Winter Classes 2021

January 11 – March 20 | 10 Weeks

Full Class Descriptions & Details

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All classes, except those indicated, will end with a performance for families to view!

Classes without a performance are still welcomed to be viewed on the last day.

Any class held in-person will require students to wear a mask.

How to Register:

  1. Pick your favorite, age appropriate class from the list on this page. Read carefully as some classes are virtual and some are in-person. Scroll down to see all!

  2. Download Zoom if your class is virtual. In-person classes will be at 2623 E Foothill Blvd #104, Pasadena, CA 91107.

  3. Download and fill out our registration & release forms. Click the button below. You can enter your information & sign directly onto the PDF form.

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  5. OR mail to: PO Box 70242, Pasadena, CA 91117

  6. PAY PLANS: Split the tuition into 3 installments, monthly. Just let us know when you sign up if you need a pay plan!

  7. TRIAL CLASSES: Wanna try a class first? Let us know! Just pay for the first class and attend, if you love it and want to continue then you just pay the balance on the class.

Private Lessons with Theatre 360 Staff | Virtual or In-Person

Special Winter Rates:
Ages 6 to 18
4 sessions, 30-minutes: $160
4 sessions, 45-minutes: $240

Please contact us to schedule: 626-577-5922 or

Just starting out or want to keep your skills sharp? Sign up for private lessons with our amazing team of teachers! We will work with you on what you need: singing, dance, acting; monologue help with prepping for your next audition and college coaching.  We can’t wait to work with you!

Class Schedule

Mondays | No class MLK Day, Jan. 18

Raise You Up | In-person; space limited |  No end performance
Ages 10 to 15, 3:45-5:00, $270
Raise you up! Theatre 360 has always been a safe space for any student to be themselves, find themselves and celebrate their uniqueness. This new program is for our students who are looking for a safe space to share your thoughts and feelings with a group of supportive peers, while also incorporating their love of theater.   Using acting techniques, journaling, theater games, and scene work students will learn to process and work through their feelings during this difficult and challenging time. A socially distanced class where students can connect with their peers to talk, act, and laugh about their lives. 
Teaching Artist: Devon Yates

Beginning/Beg. Intermediate Tap | Virtual Only
Ages 9 & up, 5:00-6:00, $250
Tap dancing is an exciting rhythmic dance form distinguished by percussive footwork that marks out precise rhythmic patterns on the floor. This long-time favorite style of dance has an esteemed Broadway reputation. In this tap class, students will learn and build on basic skills and fundamentals that increase rhythm, strength, and coordination. Starting with a warm-up and combinations, students will learn exciting and fun choreography to develop their performance abilities. Dance attire and tap shoes are required.

Teaching Artist: Kelsey O’Keeffe 

Teen Tap* | In-person; space limited | No end performance
Ages 11 & up, 5:15-6:15, $250
This class is designed to refine tap skills, while moving beyond the fundamentals of tap and also focus on faster and more intricate footwork. The dancer at this level will develop speed, clarity, dynamics, and the ability to execute complex rhythmic combinations. Tap shoes are required. Solid 2 year minimum of tap required.
Teaching Artist: Devon Yates *Requires instructor approval 

Adult Tap | In-person; space limited | No end performance
Ages 18 & up, 6:30-7:30, $250
Our Adult Tap dance class is for basic to beginning level adult dancers. Tap is a great way to connect with rhythm, coordination, and performance. In each class students will learn new repertoire and choreography while listening to great music, get a good work out, and have a terrific time!  Don’t miss this popular class favored by adults and T360 parents.

Teaching Artist: Devon Yates 


Play Date Series | Virtual Only

Class Options:

You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown: Ages 6 to 9, 3:00-4:30, $350

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee: Ages 9 to 12, 4:45-6:15, $350

Students will develop a condensed musical with blocking, choreography, and music.  Each class will work on acting, dance, and singing skills in a rehearsal like setting. Students will be asked to memorize lines, vocal parts and choreography while creating costume pieces and props at home. Class will culminate in a fully realized (virtual) performance for family and friends. Students are encouraged to work on their own off-screen to practice and rehearse in between classes.
Teaching Artist: Kelsey O’Keeffe 

Adv Beginner/Intermediate Level Ballet* | In-person or Virtual | No end performance
Ages 11 and up, 5:00-6:30, $350 
Students can choose whether they would like to take virtually or in a very limited on-site class.
Our ballet class at this level will teach and develop the musical theatre performer’s knowledge and confidence in ballet. An emphasis is placed on technique, movement control and body alignment, allowing the student to take this knowledge and apply it to any form of dance, and use as a performer. Essentials will be taught through barre exercise and combinations, allowing the student to utilize this movement control throughout their lives. Dance attire and ballet shoes are required.

