Fall Classes

Grades 9-12 (High School)

Tuition Discounts

Active Military Discount*
Students who have an active military parent qualify for a 5% discount off of the first class. 

Multi-Class Discount*
We offer a 10% discount for each additional class a student takes in one semester. 

Sibling Discount*
We offer a 10% discount for each additional sibling who participates in classes. 

*Students may use only one discount per class. The initial deposit doesn’t qualify for a discount and all discounts will be applied to the equal or lesser value class, however, we will use the largest percentage discount applicable. 

Foundation Seminars

Foundations of Acting

FOUNDATIONS OF ACTING
Grades 4th–12th

This 2-hour seminar is designed for those new to ACT or have not completed a previous semester Acting class or Acting camp for 4th Grade or older. Taking this seminar will qualify as the prerequisite to all ACTING related classes for 4th grade on up. (Previous MUSICAL THEATRE classes or camps do NOT count towards this prerequisite.)

Who needs to take this seminar?

  • Students NEW to ACT who will be registered for a semester ACTING class THIS semester.
  • Students who have taken Musical Theatre classes or camps, but are now registering to take an Acting class.

NOTE: This is NOT a stand-alone class. It is only for those registering for an Acting related class THIS semester!

Seminar Topics Include:

  • Physical & Vocal Warm-Ups
  • The 5 Ws
  • Stage Directions
  • Body Positions
  • Physical Actions
  • Character Background
  • Intentions
  • Obstacles
  • Tactics

Tuition: $25 Seminar

Seminar Date Options:

Option 1: Monday, August 10, 4:00-6:00 PM
Option 2: Thursday, August 13, 5:00-7:00 PM
Option 3: Saturday, August 15. 9:00-11:00 AM
Option 4: Saturday, August 29. 9:00-11:00 AM
Option 5: Saturday, September 5. 9:00-11:00 AM

Foundations of Musical Theatre

FOUNDATIONS OF MUSICAL THEATRE
Grades 4th–12th

This 2-hour seminar is designed for those new to ACT or have not completed a previous semester Musical Theatre class or Musical Theatre camp for 4th Grade or older. Taking this seminar will qualify as the prerequisite to all MUSICAL THEATRE classes for 4th grade on up. (Previous ACTING related classes or camps do NOT count towards this prerequisite.)

Who needs to take this seminar?

  • Students NEW to ACT who will be registered for a semester MUSICAL THEATRE class THIS semester.
  • Students who are moving up from the 1st-3rd grade into the 4th-6th grade.
  • Students who have taken Acting classes or camps, but are now registering to take a Musical Theatre class.

NOTE: This is NOT a stand-alone class. It is only for those registering for a Musical Theatre class THIS semester!

Seminar Topics Include:

  • Warm-ups: Physical, Vocal, Stretching
  • Stage Directions
  • Body Positions
  • Projection
  • Breathing
  • Basic Dance Steps
  • Types of Notes & Clefs
  • The 5 W’s
  • Character Background

Tuition: $25 Seminar

Seminar Date Options:

Option 1: Monday, August 10, 4:00-6:00 PM
Option 2: Thursday, August 13, 5:00-7:00 PM
Option 3: Saturday, August 15. 9:00-11:00 AM
Option 4: Saturday, August 29. 9:00-11:00 AM
Option 5: Saturday, September 5. 9:00-11:00 AM

Semester Classes

Wait ListActing: Mondays 6:00 PM – Full Class

ACTING: Grades 9-12 (High School)
Mondays 6:00-8:00 PM
Script: Mayhem at the Museum

This is a fun and creative class filled with a combination of improv, games, and acting for the stage. Students will learn a variety of acting skills and techniques throughout the semester, and will prepare and perform the original, one-act play, Mayhem at the Museum, in the Semester Showcase.

Prerequisite: Students must have ONE of the following to take this course:

  • Foundations of Acting Seminar (This 2-hour seminar is offered the week before class begins. You can sign up for it when you register.)
  • Previous Acting Camp or Class for grades 4-6 or grades 6-8.  

