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Academy Musical

This year we will be staging Pirates! The Musical, an adventure-packed musical set on the high seas - arrrrr matey! 
This program is intended for students ages 8-12, no previous vocal ex
perience necessary. 
There is a part for everyone!

Vocal Director: Keisha Mowchenko
Stage Manager: Erica McFadden
Additional Support: Jacqueline Fetter

Students will be guided through the process of staging a musical, including learning an overview of the production, auditioning, working and rehearsing with their peers, proper vocal and musical theatre technique, helping to envision costuming, set, and props, and meeting with guest instructors to finesse their acting and choreography. At the end, we will stage our production during Easter break week for friends, family, and the public to enjoy!

Students who are interested in helping with set design and costumes will also have the opportunity to contribute, but will not be required to. 



  • Programming starts with a full-day retreat on Sunday, November 19th, 10:00am - 3:00pm. Students will learn an overview of the production, get to know their peers, and immerse themselves in the world of musical theatre! All students will receive a part, possibly even two!

  • November 25th  - January 27th: weekly practices Saturdays 5:00pm - 6:00pm 

  • February: weekly practices Saturdays 5:00pm - 6:30pm 

  • March: weekly practices Saturdays 5:00pm - 7:00pm 

  • April: dress rehearsal April 1st, performances on April 2nd and 3rd 

Cost: $88 per month (this includes the day-long retreat, all rehearsals (1, 1.5, and 2 hours), dress rehearsals, and all performances.

Bring: a water bottle; wear comfy clothes and be prepared to move around. For the February/March session, please bring a substantial snack too!

Location: Saskatoon Academy of Music, 629 1st Ave North

*To register, please see the front desk or email us. Final date for registration: Friday, November 10th*

Photos from our 2022-2023 musical, "The Granny Awards" - photo credit to Ken Greenhorn Photography

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