Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops at Studio East

At Studio East, youth ages 4 through 19 are given the tools they need to succeed. Theater training builds confidence, responsibility, teamwork and leadership skills—talents students will take with them wherever they go!

2018-19 Studio East Classes & Information
Information About Our Classes

After School Classes

Our Quarterly Theater Class program offers Fall, Winter, and Spring sessions, each 8 weeks in length. We also offer a 6-week Mini Winter Session between Fall and Winter. Classes include acting, dancing, and singing with a variety of themes and focuses for preschool through high school students.

If you have an idea for a class that you do not see offered, contact the Education Director – if you have at least six students and we have the space and the Instructor, you can create your own class!

Register for Spring After School Classes by 3/29 to save 10%

Age exceptions are only made by permission of the Education Director.

Winter 2019 After School

GradesClass NameClass TypeDayTimeDatesNo ClassInstructorTuitionDescriptionCode 
1st-2ndBroadway Kids: Peter PanMusical TheaterMON4:30pm-6:00pm2/4-4/12/18Corey Dunne$204A musical theater extravaganza! Students will sing songs and learn choreography from Peter Pan while focusing on building a character, stage presence, and acting a song. We will end our class with a fabulous musical revue complete with songs and a scene!W19SBKCall for more info
1st-2ndStory Drama: Dr. SeussStory DramaTHURS4:30pm-6:00pm1/31-4/42/14 & 2/21Megan Connell$204Students will explore a different Dr. Seuss tale every week, as they create, becoming and re-invent the stories! "Mr. Brown Can Moo!" "Green Eggs and Ham" and "There's a Wocket in my Pocket" are just some of the stories we will use to lead us on amazing adventures. Students will be learning about characterization in addition to other basic theatre concepts, all through the fantastical creations of Dr. Seuss.W19SSDClosed
3rd-5thIntro to Dance: Tap & Jazz CombosDance TechniqueTHURS6:00pm-7:30pm1/31-4/42/14 & 2/21Megan Connell$204Dance teaches us how to use our bodies, follow direction, and work as a group to create. Tap and jazz are great skills for those who are interested in musical theatre, dance, or both. In this class students will learn the basics of tap and jazz, focusing on pairing basic tap and jazz terminology with their respective steps, learning a musical theatre routine, and giving students confidence in their skills.W19SIDClosed
3rd-5thBroadway Revue: The Greatest ShowmanMusical TheaterTUES4:30pm-6:00pm2/5-4/22/19Megan Connell$204A musical theater extravaganza! Students will sing songs and learn choreography from the movie The Greatest Showman. This class will focus on building a character, stage presence, and acting a song. We will end our class with a fabulous musical revue complete with songs and an original scene!W19SBRCall for more info
6th-12thActing 2Acting TechniqueMON6:00pm-7:30pm2/4-4/12/18Yena Han$204Acting II is an intermediate level acting class. This class builds upon basic acting skills and challenges students to take their acting skills to the next level. Learn to analyze text for beats, subtext, character motivations, tactics, playable actions, and given circumstances. Learn to give and take constructive criticism. On the final day of class, we'll have an informal showing of class work. Acting I or permission from Education Director required to take this course.W19SA2Call for more info
6th-12thCommercials to MoviesActing TechniqueTHURS4:30pm-6:00pm1/31-4/42/14, 2/21Kim Douthit$214This is an acting for the camera class for beginners interested in exploring the world of TV and film acting. This is particularly good for students who have acted on stage, and want to make the transition to on camera. Students will have a chance to be on camera, watch their performance and the performances of the other students, and work with a variety of genres.W19SCM1Closed
6th-12thShakespeareActing TechniqueWED4:30pm-6:00pm2/6-4/32/20Vincent Orduna$204Speak the speech! We'll dive into Shakespeares stories and text, taking them from page to stage as we bring all the thrills, spills, moans, and groans to life. Each student will work on a monologue and a scene (which may include a fight!), and will leave the class using fancy vocab like iambic pentameter and scansion. Come discover why we've been enraptured by this guy for 400 years! This eight-session class ends in an informal presentation for friends and family.W19SSCall for more info

