Wheat Ridge Theatre Company is excited to support artistic exploration and growth in the community by promoting classes. 

Please note that all classes are taught by independent professionals dedicated to diverse aspects of performing arts and education.

Brave Women Transformation Project

Defy Your Fear!

How often are you allowing fear to be the boss of you?

Do you long for an opportunity to be seen, heard, and valued for who you truly are?

Do you find yourself constantly making excuses for not moving forward and living a life that is authentic?

Are you caught up in the fear of judgment from those around you?

How much longer will you wait?

Do you wish you could break free?

Join the next cohort of The Brave Women’s Transformation Project as we begin a new 12 week women’s theatre program in January of 2023.

This 12 week program is a deep dive into the exploration and reclamation of YOU, from the grasp of fear‘s lies.

Through a curriculum that combines theatre performance training techniques, dance/movement therapy, and drama therapy you will be given the tools to embody bravery, creativity, community, and play. As a community, participants are guided to create autobiographical performances that reflect moving forward towards their dreams though fear may be present.

To learn more about becoming a participant, book a free 30 minute meet and greet with founder of The Brave Women’s Transformation Project LLC, Lucia DiVieste Severtson, at the following link:

Or email:

[email protected]

Acting for Children 8 to 13 years old

Taught by Michelle Grimes

Mondays and Thursdays from 4 to 5:30 pm

Starts January 23 and runs for 6 weeks

Theater Workshop for Seniors

Taught by Michelle Grimes

Mondays and Thursdays from 1:30 to 3:30 pm

Stars January 23 and runs for 6 weeks

Mommy and Me Rhythm 

and Storytelling Classes

Taught by Sina Hirsch

Fridays from 10 to 11:30 am

Classes are for children between the ages of 3-5 years old, and their parents, on Fridays from 10a – 11:30a starting January 20th.

 $10.00/child per class. This allows for drop-ins, with no continued obligation

 $60.00/child per 8-week sessions.

Mommy and Me Rhythm and Storytelling is all about cultivating your child’s imagination and creativity. Parents and children will tell stories through music and play, while using rhythmic instruments, props, and costumes pieces. The class will not only strengthen your child’s ability to create and explore, but will also teach the fundamentals of teamwork and flexibility.

For more information contact Sina Hirsch at

[email protected]

Early Alzheimer's Theater Workshop

Taught by Sina Hirsch

Fridays from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm

Starts January 20 and runs for 8 weeks

Improv for Teenagers

Taught by Sina Hirsch

Saturdays from 10 to 11 am

Auditions for the workshop on

January 28 from 10 to 11



Come and audition for the only professional, teenaged Improv Troupe in the

Western Suburbs. Some Assembly Required is a professional improv troupe that

performs all over the Denver Metro and Suburbs. They specialize in short-form

improv games, and perform at a variety of events. This year they will be

performing in a dedicated space for live audiences as well.

Auditions will be held on Saturday, January 28th from 10a-11a (maybe a bit later if

we’re having fun!) at the Wheat Ridge Theatre Company, 5455 W. 38th Avenue,

Wheat Ridge, CO. Please contact Sina Hirsch at [email protected] to

reserve your audition space, and for any further information. Hope to see you


Improv for Adults

Taught by Sina Hirsch

Saturdays 11:15 am to 12:15 pm

Starts January 21 and runs for 8 weeks

Acting for Adults

Taught by Sina Hirsch

Saturdays from 12:30 to 2:30 pm

Starts January 21 and runs for 8 weeks

Directing Workshop for Theater Professionals

Taught by Selena A. Naumoff

Mondays from 7 to 9 pm

Starts January 23 and runs for 8 weeks

Cost for Workshop: $210

A Theatre Director must know the design aspects of the performance and communicate their vision to designers, actors, and crew. In this 8-week course, we will explore the basics of directing for stage (not film, which uses a different skill set). Great for beginners or for experienced directors who want to brush up on their craft. This class meets once a week and will include weekly assignments to be completed at home.