If you would like to sign up after a class has started, please call the studio at 404-500-7897 to register over the phone.
The BASELINE designation is reserved for the introductory level of each course that Catapult offers. Each Baseline course is a prerequisite to its corresponding INTERMEDIATE or aDVANCED class, and should be taken in order to progress in Catapult’s Youth Acting Track. There are occasional exceptions, inquire here. It should be noted that Advanced classes can be taken indefinitely, as the material is always changing and no two semesters are the same.
This is an introductory course to improvisational comedy – an ever growing art form where the actors make up everything in the moment. This class will teach actors how to listen, say YES, embrace discomfort and failure, and develop an awareness for comedic timing.
Advanced youth improvisers will be invited to audition for Catapult’s improv house teams. This class will continue the training from Improv Baseline, developing stronger characters & bolder comedic choices.
This brand new comedy course offers actors the opportunity to dive into sketch writing and sitcom acting! Actors will work on scripts from hit multicam and network sitcoms, learning the tools and techniques of this style of acting. Students will also write and act in their very own sketches!
Catapult Acting, LLC has a 24 hour grace period in which clients can cancel their registration and receive a full refund. After 24 hours, a 10% cancellation fee will apply to all registrations. If the client chooses to cancel 15-21 days before the event, a 50% refund will be issued. If the registration is cancelled within 14 days of the event, 100% of the payment will be forfeited. PLEASE NOTE: There are no refunds for missed, dropped or cancelled classes; should your schedule change once registered and within the cancellation policy.
In the event that “Shelter in Place” or another quarantine situation should take place, workshops + classes will continue virtually via Zoom. The cancellation policy above will still apply.