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Company Classes

The Company Classes offer Home-Educated students ages above ten (10+) rigorous instruction and training in acting, singing, and dancing (the "Triple Threat"), with the end goal of increased skills, greater confidence, and improved time management.  Performance opportunities include a winter vocal recital and a spring performance.

The first semester of the program (the Fall) is devoted to individual students' development, which requires daily homework.

Second semester (the Spring), the focus shifts to the team aspect, as we prepare for our spring performances.  Daily home review is required.

Register to Audition!​

  • Date: Sat. May 13, 2023

  • Time: 4 - 6:30P

  • Location: Havilah Dance Company, 10058 E Independence Blvd, Matthews, NC 28105 (map)

Classes/rehearsals are held at Havilah Dance Company

Jr. Company (ages 10-14) meets Mondays, 10am - 1:45 pm
Sr. Company (ages 15+) meets Thursdays, 10am - 1:45 pm

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DON’T MISS this INCREDIBLE opportunity for your
Middle School-aged [homeschooled] guys!!! 


We are offering a TUITION-FREE scholarship (registration and costume fees are not included) to guys, ages 10 – 14 (or before their voice changes)!


Guys who audition must pass the audition on May 13th to qualify. 


Click here to register:


(If you register to audition, come to one of our performances (click here)

so you will understand the value of this opportunity!)

Our heart focus is for training and building skills. The performances will speak for themselves!


For our Junior Company classes, we use theater games and exercises to build acting skills.

With our Senior Company, we use the renowned Meisner Technique, which places a large emphasis on acting in the moment and reacting to your partner.


Both companies acquire singing skills through classical vocal literature and choral singing.
Additionally, each student sings in front of their class each week in a master class environment.


Students in both companies are exposed to classical dance styles including ballet, tap, and jazz to emphasize form, while simultaneously learning original choreography from iconic Broadway musicals.

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