Studio to Stage Int
Studio to Stage is a full year program that incorporates all disciplines of the arts into one program. During this program, students will work together to produce their own musical production. Studio to Stage Intermediate is designed to build students’ confidence and skill as a musical theatre performer. Over the course of the year, students will work together to bring their production to life, taking it from the studio to the stage! In addition to learning their music, choreography, lines and developing their character for the production, students will take part in creating the props and sets for the production, as well as workshops and lessons that focus on developing their acting skills and vocal technique.
Tuition (September to May) – $800+HST
• FIRST DAY OF CLASS – September 18th
• NO CLASS – October 9th (Thanksgiving)
• STUDIO TO STAGE PREVIEW – Friday, December 1st
• LAST DAY OF CLASS (FALL) – December 11th
• FIRST DAY OF CLASS (WINTER) – January 8th
• NO CLASS – February 19th (Family Day)
• NO CLASS – March 11th (March Break)
• CLASSES RUN AS USUAL – April 1 (Easter Monday)
• MANDATORY REHEARSALS – April 29th, May 6th & May 13th (5:00-8:30pm on the 13th)
• FINAL PERFORMANCE –Tuesday, May 14th & Wednesday, May 15th
Due to the large amount of planning required for our Studio to Stage productions and a number of large upfront costs associated with producing a musical, no refunds will be given for cancelled registrations, unless we are able to fill your child’s spot in the production. If your child’s spot is filled, a non-transferrable CREDIT (less a $20 processing fee) will be issued, which can be used towards any program at Arts Abound for up to 1 year after it is issued. CREDITS HAVE NO CASH VALUE.
Theatre is a team effort! Every performer plays a vital role in telling the story, making attendance extremely important. Studio to Stage is a year-long commitment. Students are expected to be at all classes, rehearsals, and performances listed above for their class. Failure to attend 3 or more rehearsals may result in your performer being removed from scenes or his/her role being reassigned. These decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis and are largely driven by the level of disruption to the rest of the cast. Opportunities to make up missed rehearsal with one of the instructors may be an option and will be at the parents’ expense. During the final 3 weeks before performance students are expected to attend 100% of class and rehearsals, these mandatory rehearsals have been listed for each class.
Arts Abound reserves the right to remove a child from their program if any disabilities have not been declared at the time of registration and/or the level of care and supports required was not accurately communicated.
UNMANAGEABLE, INAPPROPRIATE AND DANGEROUS BEHAVIOUR
Arts Abound reserves the right to remove a child from class, without refund, if their behaviour or the behaviour of their parent(s)/guardian(s) is deemed to be unmanageable, inappropriate, and/or is dangerous to themselves or others. Bullying and harassment – of any kind – will not be tolerated.
Arts Abound is committed to creating a safe, supportive, and encouraging space for all members and allies of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.
If Arts Abound must close due to unforeseen circumstances – such as government mandate, natural disaster, or public health emergency – classes will be moved online. REFUNDS/CREDITS WILL NOT BE ISSUED IF CLASSES ARE MOVED ONLINE.
Enrollment for this class is now closed.
- Monday 6:00-8:00pm - FULL
Age Group: Gr. 5-7
Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7