FALL/WINTER CLASSES 2021

Classes are offered in-person only.

Our small class sizes keep students engaged and active... and Covid-safe! 

If you're not quite ready to go back in-person, we also offer private lessons (both online and in person) in voice, acting, dance and music. 

Your child will love our classes and our wonderful, engaging and knowledgeable teachers. 

These individual classes cover a wide variety of subjects, for many kinds of creative personalities. 

There is something for everyone and for every schedule! 

To read about our instructors, head over here!

To register for any of our classes or camps, head to the Register page!

The Art of Comedy & Improv  Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm

Explore your funny side as we dive into the world of comedic acting. From physical theatre to improv, students will explore a variety of styles in comedy. We'll get comfortable with risk-taking as we try to discover “what makes something funny!?”

Recommended for ages 9-14. Students will be grouped by age. 

Class is 90 min. Call for tuition prices. 

Beginning/Intermediate Tap  Class Day/Time TBD

 

This class will be devoted to warming-up the feet and body properly for a tap dancer. We will work on stretching, strengthening and integrating proper technique as well as learning correct vocabulary. Each class will have warmups and combinations to practice at home. Be prepared to move your feet!

All beginning/intermediate levels welcome.  Tap shoes are highly encouraged but not required!

Class is 60 min. Call for tuition prices. 

Intermediate Tap  Saturdays 11:15am-12:15pm 

 

This class will be devoted to warming-up the feet and body properly for a tap dancer. We will work on stretching, strengthening and integrating proper technique as well as learning correct vocabulary. Each class will have warmups and combinations to practice at home. Be prepared to move your feet!

Must have some prior knowledge of tap.  Tap shoes are required!

Class is 60 min. Call for tuition prices. 

Acting Technique and Exploration  Class Day/Time TBD

Develop your actor’s toolbox with methods from around the world! This course will use games, improvisations, and exercises from the greats to help students grow as believable, well-rounded, transformational actors. The first half of class will focus on the exploration of various acting techniques from Physical Theatre to Character Archetypes. The second half will apply these skills to scripts. 

Recommended for ages 12+. Students will be grouped by age. 

Class is 2 hours. Call for tuition prices. 

Improv (Beginning)  Class Day/Time TBD

Improv is the art of listening and reacting honestly to your scene partner, being comfortable with messing up and having a great time.

We will teach you how to create a character (similar to the way they teach at The Groundlings) and teach you how to put a scene together (similar to the style of Upright Citizens Brigade). We will focus on different forms of improv, different ways to inspire a scene, and identify more specifically how to make each performer lean into their strengths.

The first half of the class features activities and warm ups that work on both of these philosophies. The second half is either a pre-planned activity where you will be asked to dress up and improvise as a character you’ve constructed, or us practicing how to put together a show. The goal is that by the end you will have formed an improv team with your peers, you will have decided on a form that works best for you, and you’ll be ready to perform with any other improviser -- regardless of their experience!

Class is 90 min. Call for tuition prices. 

Improv (Intermediate)  Class Day/Time TBD

Improv is the art of listening and reacting honestly to your scene partner, being comfortable with messing up and having a great time.

We will teach you how to create a character (similar to the way they teach at The Groundlings) and teach you how to put a scene together (similar to the style of Upright Citizens Brigade). We will focus on different forms of improv, different ways to inspire a scene, and identify more specifically how to make each performer lean into their strengths.

The first half of the class features activities and warm ups that work on both of these philosophies. The second half is either a pre-planned activity where you will be asked to dress up and improvise as a character you’ve constructed, or us practicing how to put together a show. The goal is that by the end you will have formed an improv team with your peers, you will have decided on a form that works best for you, and you’ll be ready to perform with any other improviser -- regardless of their experience!

Class is 90 min. Call for tuition prices. 

Musical Theatre Broadway Dance  Class Day/Time TBD

For the Musical Theatre performer who wants to enhance their technique and be a versatile dancer. In this class we will cover the basics in Jazz, Ballet and a few other styles. The first portion of class will be dedicated to proper warm-up, stretches, isolations, across-the-floor progressions, and combinations. The second half of class will be filled with fun combos to help the student learn and interpret choreography. Emphasis will also be placed on learning performance skills such as connecting with the audience and telling a story through dance and facial expressions.

Each week we learn a combo from a new Broadway musical, and students will have a hand in choosing the next week's musical! 

Class is 60 min. Call for tuition prices.