YAT classes are designed for recommended ages of  7 & up. Some classes are available for younger students and even adults! Please check class descriptions for class age specifics!

MUSICAL THEATRE 6-week workshop

Musical theatre- For triple threats in the making! Musical Theatre Class will help build your performance confidence through movement, acting and singing and build the skills necessary to communicate the dramatic content of musical text over a range of musical styles/categories. Students will learn song and dance routines set to Modern Broadway musical theatre productions.


This is a 6-week class session and each class is 1 hour long. . ** Taught by Katie Wallace. STAY TUNED FOR A NEW SESSION

FUSION DANCE 6-week workshop

This class will focus on building dance technique across forms/disciplines: Jazz, Ballet, Hip-Hop, Modern and Contemporary styles mainly. The class is divided into two sections: warm-up (includes both static exercises and "across-the-floors") and a set of choreography. The outcome will be a culmination of all the dance pieces learned in class. 


This is an 6-week class session, and each class is 1 hour. Taught by Wilfred Paloma

THE FOUNDATIONS OF ACTING (for beginning acting) 8-Week Workshop

The Foundations of Acting is class designed for students seeking base level knowledge of Acting as it connects to performance. Students will learn cross-technique approaches to Acting as a means of exploring personal process. Students will have opportunity for exploration and beginning level performance.

This is an 8-week class session, and each class is 1 hour long. Stay tuned for our next session start date ** Taught by Wilfred Paloma

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Tap Dance is a timeless art that combines dance and percussion. Tap dancers in musicals, movies, television, commercials, and concerts inspire us with their infectious rhythms. Tap Dance classes explore the two traditions of rhythm tap (hoofing) and Broadway tap. Class begins with warm up exercises in the center that increase control, coordination, and rhythm, followed by across the floor exercises that teach dynamics, and musicality. The goal is to develop tap dancers that are equally strong musicians, dancers, and performers. - Taught by Kaitlyn Pym & Katie Wallace. Class will be held in our dance studio, Suite W.

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