Spring 2019 After School

GradeClass NameClass typeDayTimeDatesNo ClassInstructorTuitionDescriptionCode 
1st-2ndBroadway Kids: Mary PoppinsMusical TheaterMON5:00pm-6:30pm4/22-6/175/27Corey Dunne$204A musical theater extravaganza! Students will sing songs and learn choreography from Mary Poppins. This class will focus on building a character, stage presence, and acting a song. We will end our class with a fabulous musical revue complete with songs and a scene!S19SBKRegister Now
3rd-5thActing 1Acting TechniqueMON5:00pm-6:30pm4/22-6/175/27TBD$204This beginning acting class will provide students with the tools they need for a strong foundation in acting. We'll learn the “rules” of the stage as well as how to develop characters, improvise, and work with other actors in scenes. In this small class you’ll get focused feedback as you work with your peers on acting exercises and scenes. On the last day of class we’ll share our work with families and friends.S19SA1Register Now
6th-12thMusical Theater Dance- IntermediateDance TechniqueMON6:30pm-8:00pm4/22-6/175/27Megan Connell$204This class will focus on intermediate dance technique that is fundamental for musical theatre. Students will take away tools to increase flexibility and improve core strength, fundamental jazz dance technique, and explore acting through specificity of movement, dancing with strength, and acting/selling a dance number. The last part of class will be spent learning a routine that will help blend good dance technique with the performance aspect of musical theatre dance.S19SIMTDRegister Now
1st-2ndTake the StagePlay CreationTUE4:30pm-6:00pm4/23-6/11TBD$204Students will take the stage gaining the skills and confidence along the way. This is a beginning acting class that uses theater games and exercises to instill a strong foundation in acting. Students will learn the “rules” of the stage, ways to develop characters, improvise, and work with other actors in scenes. In this small class you’ll get focused feedback as you work with your peers on acting exercises and scenes. On the last day of class we’ll share our work with families and friends.S19STSRegister Now
3rd-5thMusical Theater Dance- BeginningDance TechniqueTUE5:00pm-6:30pm4/23-6/11Megan Connell$204Approach dance through imagination, improvisation, and presentation. In this Musical Theater Dance class, students will focus on learning stage presence, dance technique, musicality, and the basic elements of dance to popular musical theater music, past and present. Beginning dance students will leave this class with a better understanding of movement and with more confidence performing.S19SBMTDRegister Now
4yrs-KSongbirds & Wiggle WormsCreative ExplorationTUE4:30pm-6:00pm4/23-6/11Brad Walker$204Students will get to explore creative drama and music making in this class! We will play games, sing songs, read stories, dance, and use our imaginations to go on dramatic adventures. On the final day of class we will share some of our dances, songs, and games with families in an informal presentation. S19SSBWWRegister Now
6th-12thMusical Theater Voice: Les MiserablesVoice TechniqueTUE6:30pm-8:00pm4/23-6/11David Spring$204Singing skills are essential to young performers interested in musical theater. Geared for students who want to study voice but are not ready to commit to private singing lessons, this small class is perfect for the aspiring performer. Students will study musical terms and singing techniques and explore their voices through group songs and solos from Les Miserables . At the end of the session students will confidently sing solo for families and show off what they’ve learned!S19SMTVRegister Now
3rd-5thBroadway Revue: Peter PanMusical TheaterWED5:00pm-6:30pm4/24-6/12Megan Connell$204A musical theater extravaganza! Students will sing songs and learn choreography from Peter Pan: the Musical. This class will focus on building a character, stage presence, and acting a song. We will end our class with a fabulous musical revue complete with songs and a scene!S19SBRRegister Now
4yrs-KDrama Bugs: Toys AliveCreative DramaWED3:30pm-5:00pm4/24-6/12Brad Walker$204Join the teddy bear's picnic because today the toys are out to play! Each week we'll encounter famous toys through drama, art, music and movement. We will read stories with characters like Buzz Lightyear, Corduroy the Bear, Pinocchio, Raggedy Ann, Winnie the Pooh and the Velveteen Rabbit.S19SDBRegister Now
6th-12thImprovActing TechniqueWED5:00pm-6:30pm4/24-6/12Yena Han$204Throw out the script! Learn the key elements of improvisational theater and create original characters, settings and plots. Stay in the moment while working collaboratively to say yes to suggestions from scene partners and audience members in a wide variety of improvisational games.S19SIRegister Now
1st-2ndStory Drama: Animal AdventuresStory DramaTHU4:30pm-6:00pm4/25-6/13Nathan Drackett$204Students will explore a different tale every week, as they create, becoming and re-invent the stories! "Elephant and Piggie," "Pete the Cat," and "Stellaluna" are just some of the stories we will use to lead us on amazing adventures. Students will be learning about characterization in addition to other basic theatre concepts.S19SSDRegister Now
6th-12thScene StudyActing TechniqueTHU6:30pm-8:00pm4/25-6/13Nathan Drackett$204This fun class gives students the opportunity to learn new skills and acting techniques. They will learn the “rules” of the stage as well as how to develop characters, improvise and work with other actors in scenes. In this small class you’ll get focused feedback as you work with your peers on acting exercises and scenes. On the last day of class we’ll share our work with families and friends.S19SSSRegister Now
6th-12thCommercials to MoviesActing TechniqueTHU5:00pm-6:30pm4/25-6/13Kim Douthit$214This is an acting for the camera class for beginners interested in exploring the world of TV and film acting. This is particularly good for students who have acted on stage, and want to make the transition to on camera. Students will have a chance to be on camera, watch their performance and the performances of the other students, and work with a variety of genres.S19SCMRegister Now
3rd-5thVocaleaseVoice TechniqueFRI4:30pm-6:00pm4/19-6/145/24David Spring$214Singing skills are essential to young performers interested in musical theater. Designed for students who want to study voice but are not ready to commit to private singing lessons, this small class is perfect for the aspiring performer. Students will study musical terms and singing techniques and explore their voices through group songs and solos from Broadway and movie musicals. At the end of the session students will confidently sing solo for families and show off what they’ve learned!S19SVRegister Now

