Acting is behaving truthfully under imaginary circumstances.



During my three years at Meyer Levin, I admit some moments were less memorable than others. But theater class is the one subject I never felt my voice was unheard in or unappreciated. Theater is the place where I can be myself. I never feel held back when creating scripts. I feel like I’m always surrounded by people that understand me, and in a short amount of time I’ve been able to form bonds with my fellow thespians.

If you are into acting, theater is definitely the place for you. As a Meyer Levin theater student, I’m always learning new things, and gaining more knowledge about the acting world. Theater is an amazing subject in Meyer Levin, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about acting and theater in general.

Theater class isn’t only for people interested in acting either. If you want to learn more about directing or set creation, theater class is a good place for you. When people think about theater, they think about acting, which isn’t the only part of theater. The Meyer Levin theater class touches on all aspects of theater, including directing, acting, script writing, set creation, and ushering. Let’s not forget the person who manages curtains. They play an important role in the success of a production.

Theater is what you make it. Meyer Levin’s theater class is a good fit for anyone who wants to learn about anything theater related. Join us because our world is truly a stage

Khloe Freckleton

Grade 8

Attending Meyer Levin Theater class has had a positive impact on my life. This engaging experience has not only deepened my passion for theater but has also given me confidence when speaking in front of people. Through this class, I have developed important communication skills, both verbally and non-verbally, as well as improved my ability to show emotions and tell stories on stage. Additionally, working together with my peers has taught me the importance of teamwork. Overall, this class has provided me with valuable life skills, a large appreciation for theater, and a newfound confidence.

Clark Bodman

Grade 7

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