Hip Hop Dance, Hampton Fluker, and more!

Hello friends!

Temperatures are dropping outside, but this week’s Opening Act for All line up is on fire!! From a hip hop dance lesson to “Ask an Artist” with TV and film star Hampton Fluker (with some improv in between, of course!), you won’t want to miss these fun events! ALL are welcome, no performance experience necessary, and the only requirement is showing up!


  • Wednesday at 2pm ET – Watch on YOUTUBE!
  • For dancers of all ages and experience levels!

Do you want to learn hip hop dance but never had the chance? Your time has come! Follow along with Opening Act Alum and professional dancer, Nathasha “Nash” Bell, and make sure to share your progress by posting a clip on Instagram! Tag @openingactforall with the hashtag #YourMove – we can do it!


  • Thursday at 12pm ET – Register HERE!

Are you looking for a brave space to learn improv? Are you an improviser missing the stage since COVID-19? Are you simply wanting to connect and laugh with others? Hi Noon Improv has what you need! Join actor, comedian, and Opening Act Alum, Jeremiah Thompson, (along with special guests!) for this weekly, 30-minute workshop open to anyone, anywhere!


  • For aspiring actors and fans of the arts!
  • Friday at 4pm ET – Join via FACEBOOK LIVE or YOUTUBE!

#FreeStyleFriday continues our “Ask an Artist” series with a Q&A between Hampton Fluker (SHADES OF BLUE, BLIND SIDE), Brittany Adebumola (OA Alum, GRAND ARMY), and Lucia Morel (current OA student). Brittany and Lucia will interview Hampton about his journey from Atlanta to star of stage and screen! Join this live event and be ready with a question to Ask an Artist!

If you didn’t catch last week’s “Ask an Artist” with Guillermo Díaz, check it out HERE! It was the first interview that OA Alum, Keith Morris, has ever conducted, and we think he’s going places! And as always, thank you for showing up, spreading the word, and helping to ensure that as many people as possible have access to Opening Act for All

Onwards and Upwards!

Your Friends at Opening Act