Our Phoenixville Studio is located in Suite 109 in the Franklin Commons.
To register, visit the Phoenixville Studio Registration page.
Descriptions of Classes
Our teachers are experienced in differentiating instruction and choosing material so that regardless of a student’s past experience or skill level, they learn and grow in our classes.
All of these classes meet weekly from mid-September to mid-May.
MUSICAL THEATRE CLASSES
These classes focus on an array of theatre arts skills, including improvisation, public speaking, stage presence, monologues, auditioning skills, singing on stage, blocking, scene work, and storytelling. All classes provide exposure to Broadway and Off-Broadway show materials, and each class participates in an end-of-year showcase in May! The showcase allows students an opportunity to practice and show what they have learned throughout the year.
STORIES and SONGS CLASSES
These classes are geared towards a younger audience. They focus on public speaking and effective communication through improvisational games and stage presence exercises, monologues and storytelling, and on-stage singing. Each class will participate in an end-of-year showcase in May! The showcase allows students an opportunity to practice and show what they have learned throughout the year.
SCRIPTS and STAGECRAFT CLASSES
These classes are intended for more experienced students looking to explore more areas of theatrical arts. Students will focus on improvisation and advanced acting skills, scripts study (specifically characterization, plot structure, monologue/dialogue, and stage direction), and stagecraft (including costumes, makeup, scenery, props, sound, and lighting). “Script and Stagecraft” classes culminate in an end-of-the-year showcase that features all students in a variety of scenes and skits created by the class. Music instruction may be included in this class, depending on student interest.
FINE ARTS CLASSES
Artists in Kindergarten through 8th grade will be immersed in the world of crazy, creative, multi-media art. This hands-on, elbow-deep art class will allow each artist to explore both traditional and non-traditional forms of visual art. Using the “Elements of Art” (Color, Value, Line, Shape, Form, Space, and Texture) as the backbone for the program, and pulling inspiration from some of the most famous artists in the world, projects will range from drawing and painting, to 3-D sculpture, to exploring printmaking, mosaics, and textile art. Students will use a variety of art mediums, such as pencils, markers, oil pastels, charcoal, watercolor, and acrylic paints, clay, plaster, fabric, melted wax, and more. Wear the largest smock you have, and come join us for a year of messy, colorful fun!
Musical Theatre Classes
Grades 2-4: Monday from 4:45 to 5:35 p.m. OR Thursday from 5:45 to 6:35 p.m.
Grades 5-8: Monday from 6:45 to 7:35 p.m.** OR Thursday from 4:45 to 5:35 p.m.
**The Monday 6:45 class is currently FULL. We are accepting applications for wait list only.
Stories and Songs Classes
Grades PK (ages 4+) – 1: Wednesday from 4:45 to 5:35 p.m.
Scripts and Stagecraft Classes
Grades 6-8: Wednesday from 5:45 to 6:35 p.m.
Grades 9-12: Monday from 5:45 to 6:35 p.m.
Fine Arts Classes
Grades K-4: Tuesday from 4:30 to 5:20 p.m.
Grades 5-8: Tuesday from 5:30 to 6:20 p.m.
FALL STUDENT PRODUCTIONS:
Fall Junior Production: If a student is enrolled in one of our musical theatre classes and is in 4th through 8th grade, that student is eligible to register for our Fall Jr. Production – we will be performing The Lion King, Junior. For more information or to register, CLICK HERE
Fall High School Production: If a student is enrolled in the high school class, that student is eligible to receive a 25% discount on our Fall High School Production – we will be performing High School Musical. For more information or to register, CLICK HERE.
Tuition and Payment Information
Class Cost: $610/year
We offer a sibling discount – a second child is $550/year
Scholarships are available – for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to register for a class or workshop, we need you to send in a registration form and a deposit. To register and pay deposit visit the Phoenixville Studio Registration page.
Why is Performing Arts Education Important?
Performing arts education is an important part of every student’s overall development. Every child, regardless of experience, personality or skill level can benefit from experience and education in the performing arts.
Performing Arts Experience & Education Leads to Higher Academic Achievement
“Numerous studies have demonstrated a correlation between drama involvement and academic achievement …”
“drama can play a significant role in the continual development of students’ reading comprehension skills.”
Source: American Alliance for Theatre & Education
Performing Arts Experience & Education Builds Communication Skills, Improves Self-Esteem & Increases confidence in Academic Ability
“In addition to building social and communication skills overall, involvement in drama courses and performance has been shown to improve students’ self-esteem as well as their confidence in their academic abilities.”
Source: American Alliance for Theatre & Education
Performing Arts Experience & Education Helps to Bridge the Achievement Gap
“Arts education makes a tremendous impact on the developmental growth of every child and has been proven to help level the ‘learning field’ across socio-economic boundaries.”
Source: Caterrall, Chapleau, & Iwanaga,
Involvement in the Arts and Human Development
The Phoenixville Studio is located in the Franklin Commons in Phoenixville, PA.
The address is:
400 Franklin Avenue Suite 109
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Call 610.983.4636 or email email@example.com with any questions.