Musical Theatre
Led by The Star Project & Director Jo Payne
Musical Theatre is a wonderful way of bringing out the confidence in young people by exploring the 3 main disciplines, dance, singing and acting. Musical Theatre discovers childrens' ability to express themselves in many different ways. Students explore different show themes and learn techniques such as improvisation, characterisation, script work, accents, voice projection, mime, comedy, physical theatre, dance genres, vocal technique, harmonies, ensemble singing and much more! They will also get to perform many times a year.
SHOW THEMES

Join us on our Musical Theatre journey and develop your confidence and skills as a performer. We’ve divided your journey into 3 terms and each term rolls into the next. There’s no additional cost for costumes or prop/set pieces. Just a small fee per ticket for each performance. Performance dates and ticket prices are TBA.
TERM 1: MARY POPPINS
Monday, Sept 13th – Monday, Dec 13th
13 Weeks – Closed Oct. 11th for Thanksgiving
Students begin their 34 week adventure onto the stage. They begin with the basics of theatre as they follow the magical story of Mary Poppins. This term students will use the themes of imagination and confidence. Learning songs, dances and scenes from the show Mary Poppins, they will develop their grounding skills and techniques to becoming a performer. This is a skill building term that prepares students for Term 2!
TERM 2: FINDING NEMO
Monday, January 10th – Monday, March 7th
9 weeks – Closed Feb 21st for Family Day
This term students will head down under the sea for a magical journey with Dori and Nemo as they learn to tell a story through dance drama and singing, and perform to their friends and family as they demonstrate the creative pieces they have learnt. This is a skill building term that prepares students for Term 3!
TERM 3: PETER PAN
Monday, March 21st – Monday, June 13th
11 Weeks - Closed April 18th, Easter Monday
It’s time to head to Neverland, dance with the pirates, sing with the fairies and play games with the mermaids in this fun and exciting show term. Students will work toward a bigger production, to include; wearing a costume, using a microphone and performing under theatre lights. This is the term they have spent the year working towards, where their efforts come to fruition and they can be very proud of their achievements. Students also will also receive a trophy at the end of the 34 week season as part of celebrating their accomplishments!
TERM 1: WICKED
Monday, Sept 13th – Monday, Dec 13th
13 Weeks – Closed Oct. 11th for Thanksgiving
This is the beginning of their 34 week journey into developing their skills in Musical Theatre. Learning choreography, scenes and songs from the musical Wicked and showcasing them in a small performance to friends and family at the end of the term. By the end of the season they will be fully confident on the stage and will have developed their skills and their self belief as they look back on 3 accomplished shows. Constantly building and growing on their achievements and ability as young performers, this term is the opportunity to perform without the pressure of lights, costumes and microphones. This is a skill building term that prepares students for Term 2!
TERM 2: BACKSTAGE PASS
Monday, January 10th – Monday, March 7th
9 weeks – Closed Feb. 21st for Family Day
This term students begin rehearsals for their big end of season show a larger style production to an audience of family and friends at The Dream Centre. Children are further challenged in their 3 disciplines, continuing the theme of Wicked The Musical and allowing them to take on bigger roles. Children will be given an experience of the backstage elements to their show and the opportunity to help with creating the show backdrop, organise props and plan lighting and sound. They will also go through a fun audition process for their casting. At the end of this term they will present to their family and friends the numbers they have worked on so far, their technical show plans and their creative ideas for their performance. They are given the freedom and responsibility to make their show their own and be a part of the process which is hugely rewarding and exciting. This is a skill building term that prepares students for Term 3!
TERM 3: WICKED SHOW TERM
Monday, March 21st – Monday, June 13th
11 Weeks - Closed April 18th, Easter Monday
This term we focus on polishing and bringing together their show. Tech rehearsals and dress rehearsals are introduced and students will have the opportunity to work with the other age groups to practice transitions, entrances and exits. The excitement builds as they prepare for opening night and everything they’ve worked so hard for inviting everyone to join them in The Emerald City!
TERM 1: WICKED
Monday, Sept 13th – Monday, Dec 13th
13 Weeks – Closed Oct. 11th for Thanksgiving
This is the beginning of their 34 week journey into developing their skills in Musical Theatre. Learning choreography, scenes and songs from the musical Wicked and showcasing them in a small performance to friends and family at the end of the term. By the end of the season they will be fully confident on the stage and will have developed their skills and their self belief as they look back on 3 accomplished shows. Constantly building and growing on their achievements and ability as young performers, this term is the opportunity to perform without the pressure of lights, costumes and microphones. This is a skill building term that prepares students for Term 2!
TERM 2: BACKSTAGE PASS
Monday, January 10th – Monday, March 7th
9 weeks – Closed Feb. 21st for Family Day
This term students begin rehearsals for their big end of season show a larger style production to an audience of family and friends at The Dream Centre. Children are further challenged in their 3 disciplines, continuing the theme of Wicked The Musical and allowing them to take on bigger roles. Children will be given an experience of the backstage elements to their show and the opportunity to help with creating the show backdrop, organise props and plan lighting and sound. They will also go through a fun audition process for their casting. At the end of this term they will present to their family and friends the numbers they have worked on so far, their technical show plans and their creative ideas for their performance. They are given the freedom and responsibility to make their show their own and be a part of the process which is hugely rewarding and exciting. This is a skill building term that prepares students for Term 3!
TERM 3: WICKED SHOW TERM
Monday, March 21st – Monday, June 13th
11 Weeks - Closed April 18th, Easter Monday
This term we focus on polishing and bringing together their show. Tech rehearsals and dress rehearsals are introduced and students will have the opportunity to work with the other age groups to practice transitions, entrances and exits. The excitement builds as they prepare for opening night and everything they’ve worked so hard for inviting everyone to join them in The Emerald City!
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