“Many studios offer opportunities for students, but few deliver the complete experience that your studio offers. It is obvious that the LTA owners and instructors love what they do and are dedicated to teaching the love of performance to children.”
“I wanted to let you know how great the summer camp was for my daughter. I had been worried that because her twin brother is so verbal and really has always spoken for her, she’d get lost. I was nervous that her limited vocabulary would be a challenge in a strong group setting. As I watched her perform with TOTAL confidence and pride I just cried and was so grateful. Turned out the class is EXACTLY what she needed to discover her own voice. So thank you.We’ll be back!”
“The reason why I like this class (Adv Group Voice) is because I can learn from other peoples mistakes. In a private lesson you get feedback about yourself but you can’t hear other people sing.”
(current LTA student)
“As a parent, I find that in this day and time a successful children’s program has three important qualities–fun, love, and safety. LTA has all three–truly a triple threat program!”
“Rena and Renee were honestly the first directors I ever had who had complete faith in my ability and pushed me to be the best performer I could be. I honestly credit those two ladies for giving me that first push in the right direction, and it’s just mind-blowing that this is actually happening and my dreams are actually coming true, and Rena and Renee are such a big part of that.”
Hayley Mason (student 2010 - 2014)
recently graduated from Emerson College with her BFA in Musical Theatre, performing in shows such as Titanic (Alice), Shrek (Fiona), and The Spitfire Grill (Hannah). In the fall, she will be moving to New York City to pursue a career onstage, and hopefully continuing to share her love of theatre with younger generations!
Sophia Delucchi (student 2010 - 2012)
will be attending AMDA this fall: college and conservatory of the performing arts in Los Angeles to receive her BFA in musical theatre.
Taylor Wade (student 2012-2015)
is currently working as an intern at Weathervane Theatre in Whitefield, NH. She is currently rehearsing and performing in eight show, four of which are original children’s shows. She will be returning to Emerson College in Boston in the fall.
Spencer Purdy (student 2010-2012)
is now attending California State University Fullerton for a degree in Theatre Production and Design emphasizing in Costume Design. He grew up training in musical theatre through the Castro Valley Theatre Academy and trained with other various studios and coaches, since 2010 Spencer has been working throughout the Bay Area and now the Orange County Area in the theatre and is currently performing at Disneyland as a parade performer.