August 2020-May 2021
Join us this fall for a semester of new discoveries in our homeschool classes. These lessons are specifically catered to young ages with a focus on creativity, discovery & learning. Our teachers are excited to watch your child learn and grow!
Classes Begin August 27th, 2020
Full Year Registration August 2020-May 2021
$30 Yearly Registration Fee
Tuition is charged on the 25th of each month, in August it will be charged the week before classes start.
This class, students will be introduced to skills and media that are foundations for artistry. Students will delve into drawing & painting, elements of design, and color theory. Artists will keep a sketchbook journal & have many opportunities to explore design through several mediums.
Students will be introduced to basic design elements of art including: line, color, shape, form, texture and space. Students will learn the design of visual compositions, including emphasis, unity, balance and contrast. Students will learn about design pertaining to theatre arts including costume design, light design and scenic design.
This class will include the basic elements of telling a narrative story, taking the crowd by surprise and making them care. Students will dive into the world of puppetry as well as, writing their own script including the worlds of adventure, fable, comedy, drama, and fantasy.
Children will focus on beginner tumbling skills such as forward and backward rolls, handstands, bridges, cartwheels, round-offs and backbends. The primary focus of this class is floor exercise and building strength and flexibility. Students will work on assisted skills as well as independent skills.
Students will be introduced to creative movement through music exploration. Students will not only create their own movement but learn the movement of others. Performers participate through cardio and strengthening exercises, as well as gain flexibility and coordination. Students will learn about choreographers who have influenced dance and their different styles of movement.
This class is a basic introduction to acting techniques for the performer through voice & movement. It is designed to develop the ability to play dramatic action with believability and honesty on stage. Students will learn through improvisation, exploring awareness, relaxation, observation, the senses, voice and physical/emotional life.
This class will be introduced to William Shakespeare's comedies and tragedies. Students will analyze his works through writing, discussion & acting. They will learn about the themes used in his works including: power, love & hate, ambition, evil, change, order & disorder, appearance vs. reality, violence & tyranny, magic and conflict. Performers will discover Shakespeare's use of language and poetry in his works.
Our show choir is designed for singers looking to improve their confidence on stage, movement while singing, and harmonies. This performance group will combine choral singing with choreographed movement. Students will gain friendships as they encourage each others talents. Instructors will give individual instruction as well as overall group instruction. Solos and group numbers will be included throughout the year, finishing with a recital in the fall and in spring.
Our Broadway Review is for students enrolled in the full-time program. Performers will learn about auditioning and performing. This show will put each student in the limelight as songs chosen will showcase both individuals as well as group performance. Songs will range from pop, movie & musical theatre styles. Students will get to sing, dance and act on stage. This production will be costumed.