Days: Mondays
Times: 6:00-8:00 PM
Instructor: Bob Rais

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 17, 24, 31
September: 14, 21, 28 (No Class on the 7th due to Labor Day)
October: 5, 12, 19, 26
November: 2, 9, 16, 30 (No Class on the 23rd due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 7, 14

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListVocals with Dance (Grades 6-12): Mondays 4:00 PM –  Full Class

VOCALS WITH DANCE FOR PERFORMING ARTS: Grades 6-12
Mondays 4:00-6:00 PM
Musical Selections from Hamilton*

Come shine in our Vocals with Dance for the Performing Arts class! Since singing in theatre isn’t just standing in one place, we will focus on developing singing with good support while dancing. We’ll work on developing solid vocal technique, along with caring for your voice, and keeping it in tip-top shape! Not strong at sight-reading music? We will study some sight-singing skills to help you navigate through reading a score.

Students will sing selections from Hamilton*.

*IMPORTANT MUSIC INFORMATION: When Hamilton was first performed almost five years ago, it was a ground-breaking production that changed the game of musical theatre. This patriotic show follows the remarkable life story of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. We are thrilled to have found an ACT-appropriate choral medley of the most popular Hamilton songs, that we can perform in our classes.

We will be performing clean selections from Hamilton. Although the content we will teach in class is clean, the original Broadway cast recording contains some inappropriate language and content. If parents choose to allow their children to listen to or watch the full version of Hamilton, we recommend that parents listen to the original Broadway cast recording first. We will NOT be using or referring to any of the inappropriate songs or lyrics.

In order for you to be confident in the music that is being sung, we have included it below for you to hear. You may also CLICK HERE to view the sheet music and lyrics that we will be using. Since the first line of the music originally included words that we will not be used in class, we have muted it out in the following vocal track. The lyrics we will be using in class for the first line are “How did a rag-tag orphan, son of the poor and a Scotsman…” Please do not hesitate to reach out via e-mail with any questions about this class.

Days: Mondays
Times: 4:00-6:00 PM
Instructor: Madison Falkenstine
Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 17, 24, 31

September: 14, 21, 28 (No Class on the 7th due to Labor Day)
October: 5, 12, 19, 26
November: 2, 9, 16, 30 (No Class on the 23rd due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 7, 14

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListMusical Theatre: Tuesdays 6:15 PM 

MUSICAL THEATRE: Grades 9-12
Tuesdays 6:15-8:15 PM
Selections from Newsies

This is a fun and creative class filled with a combination of great vocal technique, dance coordination, and acting for the stage. Students will learn a variety of Musical Theatre skills and techniques throughout the semester. The class will prepare and perform select songs, choreography, and acting scenes from Newsies for the Semester Showcase.

Prerequisite: Students must have ONE of the following to take this course:

  • Foundations of Musical Theatre (This 2-hour seminar is offered the week before class begins. You can sign up for it when you register .)
  • Previous ACT Musical Theatre camp or class.

Days: Tuesdays
Times: 6:15-8:15 PM
Instructor: Madison Falkenstine

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 18, 25
September: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
October: 6, 13, 20, 27
November: 3, 10, 17 (No Class on the 24th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 1, 8

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListVocals with Dance (Grades 6-12): Wednesdays 4:00 PM – Full Class

VOCALS WITH DANCE: Grades 6-12
Wednesdays 4:00-6:00 PM
Musical Selections from Hamilton*

Come shine in our Vocals with Dance for the Performing Arts class! Since singing in theatre isn’t just standing in one place, we will focus on developing singing with good support while dancing. We’ll work on developing solid vocal technique, along with caring for your voice, and keeping it in tip-top shape! Not strong at sight-reading music? We will study some sight-singing skills to help you navigate through reading a score.

Students will sing selections from Hamilton*.

*IMPORTANT MUSIC INFORMATION: When Hamilton was first performed almost five years ago, it was a ground-breaking production that changed the game of musical theatre. This patriotic show follows the remarkable life story of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. We are thrilled to have found an ACT-appropriate choral medley of the most popular Hamilton songs, that we can perform in our classes.

We will be performing clean selections from Hamilton. Although the content we will teach in class is clean, the original Broadway cast recording contains some inappropriate language and content. If parents choose to allow their children to listen to or watch the full version of Hamilton, we recommend that parents listen to the original Broadway cast recording first. We will NOT be using or referring to any of the inappropriate songs or lyrics.