Homeschool Classes

The Studio East Homeschool Drama program offers affordable, engaging theater classes for students ages 4-18. Our dedicated Instructors provide high-quality theater education, whether you are looking at drama as part of your curriculum or as a creative outlet. Arts Education benefits include building self-esteem and confidence, interpersonal skills, creativity, responsibility, and life-long friendships.

Winter 2019 Homeschool

AgeClass NameClass TypeDay Of ClassTimeDatesNo ClassInstructorClass CodeTuitionDescription 
4-6Drama BugsCreative DramaMON12:30PM-2:00PM1/8-3/261/15, 2/19Matt LangW18HDA$150Students will explore all aspects of creative drama in this class! We will play games, sing songs, read stories, dance, and use our imaginations to go on dramatic adventures. On the final day of class we will share some of our dances, songs, and games with families in an informal presentation.Call for more info
10-16ImprovisationActing TechniqueMON10:30AM-12:00PM1/8-3/261/15, 2/19Buddy ToddW18HI$150Improvisation teaches communication and leadership skills. Students will learn to think fast on their feet, work as an ensemble, create stories, and perform in front of others. They will learn to take risks and not be afraid of something flopping. Each week we’ll focus on a different aspect of improvisation to open up a whole new world of acting. A great way to build confidence onstage!Call for more info

