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Drama Classes


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Drama Classes


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TERM 3 ENROLMENTS ARE NOW OPEN!

2019 THEATRE ARTS & DRAMA CLASSES

  • $195 PER TERM

  • All Classes take place @ St Dominics School Hall, 95 Beatrice St, Innaloo

  • Great fun after the rigors of the school day. Drama games, script work, improvisation. PYT works non-stop to raise the DYNAMIC of creative excellence in and around PERTH. We invest in artists and their development through a range of programs in many disciplines within the artform.                                                                                                                                      

  • WEDNESDAYS 5.00PM TO 6.30PM

  • Classes for Juniors, Intermediates & Seniors

  • or FRIDAYS 

  • 4.30pm to 6.00pm

    • Junior Classes Year 1 - Year 4

    • Intermediate Classes Year 5 - Year 6

  • 6.00pm to 7.30pm

    • Seniors Year 7 and UP

  • CLASSES ALWAYS START WEEK 2 OF TERM

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INTRODUCING: Drama Educator - CLAY DARIUS

Clay has been involved in the arts since moving to Perth in 2010 from New Zealand. With a background in acting on screen and on stage his other passion for singing blossomed at a very early age as well. Singing in the church choir and taking roles in school plays and amateur theatre. 2015 saw Clay team up with his wife Paula Parore on Channel 9’s The Voice as singing duo AViiDA where they were able to turn chairs and join team Delta.

Most recently Clay played leading roles in Platinum Entertainment’s “Jesus Christ superstar”and “We Will Rock You” and has been cast in the role of munkustrap in platinum’s latest offering of “CATS THE MUSICAL”.

Clay brings a very down to earth approach to teaching using skills that he has acquired through years of experience as a performer/singer.

Clay loves teaching singing, drama and performance all around Perth making sure that he shares his passion with his students in each and every class.

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Dance Classes


Dance Classes


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DANCE CLASSES

Dance Weds 4.15pm to 5.00pm

NO COMPS! NO CONCERTS! NO EXPENSIVE COSTUMES! You need to come along to this class if you absolutely love to dance. Here you will learn all the different styles of dance that will help you become a better performer. You will be nurtured to become the dancer you were always meant to be without the stress of competing, exam work or concerts. Better still this class will help you strut your stuff on the big stage in any of our 15 LIVE performances we have annually. Dance because you love it!

CLASSES ALWAYS START WEEK 2 OF TERM

Introducing Dance Teacher and Choreographer: Ella Tweedie

Ella began performing with Perth Youth Theatre in their theatre schools at the age of 10 and has since performed in many shows with them, as well as at school. She has taken dance classes at a dance studio since she was very young, in a range of different styles, including jazz, hip-hop, acrobatics, contemporary, ballet and tap. She continues to pursue this passion of hers at the studio, as well as in school productions, her school’s Dance Theatre Company, at school as an ATAR subject and now is a dancer and instructor at UWA’s Dance Crew. 

Through her work with PYT, Ella can combine her passion of choreographing with her love for working with kids. She loves trying new steps and fosters young talent by involving them in setting dances, trying new skills and having fun!

Hi team,
Thanks so much for a wonderful term. Emmy has enjoyed it so much. She counts the days till Dancing and wakes up on Wednesdays super excited because it’s dance today.
Can’t wait for next term.
— Jo

Trial classes: We do not offer these for various reasons:

New performers in an established group can change the dynamic of the class 

In our experience a lot can be gained from more than one class:

  • Relationships can grow between fellow class mates and educators

  • Resilience can be developed over a period of time

  • Team-work is fostered with the same group of people from week week

In the words of Maggie Dent - it's important to 'nurture a spark'. We encourage families to make a commitment for one term at a time.

This encourages resilience | work-ethic | passion | drive | grit | empathy | dedication | relationship

Thank you for your understanding:)