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Theatre classes return to APSU’s Community School of the Arts, add to its diverse offerings

CSA fall classes 2022

(Posted on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022)

The Community School of the Arts (CSA) at Austin Peay State University has unveiled its fall class slate, including the exciting return of theatre classes for children and adults.

CSA also is adding at least two new instructors. Charlie Krantz, APSU’s Department of Theatre and Dance’s technical director, and Alyssa Amos, an APSU theatre student, will teach the newly added theatre classes.

“While I was a student at APSU, I remember the CSA holding theatre classes, and they always had good enrollment,” said Kevin Loveland Jr., the school’s new coordinator. “When hired, I made it a mission for myself to re-incorporate theatre into the CSA. I’m excited for all that we have planned so far and can’t wait to see theatre flourish with the CSA.”

Not only are the theatre classes returning, but they are also returning with a flourish. CSA will offer six theatre classes:

Those classes join an already popular slate of dance, visual art and writing classes.

In dance, they are:

In visual art, they are:

CSA’s popular free writing class, Writing for the Military and Families, is on the fall class list as well.

To see the class descriptions, times and costs, visit the CSA class page and click on the class links. Many of the classes fill up quickly but will have wait lists.

Some of the classes offer six-week terms while others run over eight weeks. The classes begin on various dates, but the first classes start on Sept. 6.

For more information about the Community School of the Arts, visit www.apsu.edu/csa. If you have any questions, email csa@apsu.edu.

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