Spring 2019 Homeschool Classes

AgeClass NameClass TypeDayTimeDatesNo ClassInstructorTuitionDescriptionCode 
4-6 yrsDrama BugsCreative DramaMON12:30-2:00pm4/15-6/105/27Emily Beckley120Come play, create and imagine. Go on thrilling adventures every week! Students use their imaginations to travel to a different world, meet different characters, find problems and create their own solutions. Through art, games and storytelling we will learn to work together and collaborate We'll learn the confidence needed to be in front of an audience and beginning theater skills. On the final day of class, we will go on one last adventure so our friends and families can experience our stories along with us.S19HDBRegister Now
7-13 yrsWacky One ActActing TechniqueMON12:30-2:00pm4/15-6/105/27Buddy Todd120Starting from scratch, we’ll use our imaginations to create wacky new characters and the story that combines them all! We’ll write our own script, practice speaking the important lines that tell the story, add props and costumes, and finally present our creation to friends and family!S19HWOARegister Now
9-16 yrsOne Act PlayTheater PerformanceMON12:30-2:00pm4/29-6/175/27Samuel Pettit105Perform a one act play complete with costumes and props! Students will develop a deeper understanding of stage fundamentals and character development through dynamic and fun exercises. We will work with a script, rehearse our play, and perform it for our friends and family!S19HOARegister Now
8-14 yrsBroadway StarsMusical Theater PerformanceFRI10:30-12:005/3-6/14TBD105A musical theater extravaganza! Students will sing songs and learn choreography from Broadway and movie musicals. This class will focus on building a character, stage presence, and acting a song. We will end our class with a fabulous musical revue complete with songs and a scene!S19HBSRegister Now
Workshops & Classes at Studio East

Workshop Classes

Workshops at Studio East are a great way to learn new skills in one day!

Audition Workshops

Studio East offers Audition Workshops throughout the school year to prepare young performers for show auditions. We offer three workshops that can be taken separately or together as a series. Get prepared to take the stage!

Timing is everything! Workshops that have not met their minimum enrollment will be cancelled. Enroll early!

AgeClass nameTypeDayDatesTimeInstructorTuitionclass descriptionCODE 
7 - 11 yrsAudition Monologue Workshop - preparing a monologueWorkshopSunday March 3, 20199:00am-12:00pmKaysy Ostrom$45This class is for the young actor who wants to audition for an upcoming show but doesn't know where to begin. Students will learn how to find an age-appropriate monologue, how to prepare, go through a mock audition and have the opportunity to ask questions. Students will leave with an audition packet full of important material - a great resource for this and future auditions. Parents, please stay for the first 30 minutes of class.W19W1Register Now
12 - 19 yrsAudition Monologue Workshop - preparing a monologueWorkshopSundayMarch 3, 20199:00am-12:00pmKim Douthit$45This class is for the young actor who wants to audition for an upcoming show but doesn't know where to begin. Students will learn how to find an age-appropriate monologue, how to prepare, go through a mock audition and have the opportunity to ask questions. Students will leave with an audition packet full of important material - a great resource for this and future auditions. Parents, please stay for the first 30 minutes of class.W19W3Register Now
7 - 11 yrsMusical Audition Workshop - preparing a songWorkshopSundayMarch 10, 20191:30pm-4:30pmDavid Spring$45How on earth do I find a good song for an audition? In this workshop, we'll focus on identifying elements and qualities of your voice that are best suited to particular songs. Students will learn how to choose an appropriate song for an audition, how to prepare, and have the opportunity to practice and ask questions. Students will leave with a lot of information, great ideas and two songs to work on! Parents, please stay for the first 10 minutes of class.W19W2Register Now
12 - 19 yrsMusical Audition Workshop - preparing a songWorkshopSundayMarch 10, 20191:30pm-4:30pmDamian Martin$45How on earth do I find a good song for an audition? In this workshop, we'll focus on identifying elements and qualities of your voice that are best suited to particular songs. Students will learn how to choose an appropriate song for an audition, how to prepare, and have the opportunity to practice and ask questions. Students will leave with a lot of information, great ideas and two songs to work on! Parents, please stay for the first 10 minutes of class.W19W4Register Now
7 - 19 yrsCallback Audition Workshop - preparing for the second round of auditionsWorkshopSundayMarch 17, 20191:30pm- 5:30pmKim Douthit & Damian Martin$55What can you do at the callback that will increase your chances of getting the part? Climb into the minds of the directors and learn just what is going on and how best to prepare. In addition to learning what a director is looking for, students will explore scene readings, singing, and a practice dance audition. Parents, please stay for the first 20 minutes of class.W19W5Register Now
7 - 11 yrsAudition Workshop Series - take all three and save!WorkshopSundaysMarch 12, 19009am-12pm/1:30-4:30pm/5:30pmVarious$125Get prepared for your upcoming audition! Learn how to prepare your monologue and your song, as well as how to approach callbacks through these great workshops. Take all three workshops and save!W19WS1Register Now
12 - 19 yrsAudition Workshop Series - take all three and save!WorkshopSundaysMarch 12, 19009am-12pm/1:30-4:30pm/5:30pmVarious$125Get prepared for your upcoming audition! Learn how to prepare your monologue and your song, as well as how to approach callbacks through these great workshops. Take all three workshops and save!W19WS2Register Now

