musical theatre program

ShowBiz Performing Arts Studios is proud to announce our brand new musical theatre program in 2020.

Our musical Theatre programs are designed to develop and enhance students Singing, Acting and Dancing skills. To create well rounded, more confident triple threat performers and individuals.

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Classes include:

  • Solo and Ensemble Vocal Lessons
  • Acting and Improvisation
  • Music Theory
  • Dance
  • Audition Technique
  • Stage Etiquette
  • Props & Costuming
  • Mentoring
  • Production Rehearsals
  • Full Production Performance

Why Choose Musical Theatre?

Participation in a musical is one of the most rewarding experiences a young person can have.

Our Young performers discover how to take creative risks and learn to trust their abilities throughout the rehearsal and performance processes.

Performing in a Musical Theatre Production builds life skills necessary for success such as empathy, resilience, confidence, and teamwork.

Our program is designed and Suitable for students aged 8-18years.

COURSE DATES: TBA   |   FEE STRUCTURE: TBA

Last year students performed in Fame Jr the Musical…

Conceived and Developed by David De Silva
Book By José Fernandez
Lyrics byJacques Levy and Music by Steve Margoshes
Title Song “Fame” written by Dean Pitchford and Michael Gore

Through the musical, I was able to make connections with students that I may not have spoken to previously, and extended myself outside my comfort zone. I was mainly trained as a dancer, and hadn’t done much singing and acting in the past, so I really had to focus and hone in on these skills to put together a musical with singing, acting and dancing. What was also so special about the musical was how efficiently and quickly we all worked. We had a total of 6 weeks to put this show together. That included workshops, training and rehearsals for all components of performing. Having this short time period gave us clear insight into what working professionally in a musical would be like. You have to work hard, and not be afraid to step outside of your comfort zones, because that is where the magic happens. So overall, this was an incredibly experience and an honest credit to ShowBiz for giving all of us opportunities like these to learn, grow, gain experiences, form connections, and improve in a professional environment.

Juliana Basilone
played the character of “Mabel”

FAQ’s

WHAT DO I WEAR TO CLASSES?

Something you can easily move in. eg. Leggings/Sweatpants and a T-shirt.

Hair must be worn back away from the face.

Jazz Shoes for dance sections or runners for acting and singing classes.

Students will also receive an official Musical T-Shirt.

WHAT DO I BRING?

Students are to provide their own notebook and Pencil and bring along a Drink Bottle.
Students will also be provided with their own copies of sheet music and a script of the musical they are working with which can be kept as a memento.

WHAT IS THE COMMITMENT LIKE?

Students are expected to turn up on time to all rehearsals with a positive attitude and a willingness to work hard, and help others.

A minimum of 90% Commitment is required throughout classes and 100% Commitment to all production rehearsals and performances. Make sure you review the rehearsal schedule in advance and if you come across any clashes it is important to let the director know in advance or encourage your child to take on a less time consuming position in the production. Remember every role is important.


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