Fall Classes begin August 19th
OHLOOK is now offering a full-fledged triple threat training program. Enrollment in each of the areas of focus will help equip your young performer with all of the skills necessary to thrive in the competitive world of musical theatre.
To schedule or inquire about private lessons please contact Taylor Wallis
Through improvisation, script analysis and the study of monologue materials, students are introduced to the fundamentals of acting. Special emphasis is placed on building a foundation and understanding of character, expression, objectives, and the creative process.
Through in-depth scene work and script analysis students will develop their craft and dive deeper into character analysis and performance. Special emphasis is placed on interpretation and translation of the dramatic script as the basis for exploration of characterization, motivation and performance.
Join our Broadway Tots as they take their first steps on to the big stage! We teach our budding actors how to cultivate focus in a fun-filled and encouraging environment that welcomes our youngest Ohlook superstars in the world of the theatre. Come find your voice and sing and dance your heart out!
This class combines imaginative play, singing, acting, and movement to introduce and establish the building blocks of the performing arts, foster creativity, and nurture self-esteem. Through songs, musical theatre games, and stories these budding performers learn in a playful and creative environment. Through positive and imaginative class experiences, these young performers develop confidence in singing and acting, strengthen their skills and have fun!
Learn the basics of acting and performing in this fun filled class. Students practice public speaking, creativity, and improv. Our acting classes for kids also help to give them confidence to be participants in all aspects of their lives, able to ask questions, seek answers and share information with others.
Skip, leap, jump, sing, and play instruments! Experience the joy of rhythm, tempo, and dynamics. Apply these skills and stretch your imagination through movement and dance exercises to strengthen fine and gross motor skills. Learn basic percussion instruments and jam with your classmates while learning fun songs. Students will also prepare a performance to present for parents during the Spring recital.