TDSB Partnership

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Electric Moon Theatre Company is a TDSB Approved Educational Program Partner for Stage Struck Musical Theatre Workshops. To learn more about this program please CLICK HERE to see our full TDSB program brochure or read below. To see pricing and additional booking information please click BOOK NOW below.

STAGE STRUCK MUSICAL THEATRE

Led by professional artists, this performance-based program for JK to Grade 8 students aligns with the Ontario Curriculum. Offering one-time and multi-week sessions, Stage Struck Musical Theatre incorporates elements of: Musical Theatre, Playwriting, Acting, Improvisation and Scene Study.

Stage Struck Musical Theatre encourages students to tap into their creativity by learning enhanced musical theatre technique through song, dance and ensemble work. Through theatre arts we strive to: build self-esteem and confidence; develop teamwork and leadership; foster listening, empathy and acceptance.

Workshops begin at $225 for a 75 minute session based on a maximum of 30 students per class. Longer sessions and multi-week workshop series available.

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Program Goal: StageStruck Musical Theatre fulfills both the drama and music components of the curriculum. This program encourages students to become active participants in exploring ideas through music, movement and drama, and responding to music. This program culminates in students incorporating these skills into a final performance. Students will develop musical literacy through singing, playing, dancing, performing and actively listening.

How Electric Moon achieves this: Students learn to tap into their creativity while learning enhanced musical theatre technique and songs and dances to various Broadway shows. Professional theatre facilitators support students in exploring different aspects of acting, ensemble work and movement through the fundamentals of improvisation and related theatre games and activities. In one-time workshops, students will learn a musical theatre song and dance. In an ongoing workshop series, students can work towards a final performance learning an in depth a full, show-worthy musical number. Opportunities are available for students to write small scenes or monologues linked to songs to create a mini-musical.

Fundamental Conepts: Role/Character, relationship, time and place, dynamics, pitch and form.