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CLASSES + CAMPS

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Star Performance Academy offers art, adventures in Children's theater! View this page to see upcoming camps, classes, and lessons for a variety of ages. We aim to refine students and participants into well-rounded performers in singing, acting, and dancing. We look forward to seeing you at the next audition or future performances.

REGISTER NOW FOR OUR 2022/23 WINTER CLASSES:

 

STAGE MANAGEMENT: 101

6 Week Class (February 2nd, 2023 – March 9th, 2023)

Thursdays from 6:30pm-8:30pm

Ages: 11-17

Participation Fee: $175

Ever thought about being an assistant stage manager or stage manager at Star? Then this is the class for you! This course will expose students to the multi-faceted job of the assistant stage manager and stage manager in theatrical productions with an emphasis on his/her role in the collaborative process. Students will learn to perform the duties, responsibilities and procedures of assistant stage managers and stage managers from pre- to postproduction, as well as industry-standard vocabulary, proficiently. Students are expected to participate in, and will be evaluated on, classroom discussions and activities. (This class is required to intern as an assistant stage manager or stage manager at Star) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES

6 Week Class (February 4th, 2023 – March 11th, 2023)

Saturdays from 10am-12pm

Ages: 5-10

Participation Fee: $175

Fractured fairy tales is a retelling of popular fairy tales but with changes to the characters, setting, or even changing the villain into the hero! Students explore character and storytelling by writing and performing their own versions of fairy tales. This class will commence with a final showcase performance of the Fractured Fairy Tales written and performed by the class participants. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

THE HISTORY OF MUSICAL THEATER

6 Week Class (February 4th, 2023 – March 11th, 2023)

Saturdays from 12:30pm-2:30pm

Ages: 11-17

Participation Fee: $175

This course presents students with an overview of the history of musical theater. Using a chronological approach to the study of musical theater, starting with an overview of the traditions on which musical theater is based, the course then works through the twentieth century to present day. Students will also learn about particularly influential theaters, producers, writers, composers, and performers. This class commences with a final showcase performance of each actor performing a musical number from their given decade.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER