Education | Broadway Bound & More
“The staff presented a
positive, professional introduction to the performing arts for my
child, while also creating a fun-filled atmosphere.”— Cathy
Tuesdays (5-7p.m.) September 17th – November 19th
Melanie Bradley, Christa Pardocchi , and Kevin Smith, Instructors
Tuition - $200
Our hallmark Arts Institute program, Broadway Bound, enriches the lives
of students through the performing arts. Led by industry
professionals, students rotate through classes in acting, dance, and
voice, as well as group rehearsals. The classes culminate in an
end-of-semester performance on November 19th.
Read more about the program
See a video about the Broadway Bound Program (Courtesy
of Delaware Division of the Arts) »
- CHILDREN'S ACTING TECHNIQUE
Thursdays (5-6p.m.) September 19th – November
Kevin Smith, Instructor
This class is designed for students who wish to
focus more specifically on dramatic studies. Students are guided
through technique in improvisation, physicality, voice, and working as
an ensemble. Children’s Acting may be used as a companion class for
those enrolled in Broadway Bound. The semester culminates in a
final group performance on November 19th.
Wednesdays (4:30-6p.m.) September 18th – November 20th
Christa Pardocchi, Instructor
Designed for students who wish to focus on dance technique in the world
of musical theatre. Students learn jazz, ballet, and tap, Gotta
Dance! may be combined with Broadway Bound. The semester
culminates in a demonstration of all areas for friends and family
during the final class.
Scholarships Available. Download
Application Form at right.
BB Gallery pictures »
Watch a BB
performance video »
approach to training. Students, grouped by age and ability level
in grades 1-8, rotate through 30-minute classes in Voice, Dance and
Acting, within a 2-hour class meeting one day per week.
posture, proper breathing, matching pitch and healthy
learn proper alignment, body awareness, spatial attentiveness and
fundamental principles of the craft – imagination,
concentration, physicality and communication – through guided
students for public performances, developing a repertoire of
solo, small group and whole group musical numbers from the Broadway
using the performing arts to enhance
self-awareness and creativity, culminate in an end-of-semester
performance. Participating students may be invited to perform withBROADWAY
BOUND ON TOUR as part of the Clear Space Outreach program. The
Broadway Bound program has been operating at capacity since its
inception, therefore, early registration is suggested.
light-weight and in which they can move easily. Jeans and tight
tops are discouraged.
purchased for $19.99 at www.dancedistributors.com. Click on
SHOES, then JAZZ and on page 2 you will find the SPLIT SOLE JAZZ SHOE
made by Dance Distributors.
pony tail or braid. No hats are permitted.
contains their music for the semester. The folder must be brought
to class every week.
weather, please call 302.227.2270 for updates.
for holidays and conflicting events at Clear Space. Please refer to
your registration acceptance letter for class meeting dates.
are offered to students in need (please see Scholarship Application
link at right).
Before First Class-75% (Unless class is at capacity); After First
Class-50%; After Second Class-No Refund.
Standards of Arts in Education and the Delaware State Arts Curriculum.
This program is made
possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency
dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in
partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Office and participation in all
activities, programs and benefits of Clear Space Theatre Company, Inc.
shall be open without regard to age, race, creed, color, sex, sexual
orientation, or national origin.
Clear Space Theatre Company, Inc. is a
501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All contributions are fully
tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax Identification number
Clear Space Theatre
Company partners with Art-Reach to “Share the Experience” providing free
or discounted tickets or admissions to Art-Reach member agencies that
serve people with disabilities or economic disadvantages.