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TRIPLE THREAT MASTER CLASS.... for Abba Dabba's Musical Theatre Kids!

Due to Covid our new start date TBA

*Second and Fourth Saturday of each month. 

10:00 am -12:30 pm

*$50.00 per session.

^Master class is not a drop-in class. Students must make a serious commitment to attend or they may lose their slot.  All students must prove artistic maturity in order to attend. Age limits will be based on talent and artistic maturity. Please inquire.

*location and start date TBA 

Limited Seating!

Call, text or email to reserve your spot now!



Students gain intensive training in this on-going all-inclusive study for serious students of Musical Theatre. 


Master class begins with an in-depth study of the art of acting with honesty. Students study and practice delivery in both dramatic structure and comedic timing, body language, movement, characterization, improvisation, volume and diction, accent and tonal qualities, creative subtext analysis and explore various styles of dramatic interpretation.


After a brief break, students gather for an intensive session with Master Kimura. Using various vocal exercises with intense strategies, students progress in studies of vocal control through breathing, muscle control and proper posture for successful singing. The exercises help students gain higher levels of achievement in tone, pitch, overall quality, and confidence. Students are exposed to various elements of musical theatre including a better understanding of music vocabulary, sight-reading and creating and sustaining harmonies.


The triple threat student must obtain basic skills in a variety of dance forms including but not limited to jazz, ballet and tap. Each session ends with an intensive study that exposes the students to a variety of the demands of dance in musical theatre. Students learn basic terms and gain an understanding and ability to follow instructions. These skills help students to obtain success in auditions as well as a solid comfort level in any musical theatre dance rehearsal process. 


JAN. 11 AND 25/ FEB. 15 AND 29 (Florida State Thespians Feb. 8)/March 14 AND 28, April 11/ AND 25/May 9 AND 23

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