Our classes are designed to propel the students forward in their training. We believe that students need every opportunity to work with professionals, and our instructors are anxious to impart their knowledge and expertise to the students.  Private Lessons are available upon request.

Classes are run in 8 week Sessions. (some classes may be rescheduled due to Holiday and Tech Schedule) Session Cost is $150

Session III—March 31-June 5, 2014

Intermediate Tap



Advanced Tap

*enrollment upon approval


6:00- 7:30pm

Musical Performance



Intro to Acting



Voice & Harmonies






Jazz Technique


4:00- 5:30pm 




YAT Session III Classes

Intermediate Tap - This class is designed for beginning/intermediate tappers. It will keep emphasis on technique, while building skill to a more advanced level.

Advanced Tap- *Instructor Approval Required* This is not an entry level coarse. For our more experienced, tappers, this class will keep you building in skill, and intro-duce other styles of tap, including Broadway, and rhythmic tap.

Musical Performance- This course focuses on singing performance and concentrates on relaxation, vocal and breathing exercises, characterization and the transition from dialog to song. The appropriate use of the actor’s voice and personality in the selection of audition material is also emphasized.

Intro to Acting- Learn basic acting skills, using your imagination, through games and improv! Students will learn basic skills, such as projection, enunciation, and body language.

Voice & Harmonies - The students will increase vocal technique and breathing skills as well as projection. They will also receive instruction in blending and harmony.

Ballet - A continuation of previous offered classes here at YAT, with our fabulous ballerina, Faby Garcia! Students will learn fundamentals of ballet. Including barre and floor work

Jazz Technique - This class is designed to bring your dance abilities to the next level. We will be reviewing all basic dance techniques, including turns, arm placement, posture, and balance. We will be working on simple cho-reography, and individual skill building.




Linda Wolfe has been teaching and directing Children’s theater for 23 years. She studied Speech and Theatre at Grossmont College, performed with various community theatre groups, performed with Old Globe Theatre/USD MFA program, and trained and performed with San Diego Theatre Sports for 2 ½ years as well as directed their youth program. She has taught a wide variety of theatre classes, written curriculum, directed summer camp programs with Christian Youth Theater, and has had VAPA certification training.



Katie Wallace started dancing at the age of five, and has never stopped. She danced competitively for 8 years traveling throughout Southern California, Arizona, and Nevada. She is trained in jazz, tap, lyrical/modern, and hip-hop but her heart belongs to tap. She has worked with Rubio's Dance Studio, Dance Express, and is overjoyed to now be here at YAT! In her spare time she enjoys snowboarding with her friends, and going to the river with her family. She would like to thank her family, for their unconditional love and support, and the YAT family for welcoming her with such open arms! Katie has a passion for dance, but an even greater passion for teaching, and sharing the joy and life that is in dance.