Winter/Spring classes begin week of January 2nd and run through Monday, June 3rd.
(No Classes on Jan. 21, Feb. 16-22, April 15-20, May 27)
If your child loves to sing, dance and act, they will love this musical theatre performance class. Students in age appropriate group classes work on scenes, songs and dances as they are introduced to vocal, acting and dance skills. The students will select, rehearse and present a costumed musical to invited guests in the Conservatory Theatre at the end of the session. These unique programs were created and developed by Melody over 20 years of professional teaching. All Classes are 1 hour unless noted. Note this semester we again will have one Musical performance classes that is 90 minutes - The Sound of Music - on Saturday.
*We've Added a 2nd Musical Theatre Show Class for Students in 5th - 8th
Now choose either Saturdays 12:30-2:PM
Or Wednesday 5:15-6:45
Students perform in a full production of the Musical Fiddler on the Roof Jr. with invited audience during final class. (90 minute class)
A delightful class for the very young in storytelling, acting, dancing and singing. Each week a different story is explored using costumes and props. Program created and taught by Melody.
|3s & 4s||Tuesday||2-2:45|
|3s & 4s||Friday||1:15-2:00|
For Elementary, Middle School and High School students. Learn the core skills needed for theatre dance. Technique and dance vocabulary stressed. End of semester presentation for invited audience in Conservatory Theatre. All classes 60 or 75 minutes.
Jazz/Tap taught by Broadway Dance Center Instructor & Musical Theatre Choreographer Doug Shankman
Ballet fundemantals and movement taught by New England Academy of Dance instructors.
|Friday||MS Beg/Inter||4:45-6:00 Jazz/Tap|
|Friday||HS Inter/Adv||6:00-7:15 Jazz/Tap|
|Friday||Open Beg/Inter||7:15-8:15 Ballet Basics|
Theatre Games, Scene Study, Monologues and Improv are all part of the skills that create a basis for the art of acting. Come and play. Presentation performance with invited audience at end of semester in Conservatory Theatre. Taught by Broadway actor Christopher Myers.
|Tuesday||5th - 6th||5:15-6:15|
Using story telling skills (play writing) students create a show! Inventing a story can incorporate acting, movement, music, character development and creative thought! Taught by Broadway actor Chris Myers.
This is a series of private coaching sessions to prepare student for college theatre and or music theatre auditions, preparing monologues, songs and dance for subumission to the Arts Supplement of the common application. The coaching includes preparing two contrasting monologues, two contrasting song cuts and dance technique. Video taping is available for all segments including an accompanist for the song cuts.
Call for appointment, scheduling and package pricing.