What Parents Are Saying

“Our experience has been practically perfect – we are so happy our children have found our second home at Studio East!”

“Easy location, fantastic teachers, homeschool daytime classes at super affordable prices. LOVE!”

“The Instructor had high expectations of the students, creating a classroom where growth, both as an actor and as a human being, can and do occur.”

Information About Our Classes

+ Registration & Forms

Registration

We offer two options for you to register your students in any of our homeschool classes, after school classes, school break camps, or workshops. It’s important to note that our policies differ depending on the program.

Registration Option 1: Send us your completed form

1.) Download the appropriate registration form. Note: Browsers react to forms differently. We recommend you download the form to your device, fill in, save, and then transmit or print.

Form: Homeschool Classes/After School Classes/ Workshops/ Studio Day Registration

Form: School Break Camps Registration

2.) Complete registration form by typing in the gray fields

3.) Save completed form and send to Studio East from one of the below options:
– Email: info@studio-east.org
– Mail: 11730 118th Ave NE, Suite 100, Kirkland WA 98034
– Fax: 425.820.6622
– Dropoff: Mon.-Fri. 9:30-:30pm at the above address

If this is your first class / production with us of the 2018-2019 school year please fill out the Online Student Emergency Form

Registration Option 2: Call us with your information

Call our office Monday-Friday, 9:30am – 5:30pm, at 425.820.1800. Our registration staff will walk you through your options over the phone.

Emergency/Medical and Financial Aid Forms

2018/2019 School Year: Emergency Forms are now filled out online and valid from September 2018-June 2019. This form only needs to be filled out ONCE, when registering for your FIRST class/production of the school year, after that we will keep it on file until June 2019. If you are unable to use the online Emergency and Medical form please contact the office.

Online Student Emergency and Medical Form

Downloadable Financial Aid Form

Please note that browsers react to forms differently. We recommend you download the form to your device, fill in, save, and then transmit or print.

After completing your financial aid form, please save and email to info@studio-east.org or mail to 11730 118th Ave NE, Suite 100, Kirkland WA 98034

Important Information About Registering

View Policies

If you are sending your form via email, leave the credit card information blank and give us those details over the phone or in person.

A submitted form does not guarantee your registration. We will contact you within 3 business days by email or phone to confirm your registration.

Please feel free to call the office with any questions or concerns you might have about our programs and instructors.

We look forward to speaking with you!

+ Policies

Policies for After School, Homeschool, and Workshops

Payment Policy

1.) Full tuition is due at the time of registration.
2.) We will not process your payment until the class has met its minimum enrollment.
3.) Our registrar will advise you when class is a “go” (or cancelled) and we will then process payment or shred your payment information.

