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Theatre

These Programs are designed for ages 3-17

Theatre Productions

Our Production Program is for students who desire to be part of a live show/production!

Students can choose to be directly in the spotlight on stage, or behind it, running the show behind the scenes. There’s a role for everyone! Both acting and stage crew positions are vital for any production. Our students will learn about how it all comes together and participate in producing every aspect of the show. Students will truly discover  the full meaning behind, “All the world’s a stage!” 

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Dance Classes

These Programs are designed for ages 3+

Ballet

This classical style of dance teaches grace through movement, and strength through poise. We help our students develop technique, flexibility, body awareness, and discipline – in a very fun and dynamic way.

Hip-Hop

In today’s culture, hip hop is easily one of the most publicized and well-known forms of dance. Our classes expose students to different forms of Hip-Hop, teaching them how to dance to the beat of the music, how to strengthen coordination, how to work as a team, and how to take direction.

 

Recreational

This variety of dance styles of Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Baton and more is incorporated in our Recreational Dance classes. We tier our Recreational classes between Petite and Junior to give our students the ability to grow and progress to the next level. And to learn the varieties of Dance there are in Recreational Dancing.

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Acting

These Programs are designed for ages 8-17

Junior Acting & Improv

Classes not only teach students how to implement the fundamentals of Acting, but they also develop each student’s innerconfidence and individuality. Through improv games and exercises, students will develop stage presence, explore characterization, learn how to emote through character, and work as a team – both on and off stage… and that’s just the beginning! As students progress through the Program, they will delve further into more advanced techniques and methods. There’s much to discover!

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Music

These Programs are designed for ages 5+

Instruments

Learning to play a musical instrument can be an incredible experience. The initial excitement for a beginner learning an instrument can be inspirational and powerful.

We offer a variety of classes/private lessons for beginners and advanced students of all ages. Our Program teaches Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, and many other instruments. All we’re missing is you! Feel the music and discover your passion.

Vocal Lessons

Our approach to vocal technique is based on comprehensive knowledge of anatomy (a singer’s instrument) and the way the body works. We specialize in voice and vocal coaching; we use functional training to help singers uncover their most natural sound, regardless of style. Whether it’s Pop, Rock, Musical Theater, Gospel, Jazz, or classical… Discover your voice today!

Private Lessons Include:
Piano, Guitar, Violin, Ukulele, Drums, Cello, Bass Guitar, and more.

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Schedule

Theatre

Mondays
Junior Production 6-8pm The Journey of Little Red (Ages 6-11)

Tuesdays
Backstage Crew 6-8pm (Ages 8+)
Dramatic Production Clue On Stage 6-8pm (Ages 11+)

Thursdays
Little’s Production 5-6:30pm Spring Time Down on the Farm (Ages 4-7)

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Dance

Mondays
Junior Recreational Dance (Jazz, Tap, Ballet) 5-7pm (Ages 6+)

Tuesdays
Competition Prep 5-6pm (Also Wednesday) (Ages 6+)
Petite Recreational Dance (Ballet, Tap) 5-6pm (Ages 3-5)
Junior Ballet 6-7pm (Ages 6-9)

Wednesdays
Little’s Hip-Hop 4-5pm (Ages 3-6)
Junior Hip-Hop 5-6pm (Ages 7-10)
Competition Prep 5-6pm (Also Tuesday) (Ages 6+)
Boys Dance Crew 6-7pm (Ages 6+)
Intermediate Hip-Hop 6-7pm (Ages 11+)

Thursdays
Petite Ballet 4-5pm (Ages 3-5)
Lyrical Dance 5-6pm (Ages 6-9)
Ballet Intensive 6-8pm (Ages 10+)

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Acting

Tuesdays
Acting Intro 101 5-6pm (Ages 6-11)
Drama Movement – Audition Required – 5-6pm (Ages 11+)

Wednesdays
Junior Improv 5-6pm (Ages 8-14)
Drama Llama’s Improv 6-8pm (Ages 11+)

Thursdays
Acting Intro 201 6-7pm (Ages 8+)

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Music

Mondays
Music Lessons Mondays 10-8pm (Ages 5+)

Tuesdays
Music Lessons Tuesdays 2-8pm (Ages 5+)

Wednesdays
Music Lessons Wednesdays 10-8pm (Ages 5+)

Thursdays
Music Lessons Thursdays 2-8pm (Ages 5+)

Private Lessons Include:
Piano, Guitar, Violin, Ukulele, Drums Brass (trumpet, trombone, french horn), Woodwind (saxophone, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, flute), Cello, Bass, and more. Lessons are in 30-minute increments, and are private one on one instruction.

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Class Information

Dance

Junior Recreational Dance: this class consists of Tap, Jazz, and Ballet students will learn basics 1 and 11 of each dance and they will perform three dances for each recital. Recital Class.

Competition Pre: this class is for students that have at least 2 years of dancing and who want to learn the aspects of what competition involves. Training includes Tap, Jazz, Ballet and contemporary. The students will learn the proper technique of each dance and will learn how to audition and tryout. Students will gain knowledge of performing a solo, duo, and or trio performance, as well as a group dance. Students will be working towards an upcoming competition in the future. Recital Class.

Petite Recreational Dance: this class is a combination of Ballet, Tap, and Baton. All three genres will enhance coordination, balance and teach basic forms of dance. Baton is a routine like rhythmic gymnastics or color guard with a twirling metal rod. This is for students who have had at least 6 months training in one of these dance forms. Recital Class.

Junior Ballet: consists of Ballet Basic 1 and II with emphasis on technique and ballet terminology which will be taught in a structured environment. Students will learn multiple routines and perform in each of our recitals. Recital Class.

Littles Hip Hop: this class is for smaller dancers who want to learn the most up-to-date movements while having fun. This class hones in on the students creativity with each dance movement. These students will perform for our bi-annual recitals. Recital Class.

Junior Hip Hop:
Is a step above the Littles. This class gives students a chance to gain better knowledge of performance skills and hand and feet coordination. Students will perform in our bi-annual recitals. Recital Class.

Intermediate Hip Hop:
is for the seasoned dancers who have been through previous hip hop classes, and who are wanting to increase their knowledge of performance skills. This group will perform two dances in the recital. Recital Class.

Boys Dance Crew: this Hip-Hop class will focus on our guys this year. In this class students will learn robotic, waving, popping and locking as well as strengthening and much more. Students will perform in our recitals! Recital Class.

Petite Ballet: is an introduction to the basics of ballet and creative movement. This will help beginner students with coordination and confidence. This class will perform in our recitals! Recital Class.

Lyrical Movement:
this genre dance group consists of learning how to express oneself by telling a story through dance. Students will concentrate on using their bodies to its fullest extent and potential. This class is for students with at least 3 years plus in dance. Students will perform for events and recitals. Recital Class.

Ballet Intensive:
this class is for the experienced dancer with at least four years of ballet. Students are one’s who are wanting to increase their knowledge of ballet and performance skills as well as ballet terminology and technique. Students will perform multiple numbers at our recitals. Recital Class.

 

 

Acting\Theatre

 

Junior Production: “The Journey of Little Red” By: Samantha Knight: Our JP class is an opportunity for young students to get the experience of being a part of a theatrical production. This group performs twice a semester. They get the experience of rehearsals, shows, costumes, makeup, and much more. (An audition is required to participate.) – This group will have their own coursebook with helpful worksheets, audition forms, and course work to help them through the semester!

 

Acting Intro 101: Young students will get to know a variety of acting tools: from Impromptu Speeches, Monologues, Pantomime, Improv scenes, and more. Students will have a coursebook that they use throughout the semester to assist them analysis sheets, exercises, literature examples, and more. Students perform twice a semester. Recital Class.

