Drama Classes

Valley Drama School offers 3 classes in theatre training: Little Apples Theatre Troupe, Junior Acting, and Senior Acting. Please continue reading below for course specific detail, content, and cost. For each class there are scholarships available for low income families; please see the 'Scholarships' page for more information.

WINTER TERM: If your student is enrolled in the Fall term, you do not need to register for 2nd term, as the course is a continuation of the 1st!

Little Apples Theatre Troupe

Grade level: P-5

Section 1: Mondays 4-5:30 (FULL)

Section 2: Thursdays 4:30-6 (FULL)

Wait List Available

Dates: Sept. 14/17- Dec. 14/17, 2020

             Jan. 11/14-May 22/25, 2021

Cost: $175 per term

 

The Little Apples will begin by learning foundational acting skills with a focus on creativity and play, imagination, teamwork, character exploration, and story building. Students will develop their self-confidence and collaborative skills through theatre games & activities and scene creation, while working toward a final performance at the end of the year!

Junior Acting

Grade level: 5-8

Section 1: Tuesdays 5:30-7:30 (FULL)

Section 2: Mondays 6-8pm (FULL)

Wait List Available

Dates: Sept. 14/15-Dec. 14/15, 2020 

             Jan. 11/12- May 22/23, 2021 (term 2)

Cost: $210/ term

 

Students will develop their acting skills through movement and voice training, collective creation, and exploration of various theatre forms. Students will create and perform monologues, scenes, and a final, full-length production at the end of the year. Students will develop a strong sense of teamwork and belonging through artistic collaboration.

Senior Acting

Grade level: 9-12

Section 1: Wednesdays 5:30-8 (FULL)

Section 2:  Sundays 3-5:30pm 

Dates: Sept. 16-Dec. 16, 2020 (term 1)

              Jan. 13-May 24, 2021 (term 2)

Cost: $250/term

Students in Senior Acting will begin with foundational training in theatre and participate in voice, movement, improvisation, and characterization exercises, as well as audition preparation if desired. Students will explore cultural and social topics through storytelling theatre, collective creation, scene work, monologues, and a full-length production at the end of the year.

Students will experience drama games and activities, foundational & ensemble work, voice and movement training, improvisation, character development, and story building. Students will also receive master classes with local artists in areas such as music, dance, film, play & song writing.

 

Each week, through a variety of theatre forms, students will collectively create their own 'mini plays'. Plays will include: (age level depending)

 

Time Travel Machine                    Space Ship

   Murder Mystery                     Invent a Country

Teleport Machine                       Dream World

Magic School Bus                      Adventure Quest

Super Heroes (create)                Utopia/Dystopia

Historical Figure or Event          Invention/ Discovery

Ghost Story                                Fantasy

            Spirit Animals                    Journalist in the Field

World Culture Fair                     Pantomime

Comedy                                      Satire

    At the Market                       Tea Party Mingle

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Water bottle

Clothes for movement

A journal or notebook

Your sweet smile :)

A sneak peek at some of our creative projects!

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Wolfville, NS

Tel: 902-389-7937

info@valleydramaschool.com

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