After School and Homeschool Class and Workshop Withdrawal and Refund Policy

If class cancelled by Studio East: Full refund.

Drop before 1st class: Full refund, less $25.

Drop after 1st class: You will be charged the value of one session of class plus $25. The balance will be refunded or may be held as a credit which expires one year from the start date of the class for which you registered.

Drop after 2nd class: No refund, but 50% of total class tuition will be held as a credit which expires one year from the start date of the class for which you registered.

Drop after 3rd class: No refund or credit.

If registered at the discounted price and you drop any workshops, you will then be charged the non-discount price for the workshops you do attend, plus a $25 registration fee, and the remainder will be refunded.

Payment Policy

1.) Full tuition is due at the time of registration.
2.) We will not process your payment until the class has met its minimum enrollment.
3.) Our registrar will advise you when class is a “go” (or cancelled) and we will then process payment or shred your payment information.

Break Camp Withdrawal and Refund Policy

If break camp is cancelled by Studio East: Full refund.

If you withdraw: A full refund, less $50 will be issued prior to 1 week before the start of camp.  No refund will be issued within seven days of the start of camp.

Summer Camps

Payment Policy: Full tuition is due at the time of registration.  We will not process your payment until we have confirmed that there is room in the camp for your student.  Our registrar will confirm enrollment by email.

Summer Camp Withdrawal, Refund, and Switching Policy

If program is cancelled by Studio East: Full refund.

Withdrawals up to 2 weeks before start of the program: Full refund, less $50.

Withdrawals within 2 weeks before start of the program: No refund or credit.

Switching between programs is allowed, based on availability. There is a switching fee of $25.00 per switch.

+ FAQs

Q: When does the Studio announce Quarterly Theater Classes?

The Fall Quarter class schedule will be posted on the website in August. Mini Winter and Winter Quarter class schedules are posted in October, and the Spring Quarter schedules are posted in March. You can get advance e-mail notification by contacting our Education Director. Our Summer Camp schedule will be posted in February.

Q: When can I start registering for Quarterly Classes?

Class Registration starts as soon as class schedules are posted on the website or made available in hard copy, which is at least 6 weeks before classes begin.

Q: How does the Studio choose classes?

Classes vary from Quarter to Quarter based on the availability of Instructors and perceived student interest. If you have an idea for a class that we aren’t offering, contact the Education Director – if you have at least six students and we have the space and the instructor, you can create your own class!

Q: What’s the difference between a Technique Class and a Performance Class?

Technique Classes are focused on the process of building skills. Students may approach a different topic or theme each class, testing and applying skills in different ways. Memorization will not be necessary, or will be minimal. The final day of class usually involves a showcase of activities for parents that highlight the skills students have learned. Performance Classes are focused on creating a performance piece. Lines and/or songs are memorized, movements are polished, and each class builds on the work done the previous week. The final day of class includes a performance of the finished play, dance, or musical revue, usually with costumes and props.

Q: How will I know which class is right for my child?

You know your child best! If there’s a particular theme or aspect of a class description that excites her, that’s the right class. If your child is particularly shy, then perhaps starting with a Technique class will give him a chance to build some self-confidence without the pressure of a performance at the end. If she is a major drama queen at home, then perhaps a Performance class is the right place to focus that energy. If he really enjoyed working with a particular Instructor, then perhaps engaging with that teacher again is a good idea. There is no “right” pathway through Studio East classes. Each class will give your student new skills and experiences. The Education Director is always happy to talk through the specifics of each class with you to help you make the right choice.

Q: What happens in Mini-Classes?

The same great drama education that happens in regular Quarterly classes, but in only five weeks!

Q: My child is just outside the posted range for a particular class, but I think she’d be an excellent addition to that group. What can I do?

Occasionally the Education Director can make exceptions to posted grade levels for classes, depending on the age range of the students enrolled in the class. Social maturity as well as skill level is an important factor to consider when making the best choice for your child. Posted ranges are set to ensure a positive experience for everyone involved, and the Instructor can work best with a small range of skill levels. Please talk with the Education Director if you have any questions.

