Youth Performance Company

The Youth Performance Company is an elite training program for students aged 13-18 who show exceptional talent in the areas of acting, singing and dancing and wish to advance their Triple Threat skills.

In this process-oriented program, students work with a professional creative team to hone their triple threat skills. The culmination of this program is a full scale production on Neptune Theatre’s Studio Stage.

The Summer Intensive, which provides approximately 2 weeks, or 80 hours of instruction and performance, is $500 + HST

The Fall Program, which provides approximately 160 hours of instruction and performance over 9 weeks, is $500 + HST.


Eligibility

Students must attend a Summer Intensive Program or have been a cast member of a previous Youth Performance Company production.

Please contact Chuck Homewood at 902-429-7300 or chomewood@neptunetheatre.com if you have additional questions.

 


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