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Junior Academy for the Performing Arts

Growing beyond the stage...

Curtain down. Lights up. The cast lets out a joyous scream. WE DID IT! But it’s not over. There are no goodbyes in musical theatre. The victories, the experiences, the friendships remain.

About the Junior Academy for the Performing Arts 

The Junior Academy of the Performing Arts (JAPA) introduces musical theater to students who have a talent and curiosity for the performing arts and strengthens the knowledge and skill level of students already interested in pursuing theatre as a profession. 

Through the disciplines of singing, acting and dance, the students will grow in their confidence, team-building, problem-solving, as well as artistic knowledge and skills.

In an intimate setting, they will discover the very best of themselves and be encouraged to share their stories in their own unique way.

Instructors

Our instructors and guest artists are seasoned professionals in their field—respected actors, singers, and dancers of the performing arts. This program will foster a greater understanding of the necessity of the arts and creative expression in forming healthy, happy and productive adults.

Program Sessions

Payment plans are available for all sessions. Registration for the Summer Intensives begins on May 15 and is available via SMARTlink. For more information about the sessions offered below, visit this page

Summer Intensive I

20 classes: June 19-July 15, 2017. Performances: July 14, July 15

SMARTlink #: 1677042

Classes: Monday-Friday, 9 am-4 pm

Tuition: Resident - $800; Non-resident - $1040

Summer Intensive II

20 Classes: July 17-August 12, 2017. Performances: August 11, August 12

SMARTlink #: 1677043

Classes: Monday-Friday, 9 am-4 pm

Tuition: Resident - $800; Non-resident - $1040

FAQs

Learn about our Frequently Asked Questions.  

Questions?

Please contact our Program Director, Monique Midgette at 301-446-3232 or monique.midgette@pgparks.com.