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Lyric Arts is offering classes for students from kindergarten through high school in its “Fall into Fun” education series beginning this month. 

With fall comes back to school, and back to Lyric Arts Education’s “Fall into Fun!”

Creating your own superhero, singing, writing and preparing for an audition are just a few of the options to choose from in the series, as Lyric Arts in Anoka hosts a variety of classes geared toward students from kindergarten all the way through high school.

The earliest class begins Sept. 18, with staggered start dates throughout the fall and into December, including options available on various days of the week. There are also choices suited for both in-person and online classes.

Lyric Arts Education’s mission with the classes is to “Inspire, nurture, and challenge participants, (providing) younger generations with an opportunity to grow as artists and human beings, all in a warm and supportive home for young artists to build self-confidence, develop skills and make new friends — all in a positive, professional and non-competitive environment.”

Class ranges are Little Kids (grades K-2), Big Kids (3-5), Middle School (6-8) and High School (9-12).

Little Kids classes include Musical Theater: Into the Unknown; Build-A-Character: Paw Patrol; Story Theater: Big Hungry Caterpillar; and Play Making: Outer Space Adventures.

Big Kids classes include Play Making: Topsy Turvy Tales; Musical Theater: Descendants; Build-A-Character: Marvel Universe; and Intro to Singing: Find Your Voice.

Middle School classes include Performance Skills: Improvapalooza and Musical Theater: Rock and Pop.

High School classes include: Theater Skills: Playwriting League and Musical Theater: Audition Songs.

There is also a class for Teens (grades 6-12) in Stage Makeup: Creatures and Concepts.

“Lyric Arts is a warm and supportive home for young artists to build self-confidence, develop skills and make new friends,” said Kayli McIntyre, education program manager. “We hope to see you very soon!”

Scholarships are also available to help enable all to participate, with more information available at lyricarts.org/scholarships.

To register or learn more about classes, visit lyricarts.org/fall-workshops.

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