PLEASE NOTE: All group classes classes run September-June. Our school year consists of three terms: Fall, Winter and Spring.
Tuition fees listed here are for the current term. For more information, please check our payment policies.
There will be no regular weekly classes Thanksgiving Weekend, Remembrance Day,
Christmas Break, March Break, Easter Weekend, Victoria Day Weekend.
FALL 2022 CLASSES
KinderACT encourages children to move freely, build confidence, and learn in a creative environment. Children use music, props, costumes, and storytelling to create magical worlds from their imaginations. Classes involve music, movement, stories, games and puppets.
Improv and Team Work combine for an energy filled class all about having fun while learning basic performance skills in a safe and nurturing environment. Theatre Games lead the way to larger than life characters, scene work, and performing in our Spring Production!
Prerequisite: students must complete a year of Recreation prior to enrolling.
A deeper level of training in performance, students delve into monologues, scene study, and character work. While maintaining the process based teaching style, students are expected to learn monologues prior to moving on to the next level of study.
Interested students: please call or email us to sign up!
Musical Theatre classes provide the basics of dance and song to students of all levels. Children will learn jazz and theatre dance as well as group voice, proper warm ups, and theatre techniques.
The Collective welcomes youth from across the region to come together to create and share in a safe and inclusive arts environment. Using improvisation, storytelling, art, music, movement, and collaboration, the Collective will bring to life new works of devised theatre based on the member's own passions and ideas. The Collective will be facilitated by Kate Wilcott and special guest artists.
Advanced Performance Company (APCo)
An audition-only program, “APCo” is comprised of young actors whose skills, commitment, and work ethic allow them to participate in a professional based theatre company. The company is selected through auditions each June, and work with professional directors, choreographers, designers, and guest teachers to produce a main stage production. Members are also invited to participate in special event performances and master classes throughout the year. Students must have completed one year of classes prior to auditioning.
All students registered in Theatre Department classes are given opportunities to perform
in class showcases as well as in our spring productions.