Sat, Mar 06 | Arts United Center

Beginning Drama: Folktale Favorites

Grades 4th-6th | Saturdays 10:00-10:45pm
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Beginning Drama: Folktale Favorites

Time & Location

Mar 06, 10:00 AM – May 08, 10:45 AM
Arts United Center, 303 E Main St, Fort Wayne, IN 46802, USA


Beginning Drama: Folktale Favorites 

Spring Semester | Mar. 6 - May 8

9 Weeks (No Class April 3 for Spring Break / $120

Saturdays | 10:00 - 10:45am

Grades 4th-6th

Tall tales, myths, legends and fairy tales!  Folktales and fables are part of our daily lives, whether told to us at bedtime, on tv or in classic Disney films.  Some classic favorites include Stone Soup, The Emporers New Clothes, and The Tortoise and the Hare. In this class, the actors will put a contemporary twist on one of these classic folktales to create fun, entertaining, and delightful folktale performances of their very own!

Instructor: Reuben Albaugh

*Registration Note: Please make sure you type in your email address correctly. If you do not recieve a confirmation email for your class registration after 2 hours, please contact us at so we can update your email. This will be our main source of communication. 

*Note this semester will have reduced class sizes, meaning limited availability. All classes will be capped at 15 students. We will also be reducing classes to 45min instead of it's normal 55min to avoid cross-traffic in the Green Room. Thank you for your understanding.

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students expect with the health-conscious environment they deserve. We are optimistic. However, Youtheatre reserves the right to cancel or move any activity online should COVID-related circumstances necessitate. Anyone enrolled will be notified ASAP & pro-rated refunds processed as necessary in the case of cancellations. Refunds will not be given if class continues in an online format.

Refund/Cancellation Policy:

Class/Camp Cancellations must be completed 1 week prior to the first day of Class/Camp. Full refunds will be given to those who cancel within that 1-week period via their original form of payment. If cancelling within the week of class/camp, a 15% deduction will be processed for each late cancellation day (Ex. Class starts on Saturday, but you cancel the Sunday before, a 15% deduction will be applied, if cancelling on Monday a 30% deduction will be processed from your refund etc.). Please allow 5-7 business days for the refund to be issued.

We reserve the right to cancel any Class/Camp at any time, and if we do so will issue a refund via the original form of payment.

Online Policy:

If you have technical difficulties the day of (i.e trouble logging into zoom, internet issues etc.) we ask that you provide proof of the issue by taking a screenshot of the error code, connectivity issues etc. Youtheatre will determine on a case by case basis if you are eligible for a refund. The more proof you provide the better your eligibility. Please note that if you're enrolled in a multi-day program such as a class or camp, full refunds will not be given, but rather a pro-rated one if we find you are eligible. We will not provide refunds due to technical difficulties without PROOF. Appeals can be emailed to

  • Beginning Drama: 10:00-10:45am

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