Education/child/teen

Stage Kids

Tues., Jan. 21 - Fri., May 1, 2020

Ages 8 – 14
Tuesdays, 4:30 – 6:30 pm

Stage Kids puts students on center stage to perform musical selections from a variety of popular music genres! Students are immersed in performance techniques such as voice, acting, and movement. The Stage Kids gain skills in character development, projection, articulation, creative thinking, and concentration. Each session ends in a show-stopping final performance for family and friends.

No audition necessary to participate.
No Class
March 17
March 24
Mandatory Dress Rehearsals
Tues., April 21, 2020 | 5 – 7:30 pm
Thurs., April 23, 2020 | 5 – 7:30 pm
Tues., April 28, 2020 | 5 – 7:30 pm
Thurs., April 30, 2020 | 5 – 7:30 pm
Performance:
Fri., May 1, 2020 | 6 pm
Location
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center
1770 Monroe St. (US-1 and Monroe St.)
Cost per session
$400 for Members
$425 for Non-Members

For your convenience, please choose the PayPal option or download the registration form.

Cost per session
Downloadable Registration Form

About Our Music Instructor

Claudia Lopez
Ms. Claudia is an award-winning singer-songwriter and musician. She attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Claudia earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University Miami Frost School Of Music’s Jazz Vocal Program. Some of her former students are currently performing on South Florida stages, in Walt Disney Parks, touring nationally (Hunchback of Notre Dame), and have performed on television (Premios Juventud, Sabado Gigante). She has had the privilege to work with artists such as Emilio Estefan, Cesar Lopez, Bobby Crus, Luis “Papo” Marquez, and many more. She has been the vocal director for the Center’s Broadway Actors summer camp program, leading students through the music of productions such as Lion King Jr. and Peter Pan Jr. Ms. Claudia is the Music Director for Stage Kids, as well as the lead instructor for private voice, guitar and piano classes at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood.

Stage Kids is funded in part by an arts education grant from The Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation.