DANCE. MUSIC. THEATRE. the place to grow
1500 E. Kansas City Rd. Ste. 30, Olathe, KS 66061
DANCE. Creative Movement This class is an introduction to movement in a fun environment. Young dancers will learn basic coordination and motor skill development as they are guided through experimenting with different movement, exploring new ways to move, and improvising. Ages 3-4: Wednesdays from 5:45-6:15 pm
Ballet/Tap Combo Young dancers will learn to control their bodies in exercises designed to encourage body awareness, strength, and creativity. They will also begin to learn both ballet terminology and steps, and tap coordination and rhythm. Ages 5-7: Wednesdays from 6:15-7 pm
Ballet Level 1 – ages 7-11: Thursdays from 6:15-7:15 pm
Ballet is the basis for many styles of dance technique. Ballet 1 is the first level for students formal dance training. This class will teach students the basic steps and terminology of ballet focusing on technique and discipline. Level 2 – ages 9 and up: Thursdays from 5-6:15 pm
This class is designed for students who have graduated from level one and also for older beginners. Placement is based on instructor recommendation because it builds on what was learned in Ballet 1. This class will teach steps and terminology of ballet, in addition to developing coordination, self-confidence, and discipline. Level 3 – ages 12 and up: Tuesdays from 6-7:15 and Fridays from 4-5:15 pm
This class is designed for students who have graduated from level two. Placement is based on instructor recommendation because it builds on what was learned in the previous level. This class will teach steps and terminology of ballet, in addition to developing coordination, self-confidence, and artistry. Teen Adult Ballet 1/2 – ages 12 and up: Wednesdays from 7-8:15 pm This class is recommended for older beginners and second year dance students. It will focus on gaining flexibility and
learning the steps and terminology of ballet in addition to developing coordination, self-confidence, and artistry.
Jazz Learn jazz steps and technique with an emphasis on developing flexibility and strength. Jazz steps are the basis for much of the choreography in musical theatre and other forms of contemporary dance. Level 1 – ages 7-11: Thursdays from 4-5 pm Teen/Adult Jazz 1 – ages 12 and up: Thursdays from 7:15-8:15 Level 2 - ages 10 and up: Tuesdays from 7:15-8:30
Tap Beginning and continuing tap students will learn basic tap steps and combinations. Students will explore accents and musicality in this fun, rhythmic dance style. Level 1 – ages 7 and up: Tuesdays from 4-5 pm Level 2 – ages 10 and up: Tuesdays from 5-6 pm
Hip Hop Hip-hop is a high energy, aerobic form of dance that evolved from freestyle street dance. In this class, dancers will learn basic moves and choreography to music by Christian hip-hop artists and will be encouraged to discover and develop their own individual style. After warming up with isolations and stretches, the class will focus on rhythm, upper body strength, and funky footwork. Level 1 – ages 7-11: Mondays from 5-6 pm Level 2 – ages 10 and up: Mondays from 6-7 pm Teen/Adult Hip Hop 1 – ages 12 and up: Mondays from 7-8 pm
Performance Company Second year or higher students ages 10 and up are encouraged to audition for this group. Dancers will perform a fall show, a spring show, and have several other performances throughout the school year. Participation fee: $200/year Practices: Fridays from 5:15-6:45 pm Additional Costumes required ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Dance students often benefit from spending several years per class level to achieve mastery. All dance classes meet from September through May and will participate in a year‐end recital in June.
…young women will dance and be glad, young men and old as well. I will turn their mourning into gladness; I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow. – Jeremiah 31:13
Let the redeemed of the LORD tell their story… ‐ Psalm 107:2
Studies consistently show that receiving acting and theatre education from an early age helps students academically, especially in the areas of reading comprehension, narrative writing, reasoning, memorization, and social interaction. Theatre is not only fun, it’s practical! Greenleaf’s theatre program offers classes for students age 6 through adult in a welcoming, encouraging environment. We train students through a progressive curriculum of improvisation, speech and elocution training, movement exercises, scene and ensemble work, and acting theory. We also offer classes that focus on specific aspects of acting, such as improv or musical theatre. Our student plays and musicals each spring give young actors a chance to perform and serve the community through acting. Actors typically benefit from several years at each level in order to achieve skill mastery and confidence. Each year, new exercises and scenes are incorporated so that the classes are always fun, exciting, and challenging for young actors. All classes will participate in an acting showcase at the end of each semester. Theatre students will also have the opportunity to audition for Greenleaf productions.
