Little ones take center stage with our engaging Early Learning Theatre & Music classes. Tickle trunks, costumes, adventure walks, and explorations are all part of the fun. Young actors learn about being specific with their actions, exploring different characters, and getting silly during warm-up exercises. Learning to focus, listen, respect, and share is at the heart of all Theatre classes.
At the end of the session, parents get to enjoy the moment as little ones perform and take a bow!
Engaging theatre games help spread imagination far and wide. Theatre classes can help students can feel more emotionally and physically comfortable, and also help young actors build self-awareness. Projection, enunciation, articulation, and pronunciation all play a part in growing self-confidence.
Classes may focus on portraying specific characters, introducing theatre vocabulary terms, or stretching creative limits. But in all classes, there’s the common theme of learning to focus, listen, and share.
Students ages 10-12 can spend more time on the stage with our Year-Long Theatre Intensive Programs, where young actors learn to refine skills, grow artistic confidence, and step into the spotlight.
Teens can take the stage in many ways, such as in our Year-Long Intensive and Pre-Professional programs, as well as one-term sessions focusing on various aspects of Theatre. Seasoned artist-instructors lead the classes, guiding students as they collaborate, create, and perform productions at venues like the Waterfront Theatre and Performance Works.
Questions about our Theatre classes?
Please contact Student Services for class information, schedules, and registration.