We just received word from Jane Tuv, program director for the Arlekino Theater, which we covered back in July, that there are still some spots available for their fall semester.
According to a promotional flier, the program aims to instill an appreciation for the arts in young people, as well as connect different generations of the Russian-Jewish community.
As an added bonus, Jane tells us that Arlekino’s summer fundraiser was such a success that tuition is being priced at a significant discount.
The program, which teaches four to six-year-old children everything from miniature set design and stage props to choreography and improvisational acting, is inspired by Jewish themes and held in Russian.
The classes are taking place at the Generation 21 Nursery and Daycare (6709 19th Avenue) every Monday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m, until December 19. The cost is $375 per child, which includes a recital at the end of the year.
For more info on registration, please contact Program Director Jane Tuv at admissions [at] arlekinotheater [dot] com, or call (317) 523-6713