In order for you to be confident in the music that is being sung, we have included it below for you to hear. You may also CLICK HERE to view the sheet music and lyrics that we will be using. Since the first line of the music originally included words that we will not be used in class, we have muted it out in the following vocal track. The lyrics we will be using in class for the first line are “How did a rag-tag orphan, son of the poor and a Scotsman…” Please do not hesitate to reach out via e-mail with any questions about this class.

Days: Wednesdays
Times: 4:00-6:00 PM
Instructor: Madison Falkenstine
Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 19, 26
September: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
October: 7, 14, 21, 28
November: 4, 11, 18 (No Class on the 25th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 2, 9

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Vocals with Dance: Wednesdays 6:15 PM – Full ClassWait List

VOCALS WITH DANCE FOR PERFORMING ARTS: Grades 9-12
Wednesdays 6:15-8:15 PM
Musical Selections from Hamilton*

Come shine in our Vocals with Dance for the Performing Arts class! Since singing in theatre isn’t just standing in one place, we will focus on developing singing with good support while dancing. We’ll work on developing solid vocal technique, along with caring for your voice, and keeping it in tip-top shape! Not strong at sight-reading music? We will study some sight-singing skills to help you navigate through reading a score.

Students will sing selections from Hamilton*.

*IMPORTANT MUSIC INFORMATION: When Hamilton was first performed almost five years ago, it was a ground-breaking production that changed the game of musical theatre. This patriotic show follows the remarkable life story of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. We are thrilled to have found an ACT-appropriate choral medley of the most popular Hamilton songs, that we can perform in our classes.

We will be performing clean selections from Hamilton. Although the content we will teach in class is clean, the original Broadway cast recording contains some inappropriate language and content. If parents choose to allow their children to listen to or watch the full version of Hamilton, we recommend that parents listen to the original Broadway cast recording first. We will NOT be using or referring to any of the inappropriate songs or lyrics.

In order for you to be confident in the music that is being sung, we have included it below for you to hear. You may also CLICK HERE to view the sheet music and lyrics that we will be using. Since the first line of the music originally included words that we will not be used in class, we have muted it out in the following vocal track. The lyrics we will be using in class for the first line are “How did a rag-tag orphan, son of the poor and a Scotsman…” Please do not hesitate to reach out via e-mail with any questions about this class.

Days: Wednesdays
Times: 6:15-8:15 PM
Instructor: Madison Falkenstine
Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 19, 26

September: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
October: 7, 14, 21, 28
November: 4, 11, 18 (No Class on the 25th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 2, 9

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListShakespeare (Grades 6-12): Wednesdays 6:15 PM – Full Class

SHAKESPEARE: Grades 6-12
Wednesdays 6:15-8:00 PM

This is a fun and creative class that teaches practical skills for playing Shakespeare: how to deliver heightened language, elicit appropriate physicality, and explore a personal connection to a character. Students will learn a variety of acting skills and techniques throughout the semester. The class will prepare and perform a portion of a Shakespeare piece for the Semester Showcase.

Prerequisite: Students must have ONE of the following to take this course:

  • Foundations of Acting (This 2-hour seminar is offered the week before class begins. You can sign up for it when you register.)
  • Previous Acting Camp or Class for 4th grade or higher.  

Days: Wednesdays
Times: 6:15-8:00 PM
Instructor: Bob Rais

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 19, 26
September: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
October: 7, 14, 21, 28
November: 4, 11, 18 (No Class on the 25th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 2, 9

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$82 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$82 Due on September 1
$82 Due on October 1
$82 Due on November 1
$82 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListDance for Musical Theatre (Grades 6-12): Thursdays 4:00 PM –  Full Class

Dance for Musical Theatre: Grades 6-12
Thursdays 4:00-6:00 PM
Musical Selections from Teen Beach Movie

Dancing for Musical Theatre is more than just dance techniques. It also includes connecting with the audience to tell a story through dance and facial expressions.  Students will develop their jazz technique layered with Broadway-style tap moves! Students will prepare and perform selections from the musical, Teen Beach Movie, for the Semester Showcase. Put on your dancing shoes and join us for a fun and energetic class!

Dance Shoe Requirement: Black Jazz Shoes & Black Tap Shoes

Days: Thursdays
Times: 4:00-6:00 PM
Instructor: Elyse Jett-Clark
Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14.

