$115 Nonmember

Students will explore facial structure, skin care, and makeup skills from the basics of foundation to the complexities of fantasy makeup. In this 10 week class, students will be given the opportunity to design makeup to apply to themselves, learn tips and tricks for a clean application, and the best part, and do their makeup! Registration cost includes a $20 color matched makeup kit. Students can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions. *Students must have and bring makeup remover, eyeliner, mascara, and a personal stand mirror. 

$115.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Makeup for the stage (ages 12-adult)

DatesTimesInstructorCost

Mar 25-Jun 3

No class March 18

Sat 9-11AM

Chloe Porter $105 GLTG Family Member
$115 Nonmember

Students will explore facial structure, skin care, and makeup skills from the basics of foundation to the complexities of fantasy makeup. In this 8 week class, students will be given the opportunity to design makeup to apply to themselves, learn tips and tricks for a clean application, and the best part, do their makeup! Registration cost includes $15 material fee. *Students must have and bring foundation matching skin tone, makeup remover, eyeliner, mascara, and a personal stand mirror. 

$115.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Harriet the Spy (ages 8-16)

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Mar 20-May 8

Mon 4-6PM

Angela Miloro-Hansen $90 GLTG Family Member
$99 Nonmember

Harriet M. Welch is the willful only child of socialites. She is also a spy, who observes her friends and neighbors and writes about them in her notebook. Harriet’s blunt and mean observations in her notebook cause everyone at school to dislike her. Harriet is distressed and spirals out of control until she gets a visit from Ole Golly, who shares a helpful tip with her. Final day will result in a performance for family and friends. 

Performance: May 8 at 7:30PM

$99.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Creative Movement (ages 3-5)

DatesTimesInstructorCost

Mar 22-May 24

No class April 19

Wed 3:30-4:15PM

Lydia Markgraf $100 GLTG Family Member
$110 Nonmember

Come enjoy learning about the basics of dance! Students will be introduced to the concepts of tempo, space, and levels, all while using their imagination to express themselves through dance. *Students must have and wear leotard, tights, ballet shoes, ballet skirt or shorts to every class. 

$110.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Beginning Ballet (ages 6-10)

DatesTimesInstructorCost

Mar 22-May 24

No class April 19

Wed 4:30-5:30PM

Lydia Markgraf $100 GLTG Family Member
$110 Nonmember

This class focuses on the basics of classical ballet. Students will learn the foot and arm positions and the foundation steps of dance. *Students must have and wear leotard, tights, ballet shoes, ballet skirt or shorts to every class. 

$110.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Advanced Acting 101 (ages 11-18)

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Mar 28-May 23

Tues 4-6PM

Arts Center

Angela Miloro-Hansen $90 GLTG Family Member
$99 Nonmember

This popular class returns! Direct your own ten-minute scene chosen for you and perform in the scenes directed by other students. You’ll learn the importance of theater etiquette, how to handle yourself at an audition, how to effectively communicate with your director, and get to experience the difficulties and fun of being a director. Skills learned in this class will help you in future productions. Final day will result in a performance of your directed pieces for family and friends. Students must have taken a minimum or participated in 3 classes or shows, or get instructor approval at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Performance: May 23 at 7:30PM

$99.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




The Brothers Grimm Spectaluathon (ages 12-18)

DatesTimesInstructorCost
Mar 29-May 24

Wed 4-6PM

Angela Miloro-Hansen $90 GLTG Family Member
$99 Nonmember

The narrators attempt to recreate all 109 of the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm in a wild, fast-paced extravaganza. To make it more difficult, they attempt to combine them in one gigantic fable using Rapunzel, Rumpelstilksin, Hansel and Gretel, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and other more obscure stories like Lean Lisa and The Devil’s Grandmother. Final day will result in a performance for family and friends.

Performance: May 24 at 7:30PM

$99.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




Aesop's Fables Delux (ages 4-7)

DatesTimesInstructorCost

April 1-May 27

No class May 13

Sat 9:30-11:30AM

Julie Douglass $90 GLTG Family Member
$99 Nonmember

Aesop's Fables Deluxe is the delightful musical retelling of classics like "The Tortoise and the Hare," "The Fox and the Grapes,” "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" and many more especially suited for young performers. Learn theater basics, build confidence and make new friends! Show for family and friends at 11 am on the final session.

Performance: May 27 at 11AM

$99.00
* Are you a GLTG member?:




 Affordable voice lessons for musical theater students by Fuller Voice Instruction

Available at GLTG Arts Center on Fridays

For information or to schedule please contact David Fuller directly at 440-477-9317 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

David Fuller has been teaching voice in Geauga county and eastern Cuyahoga counties since 1995. He holds a Master of Music degree in Applied Voice from the Boston Conservatory of Music. He is currently the Coordinator of Liturgical Music for the church of St Anselm and the Director of Music at the Fairmount Center for the Arts. David serves on the " Singing Angels " Arts Advisory Board as well as the board of the Geauga Council for Arts and Culture. 

David has a passion for developing singers. Many of this students have gone on to attend prestigious schools like New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Baldwin Wallace Conservatory, C.C.M. and others. He has had the pleasure of seeing his students appear in musical theater and opera productions in northeast Ohio, New York and cruise entertainment. His students have the opportunity to perform in bi-annual recitals.

David invites you to check out: Fuller Voice Instruction

Click on " success stories " to hear some of his students.

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