StageWorks Performing Arts Classes
StageWorks performing arts classes develop children's (4+) musical theatre skills. Each week the students learn poems/scripts/monologues/songs/dances/tap plus technical advice on performance and presentation. Each student is monitored and assessed (see below) regularly to ensure they are working to the correct standard and no-one gets left behind. Students gain so much from these classes and we see so many children bloom as they develop their confidence, self-belief and determination in a structured environment with professionally qualified instructors.
All students who attend these classes perform in the Summer Presentations at their local venue for an informal evening with their parents and friends. In December all students attending these classes then perform at The Kenton Theatre in the annual performance to the public.
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- BENSON at The Youth Hall, Oxford Road on Mondays at 430-7pm
- COOKHAM at Pinder Hall on Tuesdays at 4-600pm
- CAVERSHAM at St Andrews Church Hall, Albert Road on Wednesdays at 5-630pm
- HENLEY-ON-THAMES at The HAODS Studio on Thursdays at 430-630pm, Fridays at 430-730pm and Saturdays at 915-1215pm. Our LAMDA classes are held on Tuesday and Thursdays at Valley Road School and Dance Depot is Monday at Shiplake Church Hall *please note our classes during CV19 are being held in Shiplake - we expect to be back at The HAODS Studio, in January 2021.
StageWorks offer regular assessments to all the Performing Art Class students at
StageWorks. This is done throughout the year to encourage the children
and keep everyone working to the same standards. It is a progressive
Part of their assessments includes turning up to classes in the correct uniform with correct uniform/shoes - jazz and tap.
The younger children (4-9) don't take part in the assessments but are regularly monitored with achievement awards and stickers.