Our Kinder Music Theatre programs are a FUN-FILLED introduction to the world of music theatre! For the ACTIVE, CREATIVE child who loves to express themselves through music and movement. Classes will involve DRAMA GAMES, ENSEMBLE MUSIC and BEGINNER DANCE, culminating in a FINAL SHOWCASE PERFORMANCE IN OUR STUDIO THEATRE. The final performance will be held at the end of the term showcasing the students in excerpts from a musical.

Fall 2021

Kinder Broadway (JK-SK)
Saturdays 9:00am - 9:45am until December 4

Winter 2022

Kinder Broadway (JK-SK)
Saturdays 9:00am - 9:45am starting January 15

Sample Kinder Schedule

Week 1: Meet your instructors, and your new friends! In our first class, we learn about our fellow performers, and receive show materials to take home.

Weeks 2-4: We work on our performance skills through drama games, vocal exercises, and movement activities, along with learning the songs we'll be performing for our friends.

Weeks 5-8: We begin to stage our performance, matching our music with movement and characters, using the techniques we've learned.

Week 9: Dress rehearsal! We try on our costumes and practice our final performance before the audience arrives.

Week 10: Show time! With lights, props, and costumes, we show our friends and family what we've learned in an ensemble performance featuring highlights from a popular musical. Students perform in our state-of-the-art Zlotnik Studio Theatre, with professional lighting and sound, and live piano accompaniment.

What We Provide

  • A small classroom environment for optimal learning
  • Qualified, enthusiastic instructors
  • A state-of-the-art facility equipped with professional sound and lighting
  • Scripts and sheet music
  • Costumes and props
  • Dress rehearsal and performance for friends and family
  • A fun-filled experience!

Educational Outcomes

  • Introduction to vocal performance - rhythm, breathing, simple dynamics
  • Using imaginations to become characters & create fictional settings
  • Understanding of simple theatrical conventions: on-stage vs. off-stage, performer vs. audience
  • Focus and presence
  • Beginning line memorization
  • Simple movement - parts of the body, using the stage, fast vs. slow



Please refer to our Student Policies for further information.