Saturday, Jan 22nd classes WILL meet tomorrow.
Weather – we do NOT necessarily follow the Public Schools closures due to inclement weather. Often schools will close based on the need for school bus safety in the early morning hours and our classes are much later in the day. IF a class needs to cancel, your teacher will email you directly about 2 hours before the class time and explain the make-up class plan.
(Dance classes that were cancelled on Sun, Jan 16 will add a make-up class at the end of the Winter Semester–Feb 20th.)
(Monday classes that were cancelled on Jan 17 will add a make-up class at the end of the Winter Semester–Feb 21st.)
(Tuesday classes that were cancelled on Jan 18 will add a make-up class at the end of the Winter Semester–Feb 22nd.)
Classes begin the week of January 9th.
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Enrollment in SCCT classes is open to children ages 3 through 12th grade. Any questions or needs regarding SCCT classes can be addressed with SCCT Registrar Jill Wolf at 864.235.2885 ext. 105 (Mon, Tues or Thur till 2:30pm) or by email at [email protected]
SCCT is thrilled to offer our Winter Mini-mester! A short semester (6 weeks) of classes with themes that are not typically offered in our Fall & Spring semesters.
- Click here to view our General Classes Information and FAQs.
- Click here to view our Week at a Glance.
Our Spring Semester runs March 7, 2022 through May 21, 2022.
(Sorry, there will not be an Adult Acting class for Spring 2022.)
About SCCT’s Education Program
Established in 1992, SCCT’s Theatre Arts Conservatory is a year-round program for students ages 3-18. The format includes Advanced-Level Studios, Intermediate, Process, Musical Theatre, Story Drama and Exploration Classes, as well as Specialty Classes & Workshops. Each format offers unique games, activities and challenges for the theatre student.
It is our belief that theatre arts training is like any other form of training, the more you do it, the better you get. Just as a dancer takes class after class of ballet; or a soccer player trains year after year with a team; theatre arts training is most effective when the student is repeatedly exposed to vocabulary, theories, and exercises. At SCCT, we hope to provide a variety of creative opportunities that encourage creative thinking, develop verbal and social skills and bolster self-esteem. Skills needed for any job, not just acting.
COVID PROTOCOLS as of August 17, 2021
SCCT is committed to the health and safety of our patrons, casts, crews, students and staff. The CDC and DHEC currently recommend universal indoor masking when students age 2 and older are present. In accordance with these recommendations, we at SCCT feel it necessary to make the following updates to our COVID protocols in our efforts to keep everyone safe within our premises.
- Students will be required to wear masks whenever indoors at SCCT.
- SCCT teaching artists will be required to wear masks while teaching classes at SCCT.
- Any parent/guardian (or sibling over the age of 2) of one of our students who opts to come into the building will be required to wear a mask to enter and while inside the building.
In addition to the mask requirements, five bipolar ionization units have been installed into all of our HVAC air handlers to ensure that everyone in our facility has access to the cleanest, safest, and healthiest air possible. Surface disinfection will happen between performances. Our theatre is sanitized with an electrostatic sprayer using an EPA-approved, food safe biocide designed to kill coronavirus on surfaces within minutes. Hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout the facility.
We will continue to monitor the COVID situation in our area and reserve the right to make adjustments to safety protocols accordingly.