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THURSDAY Classes start
Thursday, September 15 - 5 to 7PM
New Life Fellowship - 20 Kelloway Close
North Red Deer

Class Dates:
September 15, 22, 29
October  6, 13, 20, 27
November 3, 17, SHOWCASE on THURSDAY Nov. 24


Little Rascals 1 (ages 6-7)   

Teacher: Grace Lemus
Teaching Assistant: Kimberly Kamphuis

Let your imagination take flight into the world of theater through song, music and dance. The fun never stops in "Little Rascals" and includes theater basics while learning the foundations of performing in a safe, encouraging environment. We also take time for fun with games and crafts. Let your child take the spotlight!  (*This age group is not eligible to audition for the session production.)

Foundations of Drama   D100  (ages 8-18)  

Teacher: Pastor Kyle Mills
Assistant:  Renee Gait 
Become a character from head to toe. Explore the building blocks of acting through creative movement, story enactment, theater games, imagination journeys and more! You'll be able to use your whole body, voice, and facial expressions to portray everything from a swashbuckling pirate to a oompa loompa. Create your character from scratch and perform in scenes like Chronicles of Narnia, Treasure Island,  Alice in Wonderland, and more.
*Students are exempt from this class upon verification of Drama 10 credit

Foundations of Voice V100  (ages 8-18) 
Teacher: Zandrea Jensen
Teaching Assistant: Jewel Newton 

This dynamic beginning voice class will cover all elements of good singing techniques. Students will receive training in how to use their voices correctly and how to have a confident audition. Emphasis will be placed on proper breathing and support. This important class is for everyone who has ever wanted to sing correctly and well!
*Students are exempt from this class upon verification of 6 months of private vocal instruction


*THE GREATEST SHOWMAN Musical Theater MT200  (ages 8 - 18)
Teacher:  Anne McLaren
Teaching Assistant:

Take an in depth look at the life of PT Barnum as told through the music of "The Greatest Showman". Explore the ups and downs of his life experiences and character development. Use the beautiful music from the show to learn performance skills such as emotional portrayal and connection to a character, harmonizing, power belting, body language and staging as well as some "tricks of the trade" to enhance your vocal performance. All these concepts will be explored through the analysis of the flaws and triumphs of Barnum's character and a look at our own life's journey and decisions all while singing the exceptional music from the sensational movie.



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