Teaching Artist: Devon Yates *Requires instructor approval 


And Scene! | In-person; space limited
Ages 8 to 12, 3:30-5:00, $350
It’s never too early to learn to communicate as an actor!  We begin with ensemble building games, story structure exercises, and then scene work.  Learn how to work with scene partners while bringing characters come to life with vivid, compelling, personal choices. Assigned scenes will be given to encourage and stretch our young actors in good storytelling.  Each student will learn to focus and support other actors in a scene as well as how to give a unique and distinctive performance that will make them stand out!
Teaching Artist: Melissa Booey

Beginning Lyrical Dance | Virtual Only
Ages 9 & up, 4:00-5:00, $280
This special class is taught by award winning choreographer Victoria Brown who brings her own expertise in teaching lyrical dance to our students. Lyrical dance combines techniques and skills from ballet, jazz and modern drawing on strong emotional connection as well as physicality. Students will explore how lyrical dance emphasizes the interpretation of lyrics to tell a story through movement. Students taking this class will walk away with dance skills that are current on Broadway and can be seen in Tony Award Winning shows, such as “Waitress” and “Hamilton.” Lyrical dance is an exceptional skill that every dancer should have in order to shine at auditions. If you never tried lyrical dance before this is a great class to start with!

Teaching Artist: Victoria Brown

Stand Up* | In-person; space limited
Ages 13 & up, 5:15-6:45, $350
This is an acting class that draws from the real or imaginary characters in musicals and plays that had the courage to stand up for themselves, others, or for a cause. Students will dive deep into finding the truth behind each character’s reality while utilizing acting techniques, scene work and script analysis.  Discussions will be held regarding theatre and roles today and how they can better represent our society. This class incorporates material from plays and musicals and is a scene study and performance class.

Teaching Artist: Devon Yates *Requires teacher approval

Acting Fundamentals | Virtual Only
Ages 12 to 16, 5:15-6:45, $350
Are you new to acting? Interested in improving your acting technique? This class is a fun, and safe way to learn the necessities! Voice and speech, movement, improvisation, stage directions and terminology will be taught. Each student will walk away with a strong understanding of how to project their voice, create a character, and teamwork. Students will work together in scene study while developing their self-confidence and talents!

Teaching Artist: Erin Norlie


Intro to Musical Theatre | In-person; space limited
Ages 5 to 8, 3:00-4:00, $280
Do you love to sing and dance? This class will introduce you to all things musical theatre! Songs are staged with movement and choreography while learning vocal stylings, acting technique and great storytelling. Students will learn from the broad range of classic and contemporary Broadway shows furthering their education in knowledge and experience.
Teaching Artist: Kelsey O’Keeffe 

Play Date Series | In-person; space limited
Amelie: Ages 11 to 14, 4:15-5:45, $350
Students will develop a condensed musical with blocking, choreography, and music.  Each class will work on acting, dance, and singing skills in a rehearsal like setting. Students will be asked to memorize lines, vocal parts and choreography. Class will culminate in a fully realized performance for family and friends. Students are encouraged to work on their own to practice and rehearse in between classes.
Teaching Artist: Kelsey O’Keeffe 


Performer’s Playground | In-person; space limited
Ages 5 to 8, 3:00-4:00, $280
In this class, imagination is king. Our students will engage in creative thinking through movement, music, theater games, improvisation, and scenes! Students will not only learn the basics of projection, breath support, focus, and objective, but how to use their imagination to enact and reflect on their own experiences – real and imagined. While working on scene work students will also learn to improvise telling stories through pop music, puppetry and props. 
Teaching Artist: Melissa Booey

Improv/Sketch Comedy | In-person; space limited
Ages 8 to 12, 4:15-5:15, $280
Improv opens you up to the power of being in the moment as an actor! Sketch comedy is how SNL makes the magic happen! This class will be broken into 2 components: non-scripted improv and scripted sketch comedy. Each class will start with improv warm-ups, theatre games, and technique building tools for non-scripted fun! The students will then explore basic sketch comedy structures and foundations of creating strong comedic characters through original sketches and scenes. 

Teaching Artist: Melissa Booey


Parent & Me: Disney Kids | Virtual Only
Ages 3 to 5, 9:30-10:10, $140
Do you love all things Disney? We do too! Students enrolled in Disney Kids will get a chance to bring their favorite Disney characters to life through improvisation, story building, movement, and imagination. Each week students will focus on a beloved Disney story and develop their own version with story, movement, and song.

Teaching Artist: Melissa Booey  

R&P (Rehearsal & Performance) * | In-person; space limited
Ages 9 to 14, 10:00-12:30, $400
This new and exciting class will immerse our students in all things musical theater! Each week class will be broken into components focusing on technique and building skills through rehearsal work in dance, voice, and acting.  Students will work with Devon on finding appropriate and challenging monologues, songs, and taking musical theatre dance with an emphasis on ballet, and jazz weekly.  A rehearsal is a testing ground to try new thing and testing ideas. Throughout the 10 weeks, students will be encouraged to experiment with new choices, new skills, and new objectives. At the end of 10 weeks this amazing and intense program will culminate in a performance built specifically for them.
Teaching Artist: Devon Yates *Requires teacher approval

A&P (Audition & Performance) * | In-person; space limited 
Ages 14 and up, 1:00-3:00, $400
*NOTE: A&P will be 1:30-3:30 on January 9th due to a conflict with a Master Class
Students will get a chance to work with artistic director Devon Yates who has successfully coached students to get into the nation’s top theater programs – including Julliard, Carnegie Melon, University of Michigan, NYU, Yale and many more. Each week students will work individually on material for upcoming auditions while receiving feedback and fine tuning. Devon will help students find unique material that shows off each students own individual greatness. By the end of the session students will have polished existing material and added new pieces to their repertoire. Additionally, students will use this material to build a showcase to perform for family and friends. 

Teaching Artist: Devon Yates *Requires teacher approval