* Spring 2020 classes being offered are indicated with start dates *
“Logic will get you from
A to B.
Imagination will take you everywhere.”
Sprouts Musical Make-Believe Summer 2020
Each month Sprouts work on a different mini play that includes music, songs, dance, simple lines to memorize, and lots of fun costumes! Sprouts will learn basic theatre terminology, performance and audience etiquette, and stage directions, all while building self-esteem, focus and teamwork. The last class of each month will include a performance on stage in the theatre for parents to enjoy.
(3-6 yrs olds)
Sprouts Adventures on Stage Summer 2020
No ball gowns or ballet will be found in this high-adventure theatre class for imaginative Sprouts. Pirates, robots, dragons, wizards, super heroes and villains, and more are the monthly themes for this beginning acting class. Students will help write their own scripts and dialogue, using costumes and props to inspire each unique storyline. The last class of each month will include a performance on stage in the theatre for parents to enjoy.
(3-6 yr olds)
Little Sprouts Musical Theatre Morning Class
Classes start February 11th
(3-6 yr olds) Tuesdays 10:00--11:00 am
Singing, dancing, flexibility, balance, rhythm, musical instruments, props, rhyming, following patterns, cooperative social interaction, self-expression, and much more. This is a great introduction to the world of theatre. With a "Once Upon A Time" themed musical show at the end of the 10 week course, this class is sure to be the highlight of your child's week.
Show date: Friday April 24th, 6:00pm
Acting for the Stage
Classes start the week of February 3rd
Parents are always amazed when they see the depth of character that can emerge from their child when anxiety is replaced with confidence and creativity is given a place to grow. An actor breathes life into characters and places that would otherwise be merely words on a page. This course is designed to help students find that power within themselves and encourage each other in the process. From learning stage directions and theatre terminology, to the the excitement of performance night, this class will cover everything in between and then some. Students will practice their craft with weekly assignments as well as performing a complete play or a variety of scenes (depending on semester) on our stage with lights, body mics, costumes, props, and more at the end of the semester.
Teens (11-18 yrs)
Show dates for both classes: Saturday April 25th, 4:00 & 7:00pm
Summer 2020 iMovie Making
This course takes students outside the box (or the stage, in this case) and introduces them to an entirely different genre of acting. Using simple iPhone and iMovie filming and editing techniques, instructors will guide students though the process of making mini movies and trailers. From concept to storyboard to shooting scenes, this class is the ultimate creative outlet. At the end of the 12 week course, students will host a film festival for family and friends showcasing their projects. Apple devices are not required of students.
Ages 8-18 yrs
Classes start the week of February 3rd
Wicked, Annie, Newsies, The Lion King, Hairspray, Grease, West Side Story…the list of fabulous musicals goes on and on. Musical Theatre combines singing, dancing, and acting to create a multidimensional art form like no other. This is THE class for kids who love to perform—even if it’s only in front of the bathroom mirror. Our instructors understand the importance of nurturing even the smallest spark of interest in the shyest of children when it comes to getting on stage in front of an audience. All levels of experience are welcome in this class and every student will be cast in the class musical each semester. Along with rehearsing the show, a portion of each week’s 2 hour class will be dedicated to theatre education. Theatre terminology and etiquette, stage directions, theatre history, script and character analysis, acting techniques, and much more will become part of your child’s experience in our musical theatre program. We want all of our students to become better performers with each semester of instruction, and are committed to making the most of every minute your child spends in class with us.
Spring Production Classes
Showcase Cast (10-18 yrs) (Once On This Island) 2hrs Thursdays 6--8 pm
Audition only--Auditions will be held Dec 7th, 2019
Spotlight FULL (12-18 yrs) (Once on This Island) 2hrs Tuesdays 6-8 pm
Center Stage (10-12 yrs) (Once on This Island) 2 hrs Tuesdays 4-6 pm
Main Stage (9-16 yrs) (Once on This Island) 2hrs Thursdays 4-6 pm
Jrs (8-10yrs) FULL (Disney's Jungle Book Kids) 2 hrs Mondays 4-6 pm
Seedlings (7-9 yrs) (Disney's Jungle Book Kids) 1.5 hrs Wednesdays 5:30-7:00 pm
Sprouts Ensemble (4-7 yrs) (Disney's Jungle Book Kids) 1.5 hr Wednesdays 4-5:30 pm
Center Stage and Showcase will perform May 1st & 2nd
Main Stage and Spotlight will perform May 8th & 9th
Jrs, Seedlings, and Sprouts will perform May 15th & 16th
Set in the French Antilles in the Carribean, Once on This Island tells the story of Ti Moune, an orphan girl saved by the Gods from a tremendous hurricane that devastates the village into which she is adopted. Ti Moune is parented by Tonton Julian and Mama Euralie and watched over from afar by the island gods of earth, water, love, and death. Fate delivers Daniel Beauxhomme, the son of wealthy landowner, into Ti Moune’s life when she rescues him from a car accident. She bargains for his life with the god of death and the two mortals fall in love. But Daniel's responsibilities to his family and the separation of classes rise up between them. Ti Moune is determined to prove that love is stronger than death as her
story is played out in this beautifully written musical by Lynn Ahrens and
Stephen Flaherty (Seussical, Anastasia).
Nominated for 10 Tony Awards and winner for Best Musical Revival in 2018
& Center Stage classes will be performing ...
Join Mowgli, Baloo, Bagherra and the rest of the gang in this Disney musical classic based on the book by Rudyard Kipling
**Disney has taken MULAN off the licensing market to do a re-write and is not allowing any productions of that show at this time. We are hoping for another opportunity in the near future.
Theatre Tech and Design
Backstage Pass (stage crew)
Is your child more interested in working backstage than performing onstage? We've got a class for that! From the sound system to lighting design, creating props to painting scenery, this class is an education in everything that goes into a stage production. During the show weeks, students become the stage crew for the productions on the Seedling stage.
Ages 12-18 --contact Kris for individual training opportunities
Vocal Performance Classes start February 6th
Taught by our amazing vocal coach Britni Favero, this group class focuses on technique as well as stage presence. Students will work on both solo and group numbers, exploring a variety of music genres. An end-of-semester show in our theater will give our aspiring singers a chance to showcase their talents. Space is limited and these classes will fill quickly.
Ages 10-18 yrs
Thursdays 4:45--6 pm
Thursdays 6:00-7:15 pm
Showtimes are Friday May 22nd 6pm & 7:30pm
If you are you looking for a fun, non-competitive dance class for your child that still teaches foundational techniques, these classes fit the bill. The skills learned in these courses are designed to build confidence, coordination, flexibility, and strength and to enhance the performance capabilities of musical theatre students as well. Students will participate in an end-of-course recital on the last day of class to show off their choreographed numbers.
Our little Sprouts will love this fairytale themed creative dance class that incorporates storytelling, costumes, fun props, and a performance for parents at the end of every 4 weeks. Movement activities will focus on rhythm, flexibility, coordination, and confidence in front of an audience.
Private Vocal Lessons
A limited number of private singing lesson slots are available. Please use the form below to contact the vocal coach, Britni Favero, for more information: