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! 

Have Questions?
Please contact
or The Z’s Box Office at (508) 994-2900

Attendance 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.


WEDNESDAYS, January 3 – February 21
Beginners Level 1: 5:00-6:00 pm
Beginners Level 2: 6:15-7:15 pm
Intermediate: 7:25-8:25pm
Advanced: 8:30-9:30pm
Instructor: George Anzivino
Suggested Ages: Youth and Adult
Cost: $65
Students must supply their own Uke.

Beginners Level 1: For early beginners. Explore Ukulele fundamentals including basic strumming patterns, 5-7 chords, elementary music theory and some introductory songs!
Beginners Level 2: For beginners with some experience. Advance your knowledge of strumming patterns, chord progressions and music theory concepts while more chords and songs are added to your repertoire.
Intermediate: Delve into a diverse array of repertoire while studying more complex strumming patterns, chord progressions, and music theory concepts all while improving your uke technique.
Advanced: For those with at least 2 years of experience. This course focuses on advanced techniques, finger picking, reading notation and tablature, music theory and playing songs in varying musical styles.

Students must supply their own uke.


Drumming Through Trauma

SUNDAY, April 15
2:00 pm
Cost: FREE


A drumming workshop that offers participants a physical and emotional outlet as well as space for stress reduction, self-expression and community building. The workshop open to veterans, first responders or anyone who has a need for healing.