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NOW ENROLLING
2023-2024

Classes begin Monday, September 11th. 
Enroll with your $50 deposit before August 11th and receive first month of tuition FREE!

Youth Classes

Pre-theatre: ages 2 to 4
Monday or Tuesday from 3:00pm to 4:00pm OR Thursday's from 11:00am to 12:00pm

This age is all about play! Our classes combine the four fine arts (art, music, drama, and dance) paired with Early Learning Guidelines to create a curriculum that is fun, age-appropriate, and exploratory to our youngest of storytellers.

CAMPIRE TALES

ages 2 to 4 | 1st Saturday of the month | 10:30am to 11:30am

The smallest of storytellers will be introduced to theatre fundamentals through song, story, and epic imaginative play while utilizing age-appropriate picture books as our jumping point.
This is a free program, but advanced registration is required. 

IMAGINARIUM

ages 2 to 4 | Thursday's | 11:00am to 12:00am OR Monday, Tuesday's from 3:00pm to 4:00pm

 

Students will be introduced to the four fine arts (art, dance, music, and drama) and our storytelling treasures through sensorial play, exploratory learning, and guided imaginative play.

Theatre Fundamentals (ages 5 to 15)
Homeschool: Monday OR Tuesday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm //  Afterschool: Monday OR Tuesday from 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Our Theatre Fundamentals program sets the stage for future success in your individual artistic journey. Students will develop their technique, terminology, and artistic skills to establish a foundation for future learning. Classes are a combination of acting, theatre history, musical theatre, and technical theatre.
Classes are available for daytime and after school options. 

ACTING

Fundamentals classes dedicate over 50% of instructional time to acting. It IS storytelling, and the foundation for all art. Students will develop their strength as an actor by learning multiple methods, exercises, tools, and strategies to find their own personal process for creating characters and worlds. 

THEATRE HISTORY

We don't know where we're going if we don't know where we've been. Utilizing techniques dating all the way back to Greek drama, students will interact with theatre history in engaging and applicable ways to support and influence their artistic choices.

MUSICAL THEATRE

TECHNICAL THEATRE

We approach musical theatre by teaching healthy vocal technique and practices, early music theory, and beginner to intermediate musical theatre dance stylings in both tap and jazz. Students will train in these mediums to build expression and artistry in their movements to support their storytelling.

The final concept within our fundamentals program is
technical theatre. We cannot tell impactful stories without pairing innovative technology and the imagination within. Students will be introduced to beginner methods of sewing, carpentry, design, painting, technical lighting, and sound.

Youth: Intermediate to Advanced Theatre (ages 5 to 17)
Homeschool: Thursday's ranging from 1:00pm to 4:00pm  Afterschool: Thursday's ranging from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

After mastering the fundamentals of theatre, students will continue to develop their skills through additional training opportunities as they progress to more higher level classes. New students with previous theatre experience may also be accepted to more advanced level classes after evaluation.

Auditions are July 29th from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Email below to schedule an audition time. Students should prepare a one minute monologue from their favorite book or play. If you sing, please notify us in the email and we will provide an accompanist so you may prepare a cut of 32 bars from your favorite song that shows off your range and skills. Please also bring a headshot and resume of experience.

INTERMEDIATE THEATRE
Level 2 

Compounding on what we learned through fundamentals, students will begin to create additional and advanced skills. Classes meet twice a week and are a combination of intermediate acting, theatrical styles, musical theatre, and technical theatre.

INTERMEDIATE
Level 3

At the Level 3 stage (or late beginner), students can choose their artistic journey, and enroll in up to 4 different classes in a program devoted to training in acting, musical, or technical theatre. Students at this stage have the opportunity to join Troubadours.

ADVANCED THEATRE
Level 4 & 5

Advanced theatre students become more focused on their artistic journey as well as their training, yet still have the option to add additional technique classes in acting, musical, or technical theatre. These students are ready to incorporate what they've learned and apply it to real world scenarios and opportunities. These students are invited to join Troubadours and receive additional leadership experience by assisting with pre-theatre or fundamentals classes.

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TROUBADOURS

A leadership group for intermediate to advanced level students of ages 12 to 17.

We are more than theatre and acting. Storyteller students who have mastered the fundamentals will build character, citizenship, and community through invaluable experiences as they empower themselves and others in this unique leadership training program. Each week we will laugh, share, collaborate, and grow through fun events, challenging workshops, world experiences, and philanthropic opportunities.

Troubadours will volunteer within the community, travel throughout the state, visit other theatres, spaces, and places while making lasting friendships for years to come.

This program provides invaluable life skills that use the arts as a vehicle for kids to increase their worldview and encourage learning for life!

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