ACTING: Stages Stage I – Storytellers (ages 6‐8) Tuesdays from 4-5 pm First semester: September 6-November 29/Second semester: February 7-May 1
Stage II – Storybuilders (ages 9‐12) Tuesdays from 5-6 pm First semester: September 6-November 29/Second semester: February 7-May 1
Stage III –Storymakers (ages 13 and up) Thursdays from 5-6 pm First semester: September 1-December 1/Second semester: February 2-April 26
MUSICAL THEATRE ‐ ages 9 ‐15
Acting, singing, and choreography come together in this exciting class! Students will work on vocal technique, ensemble acting, and basic dance steps as they put together showstopping numbers from various musicals. Tuesdays from 6-7 pm First semester: September 6-November 29/Second semester: February 7-May 1
IMPROV ‐ 13 to adult
Improvisational theatre is an incredible skill building and fun experience. You and your friends will be amazed at how you can begin to develop a sketch on the spot from just a few audience suggestions. This class focuses on teamwork and quick thinking! Not only does improv develop great acting ability, but also great relationship skills. What do blocking, wimping, raising the stakes and accepting mean? Learn these terms and how to create entertainment from scratch! Level 1: Mondays 4-5 pm Level 2/3 (by instructor invitation): Mondays 5-6 pm. First semester: September 12-December 5/Second semester: February 6-April 30
…My heart is steadfast; I will sing and make music. – Psalm 57:7
PIANO VOICE GUITAR VIOLIN VIOLA Greenleaf offers private, duet, and family group lessons for all levels, ages 4 to adult. Our instructors’ first priority is instilling students with a love for music and the tools to reach their goals. We also have three recitals each school year term, periodic music theory workshops, and master classes. Our term runs from mid‐August through June, but you may enroll anytime!
Even Monthly Payments for Individual Classes Students must pay for the term with postdated checks or preauthorized credit/debit card payments at the time of registration. There is a $20 registration fee per student or $30 per family. Recital fees for two spring recitals are included for instrumental students. There is an additional $35 accompanist fee for vocal students. This charge may be deducted only if a student opts out of all recitals from the beginning of the semester. All dance recital fees, including costume and two free tickets are included in tuition.
Private Lessons ½ hour (before 3:30 p.m.) $70/month Private Lessons ½ hour (3:30 p.m. or later) $78/month 45 min. or 1 hr. lessons are also available 30 minute Foundations Class (ages 4-7) $54/month 45 minute Duet or Family Group Lesson Price per student: $58/month
30 minute classes 45 minute classes 1 hour classes: 1 hour 15 minute Classes Ballet 3 (2x/week) Performance Company
THEATRE 1 hour classes $168/semester or $56/month
$42/month $54/month $58/month $70/month $120.00/month $200/year
(Private lessons available upon request or teacher recommendation)
FOR THE FAMILY Don’t leave anyone out! Enroll in up to five group classes [Theatre and Dance] for only $150/month! [September 2011-May 2012].
FOR THE ARTIST If you have a child passionate about the performing arts, this is an incredible value. Enroll in up to three group classes and one 30 minute private lesson for only $150/month. [September 2011-June 2012]
FOR THE FANATICS No limits! Unlimited group classes and music lessons for your immediate family - $600/month. Also includes passes to all Greenleaf coffeehouses and shows. [September 2011-June 2012].
À LA CARTE All classes are available individually, with convenient monthly payment plans [see previous page]. Additional classes and/or private lessons may be added to any of the above membership packages as well. *Incidental fees may apply to membership packages for spring productions and recital costumes
CALL 913.397.7071 FOR MORE DETAILS OR TO ENROLL! WWW.GREENLEAFSTUDIO.ORG