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Our Teaching Philosophy
Our studio is committed to providing not only top quality, theatre arts education, but we pride ourselves in carving a community for our students where they can find growth, support, and lasting memories.
We are different from other local studios as our education sector is rooted in just that: education. Our approach to the arts incorporates not only the four fine arts (drama, music, dance, and visual art), but we seek to pair our learning with drama experiences that introduce our students to literacy, science, history, math, social-emotional learning, technology, and so much more. That's why our teachers are first and foremost teachers, they follow a strong arts-integration curriculum, provide lasting experiences, and let students make every day discoveries. It is also these foundational skills that create incredible, well-rounded actors, but also great human beings.
We know that many of our students will make the choice not to become actors. However, we do hope that they leave us to go on to appreciate art, continue to make it, and learn that cultivating your local community is one of the most important things you can do.
We offer theatre arts classes for homeschool and afterschool programs, seasonal summer camps, and Saturday morning production and theatre classes. We currently serve two age brackets: 5-9 and 10-15.
Our classes are many and varied offered on a rotating basis every eight weeks.
Click below for more info on your child's age group.
Our studio hosts one large room that can be transformed for all needs: a movement room for rehearsals, drama, creative movement, and musical theatre. Or it can be utilized as our learning room for making, dreaming, planning, and hardcore learning. We keep our class sizes small to produce quality one-on-one time with each individual child. Classes are held on the second floor of Old Moore High School. Tech rehearsals and performances will be held downstairs in the auditorium unless otherwise mentioned.
Space is limited, so please reserve your child's space today.
Our "school" consists of classes that rotate each "quarter". A new quarter begins every eight weeks with the exception of our production classes. Students will host a showcase at the end of their class quarter. If you're interested in enrollment, but enrollment has closed for that season's quarter, you will need to enroll for the succeeding quarter.
We offer quarterly classes for Arts Ed (our homeschool program), Drama Club (our afterschool program), and Saturday morning classes. Students will be introduced to new foundational theatre skills every eight weeks while older ages and leveled classes will expand on those preliminary skill sets.
Enrollment is open to families at all times, but you will need to check when each new quarter begins. Please don't hesitate to reach out by phone or email with questions! We are happy to assist you!
Tuition is due as a non-refundable deposit at the time of enrollment to secure your child's space unless an agreement is agreed upon between the Director and the parent or guardian. The final balance is due on the first day of your child's scheduled class. No exceptions will be made. You can enroll online anytime or by phone (405) 886-6706 M-F, 9:30-5:30pm. If paying by monthly payments, tuition is due on the 15th of each month and will be taken out by direct deposit.
Our student's tuition contributes to not only the operation of our business, but employee salaries, supplies, and the overall experience we are able to provide our customers. We hope you understand and acknowledge that no refunds will be given at any time unless a class or event is canceled for the quarter by Storyteller's. We understand that families sometimes have extenuating circumstances that bring them to withdraw from classes. If you have already paid your nonrefundable deposit or full tuition, you will receive a credit to be used towards tickets or future enrollment, but we cannot provide you a full refund as per the statement above. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility in this manner.
All students should wear closed-toe shoes, comfortable/non-restrictive clothing, and bring a water bottle with them to class. For makery classes, please wear clothes you can get dirty in. Movement, dance, and/or production class students should bring jazz shoes or athletic footwear.
We will never ask you to purchase your own costume as that is included in your production tuition. However, we do ask families to provide appropriate performance shoes and a "black base". This base is utilized backstage so your child is dressed appropriately when making costume changes. It will consist of a black or nude leotard, tights, and tank top/shorts. We are able to purchase these materials for you and charge your account -- just ask! You will be notified about these materials at the beginning of rehearsals to give ample time to procure these pieces.
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