To provide  high quality, innovative, participatory

theatre arts education and training, taught by theatre professionals and teaching artists; to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve; and to help our students develop skills and broaden their horizons, as people and as artists.

Mission Statement


Mission Statement



The Participation

Participation in Kelrik’s Workshops allows your child to excel in performance techniques, body movement, voice, improvisation, theater games, and more. Students learn independent thinking, build self-confidence, make new friends, improve communication and imagination skills, and build trust and self-disciple as they share in a creative process, which inspires joy and fulfillment.

The Primary Purpose: It's fun!

Our workshop focuses on the joys of creativity, self-expression and imagination. An inner acting technique workshop using improvisation, theater games and performance art to practice skills that help students excel in the classroom participation, one-on-one personal communication and in every play in which they will ever perform. The workshops focuses on theater as a total activity: acting, singing and dancing.

General Information

Kelrik Productions has developed a theatrical workshop to provide children and teens an enjoyable and challenging learning experience. The program does not provide school credit. It is designed strictly as an enriching experience. No grade will be given.

Workshop Behavior

Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner, which will facilitate instruction in the learning process. Disruptive students will be dismissed from the program and the parents will be called to pick them up. Please make arrangements for your child to arrive 10 minutes before class begins.


Persons ages 5 and up will participate in Kelrik’s Workshops.

Refund Policy

Refunds will be given automatically if classes are cancelled. Disruptive students asked to leave will not be granted a refund.


Transportation to and from the workshop is the responsibility of the parents.


All participants should wear comfortable clothing and shoes in which they will be free to move and participate in all exercises. Please leave all valuables at home. No flip-flops please!

Sickness or Lateness

Please inform us prior to class if your child is sick, or going to be late for class. 



At Kelrik we value the safety of our students and it is important that safety in the theatre be implicated at all times.





We will provide. Girls may wish to buy a nude-colored leotard to wear under their costume.


Breaks & Lunch

All students should bring a mid-morning snack. Supervised lunch break is from 12 -12:30 p.m. daily. Students should plan to bring a sack lunch. Refrigeration is available. 


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