Q: Can I observe a class before I enroll?

Each class will have a final presentation of some kind, and that is the best time to observe a class you might be interested in taking the following Quarter. Contact the Education Director for details and to make an appointment.

Q: Are make up classes available?

In order to maintain our individual class experiences with small class sizes and student to instructor ratios, we do not offer make up classes.

Q: What is your attendance policy?

We expect all students to be in class regularly, arriving and departing on time.  If you foresee a conflict with a class, please contact the Education Director to talk through options in order to ensure a successful experience for your student, as well as his/her classmates.

Q: Who are the Instructors?

You can find photos and biographies of our instructors by going to the page of the camp or class that you are interested in and clicking on the Instructor’s name link below the class description. All of our Instructors are passionate about working with young people and sharing their expertise in the performing arts. We run Washington State background checks annually on all of our Instructors, and of course check references before hiring. Most of our Instructors have been teaching for more than five years. Many have Master’s degrees and/or teaching certificates, and most are Teaching Artists – active performers as well as Instructors.

Q: When does the Homeschool Drama Program happen?

Our Homeschool Drama classes will run in two sessions from September – December and January – April, plus a Spring mini-session from April – June. We start registering for classes in April for the next year, so check out our class listings on our website!

Q: When does the Studio announce Auditions for its Mainstage shows?

For the first three productions of the season, audition information will be included in the Fall Brochure and posted on the Studio East website in August. Audition information for the last two shows of the season and our Summer Teen Musical will be included in our Winter Brochure and up on our website in December.

Q: How does the Studio choose its Mainstage shows?

Studio East chooses the season’s Mainstage shows based on the anticipated skills and interest of actively participating students and those likely to audition. Other factors include the availability of show titles (meaning the rights and royalties), diversity of material, focus on different age groups, and activities of similar organizations in the area.

Q: What is your Winter Weather policy?

If you do not feel safe driving, please stay home!  If you can, call or email to let us know so we don’t worry.  If we need to cancel activities at the Studio, we will make that decision no later than two hours prior to the start time of class or camp.  We will post the news on our website home page and also contact you via email.  If we have to cancel a class, we will do our best to schedule a make-up class.

Q: How can I get Studio East programs to come to my school?

Contact the Education Outreach Manager, Vincent Orduna, for information on in-school and after school classes and workshops. Studio East Instructors will provide Outreach classes and workshops tailored to your class! You can email Vincent or you can call him at (425) 820-1800 x106. Studio East’s After School ArtReach! program, a six-week musical production residency, currently provides performing arts experiences to 15 elementary and junior high schools each year.

Q: How can I bring my class to a Studio East or StoryBook Theater performance?

Bring your class to a Studio East Mainstage school matinee or a StoryBook Theater weekday performance by calling the Box Office Manager, Kate Young, at (425) 820-1800 x102. Check out our website for current performance schedules.

Q: What kinds of Financial Aid or Work Study opportunities are available for Studio East programs?

We understand that not all families can afford full tuition for our programs. Studio East has a Scholarship Fund which allows us to give partial scholarships to a limited number of deserving students. Financial Aid forms are available on our website, via email and fax and in person at our office. If your family will require financial assistance to participate in our classes, please submit your completed Financial Aid Form to the front office as soon as possible.

Students age 12 and older may be able to earn Tuition Credits for Studio East programs by assisting classes and camps. Skilled teen dancers with an inclination to choreograph may also earn Tuition Credits as Intern Choreographers with our elementary school ArtReach! program. Contact Vincent Orduna, Education Outreach Manager, for more information, at  (425) 820-1800 x106.

Limited Tuition Credit opportunities are also available to parents who can offer administrative and transportation assistance during Summer Camps. Contact Vincent Orduna, for more information at (425) 820-1800 x106.

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