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School of Theatre

Acting

The Acting Conservatory offers comprehensive acting and movement training to students in grades 7 through 12, who aspire to achieve a career on stage or in film and television.

Tailored for young actors interested in advancing their dramatic acting skills, the conservatory encourages its students to develop healthy technique, experience a variety of styles, learn about the history of the craft, and prepare themselves for further study and/or a career in the arts.

Musical Theatre

The Musical Theatre Conservatory offers a rigorous and comprehensive course of study for serious musical theatre students in grades 7 through 12, who aspire to achieve a career on stage, in film and television, or in the recording arts. Students are exposed to classes in a variety of styles, including acting technique, vocal technique, vocal performance, audition technique, musical theatre history, keyboard, music theory, musicianship, pop vocal, stage movement and combat, and stage makeup.

 

Production & Design

The Production & Design Conservatory offers students in grades 7 through 12 the opportunity to study the arts and crafts used in the entertainment industry. For every performer on stage, there are several artists working behind the scenes.

Under the direction of industry professionals, students in the Production & Design Conservatory are transformed into these behind-the-scenes artists, taking courses in scenery, costumes, makeup, lighting, audio, props, stage management, theatre history, and acting. Production & Design faculty members are committed to developing well-rounded theatre artists, who understand both the practical and the theoretical aspects of the process of design, as well as construction and implementation.