Intermediate Musical Theatre I
The Intermediate Musical Theatre Program is a year long performance class for students ages 11-14. This class builds a solid foundation in the musical theatre disciplines of singing, dancing & acting.
It expands and develops on the knowledge from the teachings of the Junior Musical Theatre Program while also inviting students new to musical theatre to experience all the excitement and satisfaction of preparing a production. The first half of the year is dedicated to building a strong team. Students focus on acting, singing and dancing technique in both individual and group oriented games and exercises. This technique term will lay the foundation for the rehearsal term. During this time students channel all their theory knowledge towards the rehearsal and performance of a 1-Act Musical as part of our yearly festival in June. Designed to encourage beginners and returning students an opportunity to flex their creative muscles, grow and develop as young artists, make new and long lasting friendships and experience the thrill of storytelling at its finest.
- Age: 11-14 years (students must be the appropriate age by September 1 of the registration year)
- Skill Level: All skill & experience levels welcome
- Class Size: Only 14 students permitted
- Length of class: 180 minutes
- Session: September 2019 – June 2020
- Time: Thursdays – 5:00 to 8:00pm
- Tuition: $149.50/month +GST (payments can be divided to suit your needs)
- Instructor: Erin Michell
Are these programs right for you?!
If you know your child loves to sing, dance, and act then this program is for you. The Stage is looking for young performer’s of all backgrounds to discover their role in this classic, fun-filled, action packed, musical. No experience is necessary but if you have any prior shows under your belt (including dance recitals, school choirs, school plays etc.) please let us know when you register! There are only 14 spots available in this program every year! Don’t miss out, register today!
What’s included in the tuition?
- Costume Rental
- Professional Headshot
- Materials (script, worksheets, rehearsal CD’s etc.)
- All class & additional rehearsal time
- Children Arts Tax Credit Receipt
As with many child and youth centred organizations we always look to parents and other grown ups for assistance with
- Set Building/Painting
- Props Treasure Hunting/Making
- Backstage Assistance
- Front of House Duties (including taking tickets, ushering, and running a concession)
- and much more!
This programs will give you a chance to really get involved in your child’s class and show them how important their efforts are and how much you value their experience in the show. We respect the busy schedules that parents but we do ask that you give what you can when you are available. You do not have to be Michelangelo to paint a set nor do you have to be Coco Chanel to sew a costume! We take any and all experience levels and encourage you to step outside your comfort zone and try your hand at a new craft…who knows, maybe you’ve got some hidden talents!
Fall schedule will be announced July 2018
Q. Isn’t two or three hours too long for students this age, especially after school?
A. Because our classes are so engaging and are meant to meet students at a developmentally appropriate level, we haven’t yet had any issues with students finding the class to be too much to handle. Activities are divided between active movement games and more stationary discussion activities. The general feeling of the class is always monitored to ensure that all students are being challenged but not discouraged. With small class and casts sizes we are able to closely monitor how each student is managing the class. The 15 minute break gives students a chance to recharge and socialize with their classmates.