Intro to APAT Theater Arts Program
Asbury Production, Art & Theater (APAT) is a state of the arts facility. This program will introduce participants to the world of production and theater.
In production, participants will learn about audio visual and lighting techniques needed to produce a concert or play. In theater, participants will learn about improv, acting and auditioning.
At the end of the program, participants will produce and perform the play Annie!
Dance Dance Life
Dance Dance Life is a program teaching hip hop dance, jazz, modern and many more styles. Participants will work together to learn different styles of dance. At the end of the program participants will perform in a recital!
Mic Check is an innovative program about radio podcasts. Instructors will teach how to design and implement a successful podcast on the internet. Participants will have access to state of the art equipment to produce their own podcasts. The goal is to give the participants a voice to impact their community.
Get2It: Job Readiness
Get2It provides job training to local teens and young adults to equip them for the workforce. Teens and young adults need skills to be successful in their work endeavors!
During the program, participants will learn resume writing, references building, job hunting, professionalism, work ethics, and life management skills.At the end of the program, participants will actively apply for jobs and schedule interviews.
The Hammer2Nail program helps mentor middle and high school students and inspires them to pursue careers in construction services.
Our mission is to teach and enlighten middle and high school students to pursue careers in construction through mentoring and to support their continued advancement in the industry.
Asbury Production, Art and Theater (APAT)
APAT is committed to increasing opportunities for all people to participate in and understand the arts.
To fulfill that mission, APAT will commission, produce, and present performances reflecting the highest standards of excellence and diversity indicative of the world in which we live, and to make those performances accessible to the broadest possible audience through Production Art Theatre education.