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Spotlight Acting Academy

At Spotlight Acting Academy, the doors are always open for students with a range of theatre experience. We offer the opportunity for students to explore their interest and passion in not only acting, but musical theatre and performance. Our classes focus on educating students on audition techniques, theatre etiquette, and the foundations of voice, dancing, and acting performance. Our students are able to put all of their hard work and showcase their progress at the end of each semester in our musical production. Our productions have ranged from Elf Jr to Madagascar Jr and everything in between. We pride ourselves in presenting the best production quality for our students from costuming, props, set design, lighting, and sound to allow for the best experience possible that allows our students to shine on stage. Our production classes not only deepen a student’s interest in musical theatre but are also a great way for a student to try something new that helps them to break out of their shell and flourish creatively.

All classes perform two productions each year - one in the fall and one in the spring. Productions are composed of songs, dances, and lines that must be memorized by the show.

Broadway Babies

This class is a Beginner Level class for ages 4 and up that requires no previous experience and is an introduction into the musical theatre world. All are welcome!

Broadway Babies is a music theatre production class that focuses on acting, singing, and dancing and introducing students to the musical theatre world in a FUN, high energy setting!

Razzle Dazzle

This class is a Beginner Level class for ages 7 and up that requires no previous experience and is an introduction into the musical theatre world. All are welcome!

Razzle Dazzle is a music theatre production class that focuses on acting, singing, and dancing and introducing students to the musical theatre world in a FUN, high energy setting!

Broadway Bound

This class is a Beginner/Intermediate Level class for ages 9 and up that requires some previous experience but is still an introduction into the musical theatre world. All are welcome!

Broadway Bound is a music theatre production class that focuses on acting, singing, and dancing.

Curtain Call

This class is an Intermediate/Advanced Level production class for ages 10 and up that requires permission to enroll.

Curtain Call is a music theatre production class that focuses on acting, singing, and dancing.

Take Stage

This class is an Advanced Level Class for ages 12 and up that does require previous experience.

Take Stage is a music theatre production class that focuses on acting, singing, and dancing.

Class Schedule

Spotlight reserves the right to cancel a class if less than six students are enrolled. In this case, an appropriate class will be suggested or the student will receive a refund.
All Spotlight Acting Academy students must also enroll in a dance class.

Broadway Babies Razzle Dazzle Broadway Bound Curtain Call Take Stage
Ages 4+ Ages 7+ Ages 9+ Ages 10+ Ages 12+
Wednesday Monday Tuesday Monday Tuesday
5:30-6:30 5:30-6:30 6:00-7:00 6:30-7:30 4:00-6:00
$60/mo $60/mo $75/mo $75/mo $75/mo

Students

Spotlight Acting Academy faculty encourage all students to progress at their own rate within a nurturing and supportive class environment. The director will notify a parent if their child is ready to move to the next level. We appreciate your respect and cooperation in this matter. Parents may request an evaluation by leaving a written memo at the front desk. Please allow two weeks for processing. You may also email Jonathan directly at jbeckreed@cox.net

Spotlight Acting Academy is a professional organization and acting education center. Jonathan reserves the right to re-direct placement of any student while attending any class and/or workshops.

Parents

We hope that by enrolling your child at Spotlight Acting academy you intend to take an active part in helping your actor by taking a genuine, enthusiastic interest in not only your child’s progression but also in the art of theatre itself. You must also trust that we will make decisions in your child’s best interests. His/her welfare is first and foremost. We hope to make a memorable and meaningful experience. You will at times possibly need to help your actor memorize lines for their scenes and shows.