THE STUDIO offers evening + weekend classes for
students and adults in Music, Dance, and Theatre.
Classes are offered in 10-week sessions throughout the year as follows:
Our 2023-2024 Schedule will be announced in Summer 2023.
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Programs are offered for students and
adults in the following arts areas:
April 19 – June 25
INDIVIDUAL CLASS PRICING
$395 for ten-week course (regular price: $495)
($595 for Acting)
Prices increase after April 1st.
Students will learn about theater terminology, character study, emotional work, and the Stanislavsky method as well as advanced acting training in rehearsal techniques, monologues, script analysis, scene work, and improvisation. Class members will perform monologues, scenes, and short plays.
Students will receive the fundamentals of improv work. Students will learn to work collaboratively on improv scenes. Lastly, students will learn how to put together a sketch show and see how the process goes from improv to scripted.
In this hybrid course students will talk with professionals to learn about careers in the arts. They’ll be able to focus on the industries that are important to them while writing articles that will be published on the Academy of the Arts blog. A great opportunity to learn interview techniques and story building from a working journalist while connecting with top talent in the industries they’re passionate about. One on one support will help them transform their ideas into interesting articles for arts supporters everywhere.
Fundamentals of design for the theatre including costume, lighting, and scenery. Review of the designer’s role in the production plan, design requirements, and aesthetics. Development of drawing and painting skills and exploration of media paying particular attention to the needs of theatrical designers.
Emphasizes both lyrical and percussive styles with an emphasis on turns and leaps. Develop skills and techniques needed for dancing in Broadway musicals.
This course is designed to focus on tap steps needed for dance in Musical Theater as well as complex rhythmic patterns.
Designed to develop body awareness and alignment, to increase strength and flexibility while creating a strong foundation for all genres of dance and expanding students' knowledge of ballet steps and vocabulary.
Learn to play the guitar in a fun and relaxed group atmosphere. Designed for the beginner/intermediate player, this course will help the player develop fundamental playing skills through songs, exercises and easy to follow demonstrations.
Learn to write your own music! From the musical elements of songwriting to the lyrics, we will take your best ideas and get them into an original song.
Build your skills as a vocalist, learning vocal techniques as well as storytelling through music. This group course is designed to strengthen your audition repertoire in voice. Students will perform and receive coaching each week.
Students will learn the basics of how to get started in the industry. Topics will include headshots, resumes, auditions, and representation. By the end of the course students should have a head start in how to start their performance careers.
April 19 – June 25
For dedicated musical theater artists
Studio Classes for Session Three
Exploring A Career in the Arts through Writing
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