what to expect at theatre school.
Imagine a world in which anything and everything is possible. This is the first stop in creating a magical learning experience for students with arts programming. Globe Theatre School provides the ultimate imagination playground, where youth have a safe and inspiring space to develop skills, confidence, and a healthy sense of self.
Join as at our space for 2022, the wonderful Westminster United (3025 13th Ave.). Our Fall classes are in full swing, and the Theatre School is so excited about a new Winter full of artistic adventures. We have programming for various ages and skill levels, and we look forward to a new year of theatre creation with you.
We help our youngest students discover the joys of imaginative play, character building, and theatre creation. Social and artistic muscles develop as students transition into our more advanced collective creation programs. Our programming provides students with the necessary foundation to confidently act, write, and improvise in a positive group environment.
Our classes are a safe and inspiring space to build collaborative abilities and explore creative expression.
IMPORTANT NOTE: While we are planning to hold these courses in person, we will follow all provincial guidelines and restrictions. The health and safety of our students, staff and families is our paramount concern.
Regarding COVID19 - Our Instructors are all fully vaccinated. All Theatre School students over the age of 11 must be fully vaccinated. Masks are required for all instructors and students.
Contact us with any questions.
registration is now open.
The winter term starts January 17th, 2022.
Max Capacity for all classes: 12
**ADVANCED PRICING ENDS DECEMBER 1ST, 2021.**
$400 + GST (Advanced Pricing - $375 + GST)
January 22 - April 9 (12 Classes) | Saturday 11:15 am - 12:30 pm
Make time to make-believe. These introductory classes encourage creative play and improvisation. Children are given the freedom to explore their budding imaginations and discover through experimentation. The session wraps up with an informal share for family members.
$425 + GST (Advanced Pricing - $400 + GST)
January 25 - April 5 (11 Classes) | Tuesday 5:15 pm - 6:45 pm
January 29 - April 9 (11 Classes) | Saturday 9:30 am - 11:00 am
The Explorers discover and develop worlds real and imagined, telling stories through movement, art and creative drama. As they play and invent together in collective creation, these young adventurers are also introduced to narrative by developing and learning short scripts. Their odyssey concludes with an informal share for family members.
$425 + GST (Advanced Pricing - $400 + GST)
January 17 - April 4 (11 Classes) | Monday 5:15 pm - 6:45 pm (no Class on February 21)
January 29 - April 9 (11 Classes) | Saturday 12:45 pm - 2:15 pm
The Creators move into the world of focused theatre-making, developing improvisation skills and an awareness of their work as something to be shared with an audience. Combining script and structure with artistic inspiration, your child learns to be part of an ensemble, helping to create small-group skits and participating in an informal share at the end of the session.
$450 + GST (Advanced Pricing - $425 + GST)
January 22 - April 9 (12 Classes) | Saturday 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
The Architects learn the joys and challenges of collective theatre creation. This ensemble-based course drives students to rely on their peers as partners, collaborators and new friends. Under direction of professional artists, students are encouraged to creatively explore and expand their perspectives. Students utilize acting, improvisation, writing, sound, and each other to create an original piece of theatre.
$450 + GST (Advanced Pricing $425 + GST)
January 17 - April 4 (11 Classes) | Monday 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (no Class on February 21)
The Teen Acting group will explore the thrills and challenges of collective theatre creation, bringing their imaginative and improvisational skills to the disciplines of acting, movement, text and voice. This ensemble-based course drives students to rely on their peers as partners, collaborators and new friends. Under direction of professional artists, students are encouraged to creatively explore and expand their perspectives, as they work together to build an original piece of theatre.