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 20, 27
September: 3, 10, 17, 24
October: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
November: 5, 12, 19 (No Class on the 26th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 3, 10

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListActing Outside the Lines (Improv): Fridays 6:15 PM 

ACTING OUTSIDE THE LINES (Improv)
Fridays 6:15-8:00 PM

This is a fun and creative class filled with a combination of improv, games, and acting for the stage. Improv is not only fun but is extremely beneficial for developing more complex characters in scripts, as well as learning to create on-the-fly.  Improv skills help the actor with listening, quick thinking, concentration skills and so much more.  The class will perform a compilation of improvs in the Semester Showcase.

Prerequisite: Students must have ONE of the following to take this course:

  • Foundations of Acting (This 2-hour seminar is offered the week before class begins. You can sign up for it when you register.)
  • Acting Camp for 4th Grade or older. (A Musical Theatre camp does not fulfill this prerequisite.)
  • A previous acting class for Grades 4-6 or Grades 6-8.

Days: Fridays
Times: 6:15-8:00 PM
Instructor: Bob Rais

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 21, 28
September: 4, 11, 18, 25
October: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
November: 6, 13, 20 (No Class on the 27th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 4, 11

Semester Showcase: The end of the semester showcase is a special event for the students! As of now, students will perform their showcase virtually for families and friends to enjoy at home. Should the current guidelines change to allow us to have in-person showcases, we will reassess at that time and contact you with updated information.  

Tuition:
$82 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$82 Due on September 1
$82 Due on October 1
$82 Due on November 1
$82 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes for the show. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Advanced Classes (By Audition Only)

Wait ListAdvanced Acting (Grades 6-12): Tuesdays 4:00 PM – Full Class

ADVANCED ACTING: Grades 6-12
Tuesdays 4:00-6:00PM

This class is designed to advance the acting level of each student. Students will strengthen and enhance skills in ensemble work, teamwork, movement, voice, scene and play analysis, scene work including an emphasis on character development, improvisational skills, character analysis, performance, and audition skills.

Students will be required to work on monologues and/or scenes outside of class time and then present them to the class for discussion, critique, and development. Outside-of-class preparation will most likely require students to meet with one or two other actors to work on scenes.  

Though this is not a performance-based class, we believe that it is important for the students to share what they have created. Throughout the semester, as scenes are ready, we will film and post them online for families and friends to enjoy. We will also seek out additional opportunities for students to perform in the community. These opportunities will be contingent on the level of parental availability and involvement. 

Audition Requirements:
A video audition and resume are required before registering for this class. Auditions will be evaluated as they are submitted until the class limit is reached.  Please allow 3-4 business days for us to reply with the result.

  • Acting resume or list of previous experience and training
  • Video of a 1-minute monologue. (Your choice of a comedic or dramatic monologue.)
  • Submit the video to Megan@ACTcolorado.net via Dropbox, Google Drive, YouTube, or a direct file share.

Days: Tuesdays 
Times: 4:00-6:00 PM
Instructor: Megan Corsnitz

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 18, 25
September: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
October: 6, 13, 20, 27
November: 3, 10, 17 (No Class on the 24th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 1, 8

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListAdvanced Dance for Musical Theatre (Grades 6-12): Thursdays 6:15 PM – Full Class

ADVANCED DANCE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE: Grades 6-12
Thursdays 6:15-8:15 PM
Musical Selections from High School Musical, Teen Beach Movie, and Descendants 

Are you ready to take the next step in your musical theatre dance skills? If so, this class is for you. Since multiple dance styles are often woven together to create interesting numbers for musical theatre, you will be developing greater techniques in tap, jazz, lyrical, ballet, and contemporary styles. We will also be increasing your flexibility, strength, and performance techniques to learn how to portray an interesting character through dance that goes beyond just technical dancing. Students will also learn choreography techniques and will have the opportunity to choreograph elements that will be incorporated into their Semester Showcase performance.  

Along with the Semester Showcase performance, we will seek out additional opportunities for students to perform in the community. These opportunities will be contingent on the level of parental availability and involvement. 

Audition Requirements:
A video audition and resume are required before registering for this class. Auditions will be evaluated as they are submitted until the class limit is reached.  Please allow 3-4 business days for us to reply with the result.

  • Dance resume or list of previous training and shows performed
  • For your video audition, you will need to choreograph two, 45-second routines that include at least all of the steps below. One routine can be in the style of your choice, either Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical or Contemporary, and the second routine must be tap.

  • For your Ballet/Jazz/Lyrical or Contemporary audition routine, please include the following steps:

Pirouette turns (at least a double, parallel or turned out)
Saut De Chat or Grand Jete Leap (right or left side)
Fan Kick (right or left side)
Arabesque with penche (right or left side)
Another turn of your choice (for example fouette turns, chaines, axel turn/jump)
Another leap/jump of your choice (for example firebird leap, saute arabesque)

  • For your Tap audition routine, please include the following steps:

Shirley Temple/Alexander
One of the Time Steps
Wings or Pull Backs
Flaps and Shuffles
Paradiddles
Maxi Ford or Buffalo turns

  • Submit video(s) to Megan@ACTcolorado.net via Dropbox, Google Drive, YouTube, or a direct file share. 

Days: Thursdays 
Times: 6:15-8:15 PM
Instructor: Elyse Jett-Clark

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dance Uniform Requirements:

Shoes: Students must have tap and jazz shoes. Ballet shoes are encouraged but not required.
Pants: Black dance pants or leggings for girls. Boys may wear athletic pants.
(No sweatpants, athletic shorts, blue jeans, or other daily wear clothes.)
Shirts: Dancers may wear any color of a form-fitting T-shirt but it may not be an oversized shirt. 
Hair: Hair must be pulled up and out of face with bangs pinned back.  

Dates:
August: 20, 27
September: 3, 10, 17, 24
October: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
November: 5, 12, 19 (No Class on the 26th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 3, 10

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Wait ListAdvanced Vocals (Grades 6-12): Thursdays 4:00 PM – Full Class

ADVANCED VOCALS: Grades 6-12
Thursdays 4:00-6:00 PM

Do you want to further your musical training and learn how to command the stage in song? If so, this class is for you. Singing is one of the key elements of musical theatre, and it’s important to have a comprehensive understanding of how music works. In this class, we will spend time learning the ins and outs of the musical score and bringing the music of Broadway from the page to the stage.

Students will receive intense vocal training, and by the end of the semester, they will increase their ability to command the stage with singing. The students will learn a bit of vocal pedagogy (vocal health), have homework which will help them research the roles they are playing, learn to read music and sight-read, and participate in several musical numbers which include solo work and harmonization. For the final performance, each student will engage in several group numbers, trios, and duets from a Classic Broadway Repertoire. This will provide the students with a chance to work with partners and engage in more challenging music.

Though this is not a performance-based class, we believe that it is important for the students to share what they have created. Throughout the semester, as songs are ready, we will film and post them online for families and friends to enjoy. We will also seek out additional opportunities for students to perform in the community. These opportunities will be contingent on the level of parental availability and involvement. 

Audition Requirements:
A video audition and resume are required before registering for this class. Auditions will be evaluated as they are submitted until the class limit is reached. Please allow 3-4 business days for us to reply with the result.

  • Vocal resume or list of previous experience and training (Musicals performed, training/classes, private voice, etc.)
  • Video of the student performing 32 bars (approximately 1 minute) of a Classic Era Broadway song (from a musical which dates sometime before 1975). 
  • Submit your video to Megan@ACTcolorado.net via Dropbox, Google Drive, YouTube, or a direct file share. 

Days: Thursdays 
Times: 4:00-6:00 PM
Instructor: Madison Falkenstine

Class Limit: 10 Students (as per current guidelines)
If guidelines change to accommodate additional students, the maximum class size will increase to 14. 

Location: ACT Studios (481 Windchime Pl.)

Dates:
August: 20, 27
September: 3, 10, 17, 24
October: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
November: 5, 12, 19 (No Class on the 26th due to Thanksgiving Break)
December: 3, 10

Tuition:
$89 Non-Refundable Deposit Due at Registration
$89 Due on September 1
$89 Due on October 1
$89 Due on November 1
$89 Due on December 1

A 5% discount will be given if semester tuition is paid in full at the time of registration.

Costumes: Students will be required to provide their own costumes. Most costumes can be created from items around your home or from Goodwill.

Lina Lamont
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