Musical Theatre

We provide a supportive, fun environment where young people can be creative, expressive and improve communication skills that enhance one’s life, as well as put on a rockin’ good show! This curriculum is focused on vocal enhancement, Broadway style choreography, and acting skills. It culminates with a musical at the end of each school year. Students may be part of the chorus or they may audition for roles that require additional rehearsal times. This year students will have the opportunity to perform in our production of the Lion King!

Production Fee Deposit: $78 charged November 1st.  Production Fee Balance: $78 charged March 1st
Musical Theatre Production fees are shared community fees used for theatre rental, hiring of professional lighting, sound engineers, and techs, rental of sound equipment, purchasing the rights to the musical, scenery, costuming, and props, etc. and includes 2 free tickets to the production.
Important Dates:
Advanced Students will perform in the Musical Theater Review show Dec. 17th, 2019 at the Boyd Vance Theatre (Downtown) inside the Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina Street, Austin, TX 78702.
All Students Perform in the Lion King Production.
Auditions for level II and up: December 15, 2019 at the central studio from 2-4pm. Reserve your time slot through the link we will be sending out early November. Spots are first come first serve.
Mandatory Dress Rehearsals and Shows at the Boyd Vance Theatre – April 18-19, 2020.




Morgan (Moe) Morizot, Musical Theatre Director and dance instructor, has been a performing actress and vocalist for 18 years who has performed in over 20 productions in professional and community theatre as well as working backstage in over 15 productions. She has studied dance for over 10 years. She started acting and singing at 5 years old and studied Music Education at Temple College and Musical Theatre at West Texas A&M University. Moe has studied in multiple areas of performance: Musical Theatre, Opera, Jazz Improvisation, Choral Studies, Dance, Technical Theatre, etc. She has also worked for The Walt Disney Company on the Disney College Program, so magical is just one way to describe Moe! She has been teaching children for 7 years with the mission to mold young minds into hard-working, goal driven, and ambitious young adults in the working theatre and dance community.

2018/2019 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

2017/2018 season show: Annie