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2017 Holiday Play Class

What ever happened
to Christmas Adam?

Holiday Play Class at_academy
Written & Directed by Julia Steudle

For Elementary through High School Students

Holiday Play Class Returns! Now in it’s 6th Year! Students begin on day one with auditions to be cast in a role. All students will be cast. The students will rehearse for one month* and will have two performances on December 5. Space is limited, so register now! Students must be able to attend ALL rehearsals and performances to participate.

Tuition $250


Mondays & Wednesdays,
November 8–December 5

* No class Wednesday, November 22 in observance
of Thanksgiving holiday
**Performances on Tues, Dec 5 

There is a one time New Student Registration Fee of $25, if applicable. A discount is available for families with multiple students. Pre-booking guarantees your spot in our class. Enrollment in the class is limited to 15 students.

All class payments are non-refundable.

Contact Director of Education, Jaclyn Hofmann with any questions.


Do you ever wonder why we have so much holiday spirit that we start celebrating even before Turkey Day? Come on a journey with us as we explore what exactly caused this crazed Christmas spirit! Along the way, you’ll meet all your favorite characters and learn the true meaning of where we get our holiday spirit.

Tuesday, December 5 at 6:00pm & 7:00pm
(Show is approximately 35 minutes long)

Tickets $5**


** Each student receives four complimentary tickets


Julia Steudle is thrilled to work with Aurora Academy once again for this fun Holiday Play! She moved down from Michigan in August of 2016, and completed her apprenticeship with the Atlanta Shakespeare Company in May of 2017. In Michigan, she worked with the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company as well as ran her own princess events business called Enchanted Princess Parties by Julia. On top of that, she taught reader’s theatre and etiquette lessons with a summer program called WINGS run through the local community college for five years. Upon moving to Atlanta, she has been a teaching artist for the Shakespeare Tavern and for Forefront Arts. “Working with children is such a fulfilling role, and I am so grateful for the opportunity!”.