We have an exciting array of theatre and dance classes!

We offer several sessions of six-week classes for ages 4-12. Some classes repeat throughout the year, so if you can’t make a certain session you will be able to sign up for the next one!  Check back throughout the year for exciting updates.  Returning students are always encouraged to register, as no two sessions are ever the same! Please email our PAPA Classes Manager, Katie, at katie@seacoastrep.org for more info on any of our classes.

Drop In!

Drop-in fee: $25

If you are interested in joining a class already in progress or are unable to commit to a full session, drop-in to a class! Drop-in students are welcome in every class with advance notice. Please email katie@seacoastrep.org if you plan to attend a single class.


Fall Session II

(November 7th – December 19th)

Registration open soon!


The Acting Bug: Superhero Smash!

Rep North | Saturdays, 9:00am-10:00am | Ages 7-12 | $140| November 10 – December 15
The Acting Bug: Superhero Smash! explores the hero story trope in the theatre, and influences each activity in this six week course. Students will learn how to develop a fictional character and discover how that character fits into a larger story. In the first two weeks of this six week course, students will learn theatre basics such as stage presence, projection, and stage directions. By week three, students will begin to develop their own superhero character, and will create a costume design and a prop design. In the last two weeks of class, students will create their props and costumes, and will share their creations in a showcase in the final week of class.

Winter Session I

(January 12th – February 20th)

Registration open soon!


The Acting Bug: Musical Theatre Bop!

Rep North | Saturdays, 9:00am-10:00am | Ages 7-12 | $140| January 12 – February 16
The Acting Bug: Superhero Smash! explores the hero story trope in the theatre, and influences each activity in this six week course. Students will learn how to develop a fictional character and discover how that character fits into a larger story. In the first two weeks of this six week course, students will learn theatre basics such as stage presence, projection, and stage directions. By week three, students will begin to develop their own superhero character, and will create a costume design and a prop design. In the last two weeks of class, students will create their props and costumes, and will share their creations in a showcase in the final week of class.


Winter Session II

(March 2nd – April 10th)

Registration open soon!



The Acting Bug: Superhero Smash!

Rep North | Saturdays, 9:00am-10:00am | Ages 7-12 | $140| March 2 – April 6
The Acting Bug: Superhero Smash! explores the hero story trope in the theatre, and influences each activity in this six week course. Students will learn how to develop a fictional character and discover how that character fits into a larger story. In the first two weeks of this six week course, students will learn theatre basics such as stage presence, projection, and stage directions. By week three, students will begin to develop their own superhero character, and will create a costume design and a prop design. In the last two weeks of class, students will create their props and costumes, and will share their creations in a showcase in the final week of class.


Spring Session

(April 20th – May 29th)

Registration open soon!



The Acting Bug: Musical Theatre Bop!

Rep North | Saturdays, 9:00am-10:00am | Ages 7-12 | $140| April 20 – May 25
The Acting Bug: Superhero Smash! explores the hero story trope in the theatre, and influences each activity in this six week course. Students will learn how to develop a fictional character and discover how that character fits into a larger story. In the first two weeks of this six week course, students will learn theatre basics such as stage presence, projection, and stage directions. By week three, students will begin to develop their own superhero character, and will create a costume design and a prop design. In the last two weeks of class, students will create their props and costumes, and will share their creations in a showcase in the final week of class.