Weekly Online Class
When: Fridays 4:00 – 4:45 PST
Length: 6 week program
Starts: October 16
Ends: November 20
Love to sing, dance and act? This musical theatre voice class will get kids learning a new song each week, while also teaching them proper vocal warm ups, techniques, and performance tips.
Note: Some parts of class will be recorded as a virtual showcase video for students to present their work.
Software Requirements: Weekly classes via Zoom. Zoom account required to participate. Download Zoom Here (Free)
Evergreen Course – Always online, work at your own pace
This course was designed for kids who want to improve their performance when singing. Learn vocal warm ups, proper techniques, and tools you can apply to any song you sing whether it’s for fun in your living room, for an audition, or on stage.
It feels amazing to be given a solo in a musical. But then what? How do you work on your music? What should you be doing to make it look good as well as sound good? Or maybe you need to prepare a song for an audition and you’re not sure where to start. In this course Lauren will teach you not just how to SING your song but how to PERFORM it. Musical theatre is different from singing in a choir. Your job is to tell a story through song and there are many ways you can do this.
9 vocal warm ups + 1 keyboard accompaniment video and 10 full lessons
Cost: Name Your Price
About the instructor:
An avid musical theatre enthusiast, she just can’t get enough of performing. Lauren is a singer, actor, dancer, director and playwright whose favorite credits include Little Red in Into The Woods (NSLOS), Jemima in CATS (Fighting Chance) and Bianca in Taming of the Shrew (Bard in The Valley).
Lauren is also the artistic director of her Langley based theatre company Capricorn Theatre Productions, which just wrapped up it’s fourth tour of her original musical Confessions of a Grocery Clerk. When not performing, Lauren finds any opportunity to share her theatre passion by teaching it to others.
With a background in education, she currently teaches private voice and piano lessons in addition to musical theatre at Lights Up Langley Musical Theatre School. She believes there is room for everyone in theatre and works hard to create a place where others can express themselves through the arts.