Classes for your aspiring actor
Next semester begins the week of January 6
|5:30PM-6:30PM||Musical Theater class|
|6:30PM-8:00PM||Rehearsal for Shows Group 1 (Frozen/Matilda)|
|8:00PM-9:00PM||Held for additional rehearsal if needed|
|5:30PM-6:30PM||Musical Theater (all ages)|
|6:30PM-8:00PM||Rehearsal for Shows Group 2 (Frozen/Matilda)|
|8:00PM-9:00PM||Held for additional rehearsal|
|once a month||Fun Friday|
Take advantage of our Full-Time Student option this year! A full-time student signs a contract that runs September-May and pays tuition of $130.00 per month.
A FULL-TIME STUDENT HAS:
*The option of attending 2 classes weekly + show rehearsal
*The flexibility of Tuesday or Wednesday musical theater class and rehearsals
*The flexibility of Thursday or Saturday dance class
*The flexibility of Tuesday or Saturday acting/improv class
*No additional fees to be in a show
For students who opt for the 1 or 2 class option instead of full-time student, there will be a show fee to be in a show - fee will not exceed $400.
The only exception is for our adults and teens over age 16 who we may need for our production. To be in Matilda you must attend our dance class as we will be working on choreography and dance skills for that production in our dance class. If teens/adults are placed in a production that requires dance they will also be required to be in the class as well.
Teens age 16-18 will be assessed fees per production (will not exceed $150)
Auditions for Elf Jr., Frozen Jr., and Matilda will begin in late September early October. Students must be enrolled in September to audition.
OUR SEASON 2019-2020 SEPTEMBER – MAY
HALLOWEEN HAUNTED HOUSE
COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCES
DR. SEUSS PLAY AT MCKENNA EVENTS CENTER
SPRING RECITAL ONE ACTS
SHOWS AT OUR STUDIO
DINNER THEATER SHOWS
We offer classes in Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Hip Hop Dance.
Students will learn basic ballet and tap technique in a fun and nurturing environment.
Outfit: dancewear, ballet and tap shoes required.
Musical Theater Classes
Our classes include all ages (5 and up) and have been successful because our older students mentor the younger students and create the feeling of belonging to a theater family. We require you to attend 3 weeks of class before you can audition for a show. Our tech weeks are "all hands on deck" and require everyone in the show to be available every evening of tech week for rehearsals. Usually run from 5:30-8:30PM.
Studio Vocal Master Class (ages 8-18)
About the Class- Led by a Vocal Coach, students will perform selected songs then learn to receive and give professional constructive criticism. This will allow a place for vocal students to perform and gather repertoire as well as give audition experience.
Teen Voice (ages 9-18)
About the Class- Singing is really fun! Still confused on how to read the music? "Lets start at the very beginning", it’s a very good place to start I hear! This class will teach kids the basics of singing and reading music. This class will familiarize students with sulfage, the staff and basic music theory. Lets get this class singing,"with the sound of music”!
Improvisation Class (ages 10-18)
About the Class- Forgetting a line in a song or monologue is scary! This class will provide a fun and un-intimidating way to get those creative juices flowing when off script! This class will also teach actors how to build a character and remain in character while on stage. You may need to bring a tissue box to this class. This class is guaranteed to bring tears of laughter to your eyes. Stage confidence and etiquette is also taught in this class.
Private Voice and Master Classes with Ashley Meade. Ashley teaches classical and musical theater voices. Sign up for lessons with Ashley at <a href="https://nbpavoicebyashley.setmore.com">https://nbpavoicebyashley.setmore.com</a>. Feel free to contact her at 254-366-0765 or email her at <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>.
Private voice, piano, trumpet, bass and acting classes are scheduled through individual instructors. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get scheduled.
Group Voice Lessons
Music is good for the brain and feeds the soul. If you like to sing and want to improve your voice, come join a basic singing class with Carrie de Lemos. Carrie is operatically trained and has a degree in Vocal Performance from Texas State University. She has taught voice for over 15 years. In this 45 minute group singing class, learn singing foundations like breathing and breath control, diction, articulation, projection, and how to connect emotionally to a song.