Take our Fall Class Interest Survey!


As we approach Fall, What A Do is excited to share some opportunities and creative projects we have been working on! We want to thank all those who attended our summer classes and those who continue to support and help us to sustain the arts within the community.

We are asking you to take a quick moment to take the survey below (will take 3-5 minutes). This will allow our theatre to determine classes and potential online programs that we can offer in the fall. Please take a moment to complete the survey and we thank you in advance for your help!


We look forward to sharing our upcoming events with you soon!


Summer 2020 Virtual Classes


More classes will be added throughout the month. You can sign up for all sessions for the age group or drop in.  Classes are Free and Sizes are limited!


To sign up:
1) Click the link below and select classes you would like to sign up for.

2) We will send you a confirmation and a permission form for classes/a link to the class.

Questions? Email whatadoexecutivedirector@gmail.com

Disney on Broadway


  • Wednesdays from 10:00am-11:00am (July 15, July 22, July 29th, August 5th)

  • Ages 6-10 

  • Join experienced choreographer, Jocelyn France as she teaches the moves to your favorite Disney songs including; “Step in Time”, “Hyyge”, “Under the Sea”, and “Wanna Be Like You"


Acting through Song with Altamiece Carolyn Cooper 

  • Wednesdays from 4pm-5pm (July 22, July 29, August 5th, August 12th)

  • Ages 12+

  • Join equity actor Altamiece and learn how to add character to your singing.  Participants will select a song to sing and learn how to enhance and build your song to stand out at an audition!


Broadway Design with Eric Tsuchiyama

  • Next Session Dates TBA

  • Ages 16+

  • NYC Graphic Designer will walk you through all the behind the scenes to Broadway graphic design. Participants will create their own designs for broadway shows and learn the tricks to advertising and marketing.


Little Theatrics with Teri Noaeill

  • Thursdays from 10:00am-10:30am (July 16th, July 23rd, July 30th, August 6th)

  • Ages 3-5

  • Use imaginative play and exploration as we play games and learn the basics to creating characters.


Let’s Play with Teri Noaeill

  • Thursdays from 11:00am-11:45am (July 16th, July 23rd, July 30th, August 6)

  • Ages 6-10

  • We will build confidence and theatre skills with our young actors by playing different theatre games that engage their imagination and encourage performers to think outside the box!


Monologue and Character Building with Christian Perry 

  • Thursdays from 7:00pm-8:00pm (July 23, July 30th, August 6th, and August 13th)

  • Ages 11-18

  • Learn the how to build and create a character with NYC Equity actor, Christian Perry. Christian is experienced in teaching youth theatre and has an extensive resume in the performing arts. Actors will practive monologues and work on the foundations of building a character



Acting for FIlm with Katherine Mumma

  • Wednesdays from 7:00pm-8:00pm (July 22nd, July 29th, August 5th, August 12th)

  • Ages 16+

  • The Camera will love you! Join Katherine Mumma in this interactive study on how to expand your acting tool box and make it work for the screen.


Playwriting Basic with Hunter King

  • Wednesdays from 7:00pm-8:00pm (August 19th, August 26th, September 2nd, September 9th)

  • Age 16+

  • Ever wonder what goes into writing your own play? Join Hunter King as he teaches the basics to creating characters and using creative writing to develop your own show!  In this class students will learn about the basis of how to write a play. The class will consist of lessons and activities breaking down the main ideas of how a play is written, as well as examining some scenes from classic and modern plays that will be used as examples of excellent playwriting. We will also examine and discuss different specialized techniques, such as the use of vignettes, monologues, dialogue and the styles of well known playwrights.

What A Do Theatre Youth Progam Info:

For those who do not know, What A Do is in the process of moving, which is a major step for the future of our theatre. With this being said, our programs will be at the Kool Center in downtown Battle Creek. The address is 200 West Michigan Avenue. More information will be provided at each program.

Classes are limited to 12 participants. Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis. To reserve a spot in a program, please fill out the registration form. Spots will only be reserved upon submission of payment. Financial assistance and payment plans may be available based on need and upon request.

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