Second-half-of-semester classes: register now!

While many of our classes are still underway (as part of our 12 week class sessions), or just finishing (as part of our 8 week sessions), there are a few classes that are still taking registrations because they begin in March! These classes provide excellent opportunities for students to explore different areas in the arts, in an encouraging and comfortable atmosphere. Click on the links below for more info on what’s being offered!



  • Scenic Design Intensive: A 6-week crash course tackling the intricate details of designing a set for a production, for ages 12-18.

  • TIP Crew: three workshops provide training in everything backstage – from sound to lights, stage equipment, sets,  and special effects. A must for anyone interested in the stage! For ages 10-18.

  • Recreational Ballet: Highly recommended for all performers, ballet builds confidence and self awareness, which changes how you carry yourself. The atmosphere is low-pressure and inspiring. For ages 12-18.

  • Machine Sewing 2: The second level to our Machine Sewing Class, this class will continue to offer students the basics of machine sewing. Students who have not taken the first level may contact the instructor about jumping in. For ages 10-18.

  • Quilting: For the more experienced seamstresses, this class will cultivate in an original quilt to take home!


If you have any questions, feel free to contact us…

As always, #learngrowshine,

Jen Roca for all of us at AWIP

Join us for our 4th Annual Staged Reading!


“Oh, it’s delightful to have ambitions. I’m so glad I have such a lot. And there never seems to be any end to them– that’s the best of it. Just as soon as you attain to one ambition you see another one glittering higher up still. It does make life so interesting.” — Anne Shirley


Talk about ambition: Our high school students have been hard at work the past 6 weeks, diving into the rich text and complex characters that make up the classic, “Anne of Green Gables” by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Instructor Nicole Cannella has been working with a very talented group of students for the past six weeks on this heartwarming tale.


Join us at the Centenary United Methodist Church (home of the Hebron Food Pantry) on Friday, March 9 @7:00. Tickets are $2/person or $5/family and you can get your tickets at the door.

You will leave inspired and perhaps… filled with new ambition to make life interesting. Anne’s spirit is hard to resist!


See you there,

Jennifer Roca for all of us at AWIP

p.s. We have some second semester classes starting up in two weeks! Check out sewing, recreational ballet, tap, and stay tuned for a new scene design class being added…not to mention several Master Classes being planned 🙂

p.p.s. Tickets for NARNIA go on sale soon!