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the company • age 13 - 18

Acting Classes North Vancouver

Explore the comprehensive core musical theatre program specifically tailored to teens with some previous experience.

This program is designed to give students the skills and confidence they need to take their performing to the next level – whether that be post secondary education, auditions for professional shows, or simply for personal development.
Students practice harmony singing, do detailed scene studies and participate in various performances each year.
The company allows teens to socialize with others who share similar goals and interests when it comes to singing, dancing and acting.
In this program, students meet for a three-hour session once a week.

For children and teens age 13 – 18

3 hour classes

$470 +GST per term (10 weeks)

Enrolling a sibling? Lights Up are pleased to offer a 50% discount for 2nd and subsequent siblings enrolled together in our ‘The Company’ or ‘Spotlight’ programs.

We offer an ongoing wait list* for any full classes, of your preferred class is showing full below, please contact us to join the wait list by applying or use the ‘contact us’ tab. Wait list places are offered in order received as places open.

*An application and  deposit are required to join our Wait lists. Your deposit holds your place on the list and is credited towards fees when a place opens for you. Deposits are fully refundable should you decide to leave the wait list.

NOTE! The final scheduled date will be our show day. Day & times may vary from regular class time!

*Times in BLUE indicate space is available in that class, click to register*

SPRING 2020 CLASS SCHEDULE - (please click on preferred class time to enroll)
Vancouver Eastside (Commercial Dr) winter Apr 4 - May 31
Vancouver Westside winter Apr 4 - May 31
Saturdays 11:00am-2:00pm *CLASS FULL - SIGNUP CLOSED*Sorry this class is full. Please select a different class or time, or contact us to be placed on the wait list.
Acting Classes For Kids
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