 

Drama Movement: this group is a group of performers who use drama as a tool to inspire a crowd. Whether that is through poetry, lyrical movement, dramatic stories, and more. We only perform pieces that inspire and desire to bring change to our audiences. This class is by audition only. Recital Class.

 

Backstage Crew: Our Backstage Crew class is comprised of learning the in’s and out’s of backstage Theatre. Students will learn how to design sets, costume preparation, props, learn how to stage manage and assist with the success of 2-3 shows each semester. The crew is required to assist the Dramatic Production with their tech week. – This group will have their own coursebook with helpful worksheets, audition forms, and course work to help them through the semester!

 

Dramatic Production: “Clue on Stage” By: David Abbinanti. Our DP class is an opportunity for older students to get the experience of being apart of a theatrical production. This group performs once a semester in a lengthy show. They get the experience of rehearsals, shows, costumes, makeup, and much more. (An audition is required to participate.) – This group will have their own coursebook with helpful worksheets, audition forms, and course work to help them through the semester!

 

Homeschool Acting Intro 101: Young students will get to know a variety of acting tools: from Impromptu Speeches, Monologues, Pantomime, Improv scenes, and more. Students will have a coursebook that they use throughout the semester to assist them analysis sheets, exercises, literature examples, and more. Students perform twice a semester. Recital Class.

 

Junior Improv: This is a JR Improv team meant for students who have had previous acting experience before. These students will learn more in depth improv and how to work better as a group than individual. This group will perform as the pre-show team for the “Drama Llama’s” monthly shows. Recital Class. – This group will have their own coursebook with helpful worksheets, game exercises, and course work to help them through the semester!

 

Drama Llama’s: This is a SR Improv team meant for students who want to take Improv seriously. This group performs in monthly shows. Learning how to creatively come up with suggestions given by the audience. This group is meant for students who have previous Improv experience and must be evaluated by the Instructor before they are accepted into the class. Recital Class. – This group will have their own coursebook with helpful worksheets, game exercises, and course work to help them through the semester!

 

Little’s Production: “Spring Time Down on the Farm” By: Robert Reed. Our LP class is an opportunity for students to get the experience of being a part of a theatrical production. This group performs twice a semester. They get the experience of rehearsals, shows, costumes, makeup, and much more. (An audition is required to participate.)

 

Acting Intro 201: Young students will get to know a variety of acting tools: from Introduction Speeches, Storytelling, Poetry, Duo Scene, and more. Students will have a coursebook that they use throughout the semester to assist them analysis sheets, exercises, literature examples, and more. Students perform twice a semester. Recital Class.

 


Workshops\Clinics

Contemporary Dance Clinic: this clinic prepares dancers for all of the genres of dance including elements of modern, Jazz, Lyrical, and Classical Ballet. Students will learn how to show more fluidity in their movements along with partnering with classmates.

Jazz Funk Workshop: this class and genre derives from Street and Jazz. And partners with dance styles like Hip-Hop and Funk. In this workshop you will learn proper technique and how to express yourself through body and mind. So, bring your excitement to this fun workshop and let’s learn something!

 

Audition Workshop: would be a mixture of the students learning how to audition and what actor’s should accept. Also taking a sneak peek into seeing what a director wants out of the auditions and knowing how to combine both together.

 

Public Speaking Clinic: would be the opportunity to teach a variety of students the power of public speaking and how it can be used in a variety of roles. No matter what area of life school or a job that you pick Public Speaking is useful. At the end of the clinic students will be able to provide a speech.

 

Music Theory Clinic: would be the opportunity to delve more into music technicality and learning the importance of basics before you can progress.

 

Guitar Maintenance Workshop: would be the opportunity to know how to take care of your guitar and to up-keep it so it remains in tack for years to come.

 

Scenic Art Work Clinic: is the opportunity for students to work on various art techniques. Students will work with drawing and sketching. And then they will end with assisting to design and painting a Theatrical set!