Middle School Ensemble

Our middle school ensemble works on complex material and relishes a challenge. From Greek Myths to Shakespearean Histories to classics of American Theater, we love a great play. Students inspire each other and do work that is brave, specific and nuanced.

green text reads "romeo and juliet by william shakespeare" over a field of poppies

Romeo & Juliet

$900 For the Semester

Tuesdays Starting September 10 OR
Sundays Starting September 15

“My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
My love as deep; the more I give to thee,
The more I have, for both are infinite.”

Romeo & Juliet yearn to be together despite their warring families in this classic Shakespeare tragedy of young love.

Class meets once a week, and culminates in a final performance on the last day of the semester.
Enroll in one of two sections:
Tuesday classes meet 5:10p-6:40p, from September 10-January 21 (18 weeks, $1,080). On Tuesday, January 21, students will be called at 4p for a final dress rehearsal, and the performance will begin at 5:30p.
Sunday classes meet 4:45p-6:15p, from September 15-January 12 (15 weeks, $900). An additional dress rehearsal meets Saturday, January 11 from 1:05p-2:35p. On Sunday, January 12, students will be called at 4p for a final dress, and the performance will begin at 5:30p.

Payment plans available at checkout.
Need-based scholarships are available to BIPOC students and those from historically underrepresented backgrounds in the community. Contact us to learn more.

  • Ages: Grades 6 - 8
  • Dates: 09/10/2024 - 01/21/2025
  • Time: Tuesdays 5:10p-6:40p OR Sundays 4:45p-6:15p Tuesday, Sunday
  • Address: 121 Pierrepont Street Brooklyn, NY 11201
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