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! This class is similar to our popular musical theater camps.
This class is perfect for any child who...
Recommended Age: Grades K-4
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 the music from both SING movies! Class concludes with a performance for family and friends.
Dapper Koala Buster Moon presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times. An eternal optimist, and a bit of a scoundrel, he loves his theater above all and will do anything to preserve it. Facing the crumbling of his life's ambition, he takes one final chance to restore his fading jewel to its former glory by producing the world's greatest singing competition. Five contestants emerge: a mouse, a timid elephant, a pig, a gorilla and a punk-rock porcupine.
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.
Full session: $172 (payment plan available on registration page)
10% sibling discount, automatically applied at checkout!
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.
Performance Wednesday, May 24 (6pm)
Registration is closed
Performance Thursday, May 25 (6pm)
Registration is closed
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.