Classes are held from September - April, with breaks for holidays.
Please see TheatreSchool calendar for specific dates.
Monthly payments are charged on the 1st of every month,
September - April (excluding December).
K-2ND Musical Theatre
Welcome to the exciting world of musical theatre! In this engaging and interactive class, children from kindergarten to 2nd grade will explore the magic of musical theatre while developing their creativity, self-expression, and performance skills. Through a combination of music, movement, acting, and storytelling, students will have the opportunity to shine on stage, build confidence, and foster a love for the performing arts.
- Develop Confidence: Through various performance activities, students will gain confidence in expressing themselves on stage, speaking in front of an audience, and showcasing their unique talents.
- Enhance Creativity: Students will be encouraged to unleash their imagination, think creatively, and contribute ideas to create unique characters and stories.
- Foster Teamwork: Collaborative activities and ensemble-based exercises will teach students the value of teamwork, cooperation, and mutual respect while working towards a common goal.
- Build Performance Skills: Students will learn fundamental performance skills, such as projection, stage presence, facial expressions, and body language, to effectively communicate their characters and stories to an audience.
- Develop Musicality: Students will explore rhythm, melody, and vocal techniques through fun musical exercises, songs, and dance routines, enhancing their musicality and overall performance abilities.
- Build Performance Skills: Students will be introduced to the basics of stage presence, blocking, singing, and movment. They will explore physicality, facial expressions, and gestures to bring characters to life. Additionally, they will gain an understanding of the rehearsal process and the importance of commitment and discipline in musical theatre. This class will perform as part of Playfest in April 2024. Specific schedule TBD.
No prior musical theatre experience is necessary. Students should come to class with enthusiasm, an open mind, and a willingness to participate in group activities. Comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for movement are recommended.
Join us on an exciting journey through the world of musical theatre, where imagination comes to life, and every child has the chance to be a star!
Welcome to the exciting world of acting! In this engaging and interactive class, children from kindergarten to 2nd grade will embark on a journey of imagination, creativity, and self-expression. Through a series of fun and age-appropriate activities, students will develop foundational acting skills, build confidence, and discover the joy of storytelling. This class is designed to nurture each child's unique abilities while fostering a supportive and inclusive environment.
- Develop Confidence: Through drama games, improvisation exercises, and small group performances, students will gain confidence in expressing themselves, speaking in front of others, and sharing their ideas and emotions.
- Enhance Creativity: Students will unleash their imagination, explore different characters, and learn to think creatively. They will develop storytelling skills by creating their own characters, narratives, and short scenes.
- Foster Collaboration: Students will engage in group activities that promote teamwork, cooperation, and active listening. They will learn to value and respect the ideas and contributions of their peers, fostering a positive and supportive ensemble dynamic.
- Improve Communication Skills: Through vocal exercises, body language exploration, and character development, students will enhance their communication abilities. They will learn to use their voices effectively, project confidence, and convey emotions authentically.
- Build Performance Skills: Students will be introduced to the basics of stage presence, blocking, and stage movement. They will explore physicality, facial expressions, and gestures to bring characters to life. Additionally, they will gain an understanding of the rehearsal process and the importance of commitment and discipline in acting. This class will perform as part of Playfest in April 2024. Specific schedule TBD.
- Drama Games and Improvisation: Students will participate in lively and interactive drama games that encourage creativity, spontaneity, and quick thinking. These games will enhance their ability to think on their feet, develop characters, and engage in storytelling.
- Character Exploration: Students will explore different characters through role-playing exercises. They will learn to understand a character's thoughts, feelings, and motivations, and express them through physicality, voice, and facial expressions.
- Storytelling and Scene Work: Students will have the opportunity to create their own stories and scenes, individually or in small groups. They will learn the elements of storytelling, including setting, conflict, and resolution, and bring their narratives to life through performance.
- Vocal and Physical Expression: Students will develop vocal techniques through voice exercises, storytelling, and character work. They will explore body awareness, movement, and gestures to convey emotions and enhance their performances.
- Show and Tell: At the end of the class term, students will have the opportunity to showcase their progress and perform short scenes or monologues for family, friends, and the wider school community, celebrating their achievements in a supportive and encouraging environment.
No prior acting experience is necessary. Students should come to class with enthusiasm, curiosity, and a willingness to participate in group activities. Comfortable clothing that allows for movement is recommended.
Join us in this dynamic acting class, where young performers will unleash their creativity, build confidence, and discover the joy of bringing stories to life on stage!