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  • Basic Acting: Just the Beginning

    No need to worry about the "how to" of theater. Whether interested in Broadway or community theater, learn the basics of becoming a good actor or actress through character dynamics, acting and auditioning techniques. Imagination games and theater exercises will help you discover parts of your personality rarely explored. No acting experience required!
  • Dabbling in Songwriting (ages 15+)

    Discover how to take those melodies that play in your head and put them down on paper. You don't need to be able to play the piano or guitar to become a songwriter. No previous experience is necessary. Have fun as you learn the basic "do's and don’ts" of songwriting.
  • Eagan Men's Chorus

    Directed by: Kathy Andrews Accompanist: Judy Campen The Eagan Men’s Chorus is a community male chorus that performs at senior living residences and Veteran’s facilities throughout the Twin Cities area. The men sing pop, patriotic, Broadway, spiritual, gospel and classical music. Two public fundraising concerts are conducted yearly. Rehearsals are held September-May on Mondays from 6:30-8:00pm at Living Word Church, 4300 Nicols Road, Eagan, 55122. New male vocalists are actively sought. They need not live in Eagan. For information on joining the chorus or to schedule a concert, phone Jim Andrews 651-451-7502. Visit The Eagan Men’s Chorus is sponsored by Eagan Parks and Recreation and supported by District 196 Community Education, along with grants from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, Eagan Foundation and Eagan Rotary Club.
  • Eagan Women of Note

    Directed by: Taylor Quinn Accompanist: Elise Molina Eagan Women of Note is a community-based choir composed of a diverse group of women of all ages. Women, ages 18 and older, who enjoy singing are welcome to join. You do not need to live in Eagan and no audition is required. Rehearsals are Monday evenings from 6:30-8:30 pm, September to May, at Falcon Ridge Middle School, Apple Valley. The choir performs at various venues including community and church events, senior centers and others. Holiday and spring concerts highlight the music performed throughout the year. New members are accepted in September and January. Dues are $60 per semester. For information on scheduling a performance, contact Patty at 612-462-0596. Email for more information, including upcoming performances, Visit the website at Eagan Women of Note is supported by District 196 Community Education and Eagan Parks and Recreation.
  • Performing Arts Senior Previews 2019-20

    District 196 Community Education Adult Services partners with District 196 high schools in offering free admission performing arts previews for retirees and persons with disabilities. Auditoriums are handicap accessible. If you wish to purchase tickets for other performances, please contact the school box office. Apple Valley High School 14450 Hayes Road, Apple Valley Box Office: 952-431-8208 All performances begin at 3:00pm *Wheelchair seating is limited Eagan High School 4185 Braddock Trail, Eagan Box Office: 651-683-6964 All performances begin at 3:30pm *Wheelchair seating is limited Eastview High School 6200 140thSt W, Apple Valley Box Office: 952-431-8955 All performances begin at 3:30pm Rosemount High School 3335 142ndSt W, Rosemount Box Office: 651-423-7540 All performances begin at 3:30pm Thu, Feb 20: South Pacific Thu, Apr 23: Encore! 2020: Party in the USA Wed, Feb 19: A Night of Ancient Tales: Antigone and The Search for Odysseus Tue, Apr 21: Bravo!
  • South of the River Community Band

    Co-Directed by: Erin Winchell & Jeremy Morgan Now in its 26th year, the South of the River Community Band is a 60 to 65 member inter-generational band. Teens through older adults are welcome. No auditions are required. Rehearsals are Sunday afternoons, September to May, from 4:30-6pm at Black Hawk Middle School (BHMS), 1540 Deerwood Drive in Eagan. Band members enjoy playing and performing an assortment of music, including marches, Big Band, classical, popular, jazz and more. Performances are presented throughout the year, including summer concerts in parks. Annual membership dues are $45 per person or $65 per family. Members are asked to purchase a band shirt to wear at concerts. if you would like to join please go to our website and read the information on the "How to Join" page. For more information about the band or upcoming concerts, visitwww.southoftheriverband.orgor call Community Education, 651-423-7925. Supported by District 196 Community Education.
  • Velvet Tones

    The Velvet Tones, community choral group for 23 years, is composed of member’s ages 55 and older. Seniors join the group to enrich their lives, make new friends and have fun singing. Over 20 yearly concerts are performed to a variety of audiences that feature pop standards, Broadway, holiday and patriotic music. Rehearsals are September through May on Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m. at Apple Valley Senior Center, 14601 Hayes Road. There are no auditions. Yearly membership dues are $25.00 per person, plus additional costs for performance attire. For information about joining or scheduling a concert, call 952-432-1081. email: or visit Supported by District 196 Community Education, Apple Valley Parks & Recreation, Apple Valley Senior Center, Apple Valley American Legion Post 1776, Apple Valley Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council and from the many contributors that are “Friends of The Velvet Tones.”
  • Voice-Overs: Now Is Your Time!

    Learn about a unique, outside the box way to break into this creative, fulfilling, and potentially lucrative industry using your voice for commercials, films, videos, and more.. Voice-overs can be managed on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with minimal overhead! Whether you choose to pursue voice-overs part-time or full-time, this could be the game changer you have been looking for.