Summer virtual theatre programs
We are spending the summer focusing on our mission: technique-based training!
Training is the core of every great performer.
NOW is the time to strengthen your current skills & learn new ones in our summer virtual theatre programs.
When theaters re-open you will be stronger than ever!
6-week virtual training to prepare students
for college and beyond. No audition required.
2- Dance Classes a week
1- Private Voice Lesson a week
1- Private Acting Coaching a week
As well as....
Cabaret nights to showcase your work and engage with friends.
Workshops with STARS alum who have performed on Broadway
Learn more about STARS 2000 HERE
Mini camp is a one-week musical performing experience. This program appeals to beginners and experienced performers. Students receive daily technique class in acting, singing and dancing. The week culminates in a final virtual demonstration to showcase student’s skills. Video description of past summer mini camps HERE.
To meet the attention span of students based on their age and reduce screen time, we have scheduled screen breaks. During breaks, students will be given short assignments that won't require screens. This will include audio experiences, pre-printed articles & craft projects that will come with every registration. (Mailed or picked up at our studio.) We also encourage students to have a snack/lunch, use the bathroom and go outside during screen breaks.
Sample Schedules (PST):
5-7 year olds
9am - 9:45am Acting class
11am - 11:45am Dance class
1pm - 1:45pm Voice class
8-10 year olds
9am - 10am Dance class
11am - 12pm Voice class
1pm - 2pm Acting class
11 - 13 year olds
9am - 10:15am Dance class
11am - 12:15pm Voice class
1pm - 3pm Acting class
Ages 5 - 7
Ages 8 - 10
Ages 11 - 13
Ages 6 - 9 (Improv I)
Ages 10 - 15 (Improv II)
No scripts, no pressure, just be ready to jump-in and play! All experience levels welcome.
The best actors are able to think on their feet & respond quickly and authentically on stage. Learn principles of improvisation, listening, building characters, and improvisation of scenes.