Winter and Spring Classes at Geauga Lyric Theater Guild

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The Geauga Lyric Theater Guild (GLTG) Art Center is offering a wide array of performing and visual art classes for the winter and spring sessions.

Favorites and new classes will help students explore the magical world of art. There are offerings for all ages and experience levels.

Celebrating Dr. Seuss will bring young and old together to experience the life lessons and fun of the legendary author. Julie Douglass will offer students the opportunity to honor Dr. Seuss in a theatrical experience on March 1.

Anne of Green Gables brings classic literature alive onstage for ages twelve to eighteen and is directed by Angela Miloro-Hansen.

For older teens and adults, Intro to Improv offered on weekends by Don Mitri, is a great option for the beginner and seasoned actor.

Home school offerings include: Salute to American Symbols, The Hobbit, The Art of Radio Drama and more!

Whether it’s dolls, pirates or animals, the GLTG has a class to encourage youth participation in the performing arts.

Visual art classes in photography, watercolor, mosaics, and drawing will be taught by experienced artists in a relaxed setting.

Valentine’s Art Day celebrates the holiday by offering a class that gives students the chance to craft their own hand-made Valentine cards for someone special.

The newly formed show choir, Geauga Gems, is a great success and gives children and teens the chance to sing and dance. Instructor Karen Porter welcomes all levels to join this newly formed group.

The GLTG is grateful for sponsorship of this series by Warm-A-Child ministries.

The Geauga Lyric Theater Guild and Arts Center is located in Chardon Square on at 101 and 106 Water Street, Chardon, OH. For more information and a full listing of offerings, please visit their website or call 440-285-7701.

Photo: An “American Girl” drama class works on a craft

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