Students Ages 5-12
Primary Dance/Theater Ages 5-6
Wed - Broadway Stars Ages 5-6 (5-6PM)
Sat - Broadway Stars Ages 5-6 (10-11 AM)
Primary Dance Ages 7-12
Mon - Ballet Ages 8-12 (5:30-6:30 PM)
Wed - Jazz Ages 8-12 (4-5 PM)
Primary Theater Ages 7-12
Thurs – Vocal Ages 8-12 (5-6 PM)
Sat - Triple Threat Ages 7-8 (11:15 AM-1:15 PM)
Sat - Performing Arts Workshop Ages 9-12 (1:30-4 PM)
Spring Session begins May 3 and ends June 14.
No classes May 31.
Classes can be taken in-person at BellWorks or virtually.
Broadway Stars Ages 5-6
A 1-hour class with Wendy Roman building rhythm and musicality through Broadway songs and a variety of dance styles including ballet, tap, and hip hop.
Triple Threat Ages 7-8
A 2-hour class with Wendy Roman to prepare the young performer for the stage with a focus on audition and performance techniques in acting, singing, and dancing. Students will have headshots taken, learn to prepare a resume, and learn and record audition material such as a monologue or dance solo.
Performing Arts Workshop Ages 9-12
This 2-hour and 30-minute class will prepare students for their next big performance by honing their audition and performance skills in acting, singing, and dancing. Students will have headshots taken, learn to prepare a resume, and learn and record audition material such as a monologue, scene, or dance solo. Taught by Wendy Roman.
Vocal Ages 8-12
Learning to sing requires as much focus and devotion to practice as learning any other instrument. Syllabus includes both training in vocal warm ups and technical exercises as well as learning new vocal repertoire. Taught by Joe Moffitt.
Ballet Ages 8-12
AXCBT professional dancers will be teaching students the fundamentals of ballet technique .
Jazz Ages 8-12
AXCBT professional dancer, Olivia Mirnada, offers instruction in the foundations of jazz.
6 Week Session Primary Classes
Broadway Stars $100
Triple Threat $200
Performing Arts Workshop $250
Registering to take your class virtually? Receive a 25% discount.
Placement in programs is not based solely on age. APAA's Director and faculty evaluate students on their performance in class and on stage as well as their emotional and technical maturity.