Coming February 2022
Romeo & Juliet
February 9-12 @ 7 pm
Matinee Feb. 12 @ 2pm
Al Whittle Theatre
Romeo & Juliet will be Valley Drama School's first community, adult production. Shakespeare's classic tragedy contains some of the most beautiful and lyrical poetry ever written in the English language. We plan to bring this accessible and thrilling story to life in a spectacular new production at the Al Whittle Theatre for Valentine's 2022.
Our company of creative and talented actors, set designers, directors, and stage managers is made up of a diverse range of community members from Wolfville and Halifax. The dedication and passion of this collective of artists is second to none. Wolfville is in for a stunning theatrical experience; with a combination of classical poetry, Elizabethan music and dancing, professional stage combat, and a unique cast of characters, this production is sure to be a memorable and powerful evening for audiences.
Protocols for classes in the 2021/22 season will follow current health and safety guidelines laid out by the province of Nova Scotia. During these unprecedented times it is understood that these policies may change to reflect updated restrictions.
-Parents are asked to monitor children for symptoms and keep their child back from class if they are displaying any signs of illness. Anyone displaying signs of illness may not enter the studio.
-Students will be required to use provided hand sanitizer upon entering the rehearsal studio, and practice frequent hand washing throughout the session. The studio will be thoroughly cleaned, sanitized and ventilated after each class.
-On the first day of class, parents (one at a time) will be welcome in the studio for a brief meet and greet, and to fill in any necessary paper work. Parents must wear a mask when entering the studio. Following this introductory class, attendance to class should be drop-off only.
- Anyone exposed to a potential case of COVID-19 must not attend classes until their self-isolation is complete.
To foster a sense of belonging and teamwork among all students
To ignite imaginations as we explore creativity and develop self-confidence through theatre
To help students develop responsibility, empathy, and social awareness
To combine elements of theatre with music and the arts, physical fitness and mental well being
About Valley Drama School
Located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Valley Drama School provides quality theatre classes for children of all ages in a supportive, collaborative environment.
Valley Drama School has three programs for students, beginning with Little Apple Theatre Troupe for Elementary children, Junior Acting (grades 6-8) and Senior Acting (grades 9-12).
If you have any questions or need more information please contact us! If you use the form please indicate your child's age and which program you require. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!