We take pride in offering a unique and immersive learning experience through our performance based classes. Here, students don’t just acquire knowledge – they transform it into captivating action. Our philosophy revolves around learning by doing, and that’s why we empower our students not only to absorb valuable skills but also to apply them in the most exciting way possible. From mastering the art of acting, singing, and dancing. Our curriculum is designed to guide students through every aspect of creating a mesmerizing stage production. Join us on a journey where education and performance come together to craft unforgettable moments in the spotlight.
Musical Theatre Company (Ages 12-17)
Mondays 7:00PM – 8:30PM • Teacher: Lindsay Deal & Aimee Ferenz
This is a Musical Theatre performance based class where students will be working on DESCENDANTS: THE MUSICAL; full-scale musical which will be performed at the Dennis Flyer Theatre! (Please see prerequisite information below). All students will refine their skills in singing, dancing and acting in the real world application of a full musical. Performances will include professional designers and students will get the real feel of taking a production from start to finish. These are 90 minute classes September through March, 2 Hour Classes in April and May. Can be paid in full for a slight discount or in 9 installments. Performance classes also require participation in Tech Week rehearsals in Lincoln Hall at Camden County College as well as for all performances.
* Students in the class that are not yet in high school must also be enrolled in Broadway Pros, Harmony Show Choir, Encore Show Choir, Showstopper Acting or Private Voice Lessons at Mainstage Center for the Arts.
Acting Company (Ages 13-17)
Thursdays 7:00PM – 8:30PM • Teacher: Courtney Bird
This is a performance and skill based class geared to those students who want to strengthen their acting skills and have the opportunity to perform in fully staged non- musical plays. Skills will include character development, improvisation, script analysis, and brave acting choices. This class will perform twice during the year in the Little Theatre at Camden County College: January 11 & 12, 2024 @ 7 pm and June 14 & 15, 2024 @ 7 pm. Performance pieces for January will be The “Two Halves of Andrew’s Brain” by Alex Miceli and “Everyman” By Sarah Frankel, Performance pieces for June will be “No Show” and “15 Reasons Not To Be In A Play” both by Alan Haehnel. These classes will be 90 minutes in duration, performance classes also require participation in Tech Week rehearsals in Lincoln Hall at Camden County College as well as for all performances.
For specific questions, email The Studio at Mainstage