Young Artist Training Program

2022 Jazz Camp

This camp for middle and high school students features classes in jazz improvisation and ear training, as well as instrumental master classes. Big band rehearsals include rhythm sectionals and combos, and participants enjoy professional performances by the guest faculty each afternoon. June 12-17; Full Day Tuition-$399; Early Bird Tuition (by April 15) $349

Registration opens March 1!
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Questions?

For assistance or questions regarding registering for Young People's Theatre or the Young Artist Training Program, please email performingarts@stchas.edu or call 636-922-8729.

The Young Artist Training Program (YATP) provides elevated, high quality theatre, music, and musical theatre education to students ages 8-18. The coursework allows for sequential training to continue developing your skills as you grow through the program and is designed to complement the theatre and music education taught in middle schools and high schools. The YATP also offers unique workshopssummer camps, and intensives as a means of continuing to develop your skills with guest faculty. 

Participation in a comprehensive training program prepares students for auditions, expands their knowledge beyond a singular production, and creates a network for artistic youth in our community. Participation in workshops, camps, and intensives gives the students a chance to challenge themselves and learn from a variety of performing arts professionals. Training opportunities are held during regular school semesters and over the summer.  

NOTE: Health and safety protocols as determined for the SCC campus are strictly enforced for all YATP programming.

For more information on the YATP, contact Samantha Stavely, YATP Director, at sstavely@stchas.edu or the director for the specific program listed below. 

The Performing Arts YATP Spring Semester Classes

All classes are 6 sessions. Registration begins on 11/01/2022. Click here to REGISTER!

Actor's Studio I: The Basics for ages 8-13. If you are new to theatre, this course is for you! Students in this class will learn basic theatre concepts such as stage fright, stage directions, body positions, projection, and much more! Instructor-Josiah Haan; Tuition $110; Mondays; January 23-February 27; 6 pm-7:15 pm

Actor's Studio II: Monologues for ages 8-13. PRE-REQ - Actor's Studio I. If you have taken Actor's Studio I, this is the next course for you. Students will learn about character development, monologues, and blocking. Instructor-Josiah Haan; Tuition $110; Mondays; January 23-February 27; 7:30 pm-8:45 pm

Musical Theatre Performance for ages 8-13. PRE-REQ - Actor's Studio I. Students who have completed Actor's Studio I will spend this course learning how to perform in a musical. From learning how to act your song, to developing your character, this class is great for any future Broadway star! Instructor-Josiah Haan; Tuition $110; Thursdays; January 26-March 2; 6:00 pm-7:15 pm

Musical Theatre Dance for ages 8-13. Students in this course will spend time learning basic musical theatre movements and learn how to act while dancing. Instructor-Abby Turner; Tuition $110; Thursdays; January 26-March 2; 7:30 pm-8:45 pm

Beginner Tap for ages 14+. This class will focus on rhythm and the basics of tap dancing. Students will learn steps such as shuffles, flaps, buffalos, and timesteps. Instructor-Abby Turner; $110; Thursdays; January 23-February 27; 6:00 pm-7:15 pm

Intermediate Tap for ages 14+. In this course, students will spend time learning more advanced tapping skills. Students will learn concepts such as syncopation, choreography, and performance skills. Instructor-Abby Turner; $110; Thursdays; January 23-February 27; 7:30 pm-8:45 pm

Design I for ages 14+. Students in this course will learn the principals of scenic and costume design and apply them to a play/musical of their choosing. Topics include script analysis, renderings, and color theory.  Instructor-Josiah Haan; $120; Thursdays; January 26-March 2; 7:30 pm-9:00 pm

Advanced Scene Study for ages 14+. Students in this course will spend time learning how to build a character backstory and a fully realized, emotionally truthful character through the use of acting techniques. Instructor-Isaiah Henry; $110; Saturdays; January 28-March 4; 9:00 am-10:15 am

Design II for ages 14+. PRE-REQ: Design I This course is designed to be a continuation of Design I. Students will learn technical skills on how to further develop their renderings and designs. Topics include: drawing in scale and advanced renderings. Instructor-Josiah Haan; $120; Saturdays; January 28-March 4; 10:30 am-12:00 pm


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