This new 9-week class is a great way to see if your child will love theater! There is a new theme every 9 weeks, and each session ends in a performance for family and friends! Similar to our popular musical theater camps.
This class is perfect for any child who...
Recommended Age: Grades K-6
Max Class Size: 25
Stage Door Studio
1100 N Alma School Rd. (Ray Rd/Alma School Rd)
Since we meet only once a week, students are expected to attend all rehearsals to ensure enough time to learn their roles.
Students will have some homework for the show, including memorizing lines and songs and dances. Work with your child to create a schedule so they have time to finish both their school homework and their musical homework.
The rehearsal room and theater are safe spaces where young people can take positive risks and be themselves without the fear of being laughed at or alienated. This principle is essential to artistic growth and exploration. Participants are expected to respect these ideas and are encouraged to remember it themselves when trying new things.
In these 9 weeks, students will learning singing, acting and dance to their favorite songs from Disney's High School Musical movies 1, 2 & 3!
Students in this class will be performing a musical revue show featuring different songs and scenes from HSM!
Rehearsals are only once a week. There are never any added rehearsals or extended times. You can expect us to start and end ON TIME.
Classes begin week of January 9
Performances week of March 6
$86/month, January-February commitment
10% sibling discount, automatically applied at checkout!
Early Bird Registration!
Our productions fill up fast. Out of respect to our staff and students, no refunds or credits will be given if you are unable to participate.
SPACE IS LIMITED. Please select the class that works best with your families schedule below.
Students will achieve a professional and personal understanding of the arts through rehearsals, and performances. There are a number of great benefits to being in a musical, including:
Participating in the arts provides young people with a chance to explore their creativity and imagination in a structured and safe environment. Musical theatre is specifically remarkable because it is the only art form that combines all areas of the fine arts: acting, singing, dancing, music, and visual arts.
From reading scripts to memorizing lines to learning to tell a story, young people continually improve their literacy skills while rehearsing and performing in a musical.
It takes a lot of guts to stand up and sing or dance in front of your family, peers, and what may seem like the entire community. Experience with public speaking at a young age gives students confidence that will be important to them for the rest of their lives!
Theater is a great way for your child to meet friends with similar interests! Putting on a musical is a group effort, and every member of the team must work together to make it happen. Throughout the rehearsal process, the students will learn to solve challenges as they arise. Students will learn to trust and depend on themselves and their castmates.
If your child is interested in a role with acting lines or solo singing we recommend looking at the casting materials in the SHOW GUIDE before the first rehearsal.
If your child is new to theater and just looking for the experience of being apart of the group and having ensemble parts we will teach them everything they need to know in class!
Costumes are provided by the parents. Why?
1. There are multiple different casts, resulting in 100s of students participating.
2. You know what size clothing your child is, and what they are comfortable wearing. Plus, you can practice costume changes at home!
Some costumes that need to be exactly the same will be provided by SDS. Costumes can be made, purchased, or rented in any budget.
In the Teachable online class, you will find pictures and descriptions of what your child will need for a costume. This information is a suggestion of what they should resemble. It is not required to look EXACTLY like the picture. Well known characters should replicate the well known costume.
Students will need their costumes by DRESS REHEARSAL, which is the week before the performance. If you have your childs costume early, they are more than welcome to wear it to rehearsal and practice whenever they’d like!
At our studio, the same place your child rehearses!
See the Teachable online course for a full performance schedule and the date tickets go on sale!
● Doors open 15 minutes before show time.
● Snacks (chips, popcorn, water, candy, etc.) will be available for $1.
Yes. There are no complimentary tickets, all parents and families are asked to purchase tickets to the performance. ($12 ea.). Young children who are sitting on your lap (not using their own seat) do not need to purchase a ticket.
Tickets will be available on our website www.stagedoorstudioaz.com/ticktes
Tickets sell out fast, please reserve your seats in advance. Tickets are assigned seating.
TICKET REFUND POLICY
If you happen to purchase an extra ticket or a member of your party is unable to attend, please send Tiffany an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so a refund can be processed and the ticket will be available for another family.