TEEN MUSICAL THEATRE (8th grade +)
Our Teen Musical Theatre Program is now enrolling for its Spring production of 2024. This program is catered to 8th grade+ students who love to perform. The teen program is competitive and will revolve around more difficult choreography, character development, and vocal training. All of the teen performers will be encouraged to continue to cultivate their craft on stage. Everyone who enrolls will get to participate in the production.
Enrolling from 11/1/2023 - 2/25/2024 (We will sell out)
New Additions To The Teen Program - Spring 2024
8TH GRADE AGE SPLIT:
8th graders will now be automatically included with the TEENS.
ADJUSTED REHEARSAL HOURS:
Tuesday rehearsals will stay from 4:30-8 p.m.
Sunday rehearsals will be ADDED from 6:15-8 p.m.
Class Act will now have an enrollment period with a specific start date and a specific end date.
VIDEO AUDITION SUBMISSION:
Class Act will continue to utilize video audition submissions for our programs. We will now add a rule stating that if a participant does not submit a video, they will automatically only receive an ensemble part.
PROGRAM FAQ - SPRING 2024
8th grade +
March - June. The first Rehearsal is on March 3, 2024
March 1, 2024, at 6 p.m. (Register to receive audition info)
All performances will take place tentatively between June 13th and 23rd. Your performer will perform in a minimum of two performances. (Performance days include Thursday through Sunday of each week). Outside of religious and school activities, we can not accommodate any other special requests with show days. This will allow our directors and casting team more flexibility to cast each kid exactly where they want them to be.
GRADES 8th-12th (One Rehearsal Choice):
Teen Rehearsal Group
Tuesday - 4:30-8 p.m.
& Sunday - 6:15-8 p.m.
WHAT HAPPENS IN REHEARSALS?
The Teens will work in an interactive and creative environment where they will be taught singing, dancing, acting, and choreography specific to the musical being rehearsed.
WHO TEACHES THE KIDS?
Our program is directed by Ally Mulholland and Jaya Ely and produced by our Artistic Director, Jessica Alexander, (MFA Acting, New School University), and supported by a number of assistant directors who are skilled in various aspects of theatre and child development.
The below is Class Act's casting criteria.
1. Casting is PRIMARILY based on the audition video sent
2. Other factors that affect casting include:
b. Experience in performing and musical theatre (at any theatre)
c. Previous behavior from returning performers
d. Previous efforts from returning performers
Note: New performers will be given the same opportunity and fair chance to be cast in all roles, regardless of previous participation
3. Factors that WILL NOT affect casting include:
a. A family's ability or willingness to donate to the program
b. A family’s ability or willingness to volunteer
c. Scheduling private lessons with a Class Act director
SAFETY AND MORE:
Safety is a main priority within the Class Act program. Class Act adheres to a detailed code of conduct that will be shared with all participants. It is important to us that all participants feel safe during rehearsals and performances.
Tuition includes weekly rehearsals, dress and tech rehearsals, light and sound rentals, set building, costumes, and makeup. No hidden costume or rental fees. Payment plans are available, as well as a sibling discount ($25 per child).
Click on the show you are interested in to see the full price.