The Z’s Creative Classroom

The Zeiterion’s Creative Classroom offers classes in the performing arts to learners of all ages and abilities in a variety of mediums. Classes take place in the Penler Lounge which is adjacent to the theater and are led by local teachers, performers and artists. The Creative Classroom offers a safe and inviting space in which all members of the community are able to explore their curiosity and interest in the arts.

Sign up for your next Creative Classroom course! 

To register for any of the classes below,
please contact the Box Office at
(508) 994-2900 or

Cancellation Policy: Because group classes have multiple attendees, make-ups are not available. Refunds are not available for sessions you are unable to attend.

Classes that fail to meet the minimum number
of required participants will not run.



MONDAYS, May 1 – June 12 (No Class 5/29)
7:00-8:30 pm
Instructor: Professor Andrew Clarke
Suggested Ages: Adults
Cost: $90


Are you the next Shakespeare? Miller? Wilde? Join us for a course focusing on the writing and revision of an original one-act play suitable for production on-stage. Accomplished through reading and analyzing plays and theory, discussing theatrical techniques, and engaging writing exercises, this class aims to develop confidence in your work and improve the overall quality of your writing.

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Live Event Photography Workshop

SUNDAY, April 30
9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Instructor: Drew Pion
Suggested Ages: Adults
Cost: $125


Senior Zeiterion Photographer, Drew Pion, will share learnings from years of experience as an event and concert photographer. Camera gear, settings, anticipating the shot, getting photo passes, lighting, networking and more will be covered. In addition, you will have a chance to shoot a live show and practice what you have learned. This class is geared towards students who own an interchangeable lens camera (DSLR, Mirrorless…) and have a basic photography knowledge. We will briefly cover the exposure triangle basics as a foundation.

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