From playing theatre games to developing a character, performing arts training builds self-confidence and poise. Our instructors are dedicated to teaching techniques from the trade to bring out every participant’s potential.
All group classes run for 30 weeks beginning September 24, 2022 and ending June 10, 2023.
Fees can be paid in up to three instalments: at registration, January 6, 2023 and March 31, 2023.
Fees are prorated if the session has already started. Join anytime!
Session Runs From September 2022 - June 2023
Acting & Theatre Classes
A unique opportunity for youth to learn and practise the craft of live and on-camera performance. Professional actors Mylène Dinh-Robic and Anthony Lemke have created an inspiring programme where physical training, voice and text analysis hold as much importance as on-camera scene work and technique. This class promises to ignite a fire of self-discovery while delivering loads of fun and learning experiences that can help young actors navigate the world of professional acting.
Participants are welcome to perform in either French or English. Mylène and Anthony are working actors on both French and English productions.
AGE GROUP: 12 years + (high school students)
Coming January 2023
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Introduce your child to movement, expression, and imaginative play through theatre games and activities in a structured and nurturing environment. Classes will highlight creativity, self-expression, emotions, confidence, and teamwork.
An introduction to theatre for kids to explore voice, movement, and emotions through specialized theatre games and structured exercises that encourage self-expression, self-confidence, and working together as an ensemble. Students will collaborate to perform a short performance piece at the end of the session.
This theatre class is for students who wish to develop and focus on techniques in acting, music, improvisation, character development, and stage presence while exploring voice, movement, and expression. Students will be cast in a role as part of an ensemble and will be expected to work on a script, participate in rehearsals, and perform in costume as we work together toward the objective of a live production on stage in May.
Students (ages 12+) will explore all aspects of theatre arts with a strong emphasis on comedy. Through theatre exercises and improvisation, students will work on character development highlighting voice, expression, and movement. Focus will be placed on working together as an ensemble to encourage teamwork, to build confidence and self-expression, and to create a performance piece as part of a shared and fun experience.
Take a sneak peak of what goes on in our Acting for Film and Television class!