Broadway Babies (Ages 2-4)
Games and exercises introduce your young performer to being on stage! Activities will be fun and boost confidence and ability in singing, dancing and acting.
ABC’s of Musical Theatre (Ages 4-6)
Young aspiring performers learn the basics of the three components of a musical: dance, acting and singing. We will use games, dramatic poems, song and dance to enhance the abilities and confidence of our young performers.
Junior Stage (Ages 7-9)
Building upon the introductory skills in acting, dance, voice, auditioning and all aspects of musical production. Students play supporting and chorus roles in a musical.
Center Stage (Ages 10-12)
Young performers experience the many and varied aspects and process of putting a musical together from start to finish. Intermediate students play lead, supporting and chorus roles in a Center Stage musical with emphasis on character development.
Main Stage (Ages 13 & up)
Building on how to put together all aspects of a musical with an emphasis on technique and development.
Tap (Ages 7 & up)
Vibrant, joyful and fun to do. Tap lets you forget all your troubles by challenging thought into intricate rhythmic patterns to good old tunes.
Ballet (Ages 7 & up)
Emphasis on clarity, precision and correct body mechanics. It develops the classical “look” and appreciation of the art form.
An hour long class designed to build self confidence through movement while having fun and developing the dancers muscular strength, flexibility and balance with basic acrobatic skills and cross training exercises.
Jazz (Ages 7 & up)
A familiar form frequently seen on television, stage and film. Popular music used with emphasis on over-all conditioning, stamina, performing, etc.
Hip Hop (Ages 9 & up)
A non-technique class offering the newest ideas in hip-hop.
Contemporary (Ages 9 & up)
It is a technique class that draws from many styles of dance. It incorporates interpretive dance and emotions.
Alignment (Ages 11 & up)
Based on Nicholas Technique – series of exercises done on the floor with breathing to improve stretch, strength, body placement, muscle control, stamina, voice projection, muscle tone, etc. Very useful for chronic injuries, postural problems, scoliosis, and various physical weaknesses. This class is highly recommended for all students – dancers and non-dancers!
Modern is a form of dance employing a special technique that develops the use of the entire body in movements expressive of abstract ideas.