KIDSTAGE Theater Classes & Camps
Everett: January 8 – March 12 Issaquah: January 8 – March 19
Please Note: Beginning January 2022, all students 12 years of age and up will be required to show proof of vaccination or weekly negative COVID-19 tests. Click here for more information.
Welcome to KIDSTAGE! All new students, even those with no experience in musical theater (acting, singing, or dancing), are welcome to start by taking any class at their grade level. Our theater classes & camps are designed to engage and build skills for children of various experience levels, whether they are brand new to theatre or have been taking classes with us for years. Unless specifically stated, our classes have no prerequisites.
If you are new to KIDSTAGE, it might be helpful to know that our Acting Classes will focus on building acting skills such as creating characters, collaborating in acting scenes, improvisation, stage direction, projecting our voices, etc. Our Musical Theatre classes will be focusing on singing and basic dance for musical theatre. In these classes, kids will typically sing and dance, as a group, in 2-4 musical numbers from popular shows.
Additionally, we offer specific Singing and Dance classes for our students in 6th grade and up.
There is a demonstration on the last day of class, where family and friends are invited in to see what their students have been working on in their class.
Village Theatre strives to ensure that all young people, regardless of financial circumstances, are able to participate in its programs. Payment plans and financial assistance are available for all programs.
Skills for Theatre… Skills for Life
To provide a personal development program for young people which uses theatre arts:
- To teach creativity and responsibility
- To encourage teamwork and personal integrity
- To foster self-esteem and appreciation for live theatre
Everyone benefits from an inclusive, multi-cultural environment of students, staff and programming. We welcome people of every ethnicity, race, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity, income and ability.