We believe arts education is an important asset to all youth and strive to bring exciting and new learning opportunities through the instruction from professionals in the fields of music, dance and drama.
Broadway North provides arts education programming to students ages 7 to 18 years old. There are currently two programs offered during the year, a week long camp in the summer and a 3.5-month musical theatre based program in the fall.
Juniors: 7-8 years old
Intermediates: 9-11 years old
Seniors: 12-18 years old
To learn more about us feel free to email us at email@example.com
BROADWAY NORTH YOUTH COMPANY ANNOUNCES THE FIRST-EVER
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It's the kind of program we've always wanted to do! The Fall Intensive blends our Summer Intensive and our Fall Production into one creative educational opportunity! Students gather every Saturday to meld dance, voice, and acting skills into a finished theatrical production! The program culminates in an evening featuring two one-act plays, driven by the talents and new skills learned by the students, guided by our instructors! Plays will be performed for limited capacity audiences December 10th, 11th and 12th. If regulations allow, two matinee performances may be added to the run.
The students will still audition for roles in the productions, and while the plays may not necessarily be musicals, the Intensive will blend in dance and voice as it relates to the production. We will also incorporate workshops for added interest! All of these new abilities will then be the core of the one-act plays!
And for the first time ever, we will be offering a class specifically for technical theatre students!
Ages 12 to 18 can learn the skills needed to produce a play, and they will be the magic behind the scenes once we get to showtime!
There will not be a Junior category in the Fall Intensive. To maintain good health and safety practices, each age category is limited to 30 students. The Technical Theatre category will have a maximum of 10 students. If the category you want is full, please add your child's name to the waiting list for that group. Sometimes spots open up, and before we begin the Saskatchewan Health Authority may allow for more students!
Age groups will be separated throughout the entire day, each with their own designated parts of the building. View the zone layout here. Students will also be expected to maintain physical distancing regulations in class and during breaks. Masks are required for all students.
Cost of Program
(due by September 11, 2020)
REGISTRATION MUST BE COMPLETED
BEFORE PAYMENT CAN BE MADE
REGISTRATION IS DONE ENTIRELY ONLINE:
PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO REGISTER WITH OUR BOX OFFICE STAFF
Once you've filled out the registration form, your child's place is reserved. You will then receive an email outlining how to make your payment. If you do not receive the email, please check your spam or junk folders and make sure that @citypa.com email addresses are in your "allowed senders" list. Most importantly, please ensure your email address is entered correctly.
A separate registration must be filled out for each child.
Each teaching zone will have a hand sanitization station, and each group will have its own washroom facilities with sinks for hand washing as needed. Masks are required for all students.
We will cordon off the zones for each age group. Please view the map here and go over it with your child so they know what to expect.
If your child or anyone in your household begins to exhibit COVID-19 symptoms during the fall intensive or in the two weeks leading up to it, please let us know and keep your child at home for the safety of the other students and their families.
REGISTRATION OPEN ON HOME PAGE
Tale Spinner Theatre is sponsoring one registration in the Broadway North Youth Company Fall Intensive! All you have to do is compose a letter outlining your passion for theatre and why you'd be a good candidate!
Then email your letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31st.
fall intensive instructors
It is our sincere hope that the world will be healthy enough to return with our regular fall program next year.
Because this show will be huge!