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Join us for regis
tration at our NEW
Theatre and
Dance Annex!

Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 3:00-7:00
520 Court Street, 530-650-8203


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Dance Registration Form




BALLET:Introduction to basic ballet positions of feet, arms, and head. Emphasis on body posture and rhythm.

(* New students okay)

Purple Group*                      Ages 3-4             Mon.3:00-3:45

Lavender Group*                 Ages 3-4            Thur. 3:00-3:45

Rose Group*                         Ages 5-6           Thur. 4:00-4:45

Fuchsia Group*                    Ages 6-7           Mon.4:00-4:45

Green Group*                       Ages 7-8           Tue.   4:00-4:55

Maroon Group*                     Ages 9+            Fri.    3:50-4:45

Magenta Group*                   Ages 10+           Fri.   4:50-5:45


BALLET:For the continuing student. Emphasis on technique, jumps, turns, and combinations.

Blue Group               Wed.5:00-5:55


BALLET:Classes will focus on improving strength, flexibility and control and on learning advanced combinations. Teacher permission required.

Teal Group                Mon. & Wed. 5:00-5:55

Yellow Group            Tue. & Thur. 6:00-6:55

Orange Group           Mon. & Wed. 6:00-6:55

Vermillion Group      Mon. & Weds. 4:00-5:00

Red Group A             Tue. & Thur. 4:15-5:30

Red Group B             Wed. 3:00 - 4:00 & Sat. 10:00 - 12:00

Pointe                        Tue. or Thur. 5:30-6:00                     



JAZZ 1:An  introduction to technique and combinations. This class will focus on strength, flexibility and beginning to intermediate combinations. (New students okay)

Ages 8+     Wed. 4:00-4:55


JAZZ 2:Emphasis on strength, technique and choreography. Teacher permission required. 

Mon. 4:00-4:55


JAZZ 3:Emphasis on strength, technique and challenging choreography. Teacher permission required.

Wed. 4:00-:55


For the beginning students. Emphasis on  tap technique and beginning combinations

Tiny Tappers         Ages 5-7                  Thur. 5:15-6:00

Tap I                        Ages 8+                  Wed. 5:00-5:55                       

TAP: For the returning students. Emphasis on  tap technique and combinations. Teacher permission required.

Tap II                       Ages 6+                  Mon. 5:00-5:55

Tap III                     Ages 11+                 Mon. 6:00-6:55



HIP HOP A high energy class focusing on rhythm, syncopation and stage presence.  

(* New students okay)

Ages 8-12*  Sat.  10:00-10:55

Ages 13+*   Sat.  11:00-11:55


HIP HOP/JAZZ  An introduction class focusing on rhythm, syncopation and stage presence.  

Ages 5-7     Thur. 4:30-5:15

Classes Per Week                   Monthly Tuition
One.............................................................. $55

Registration Fee:  $25 for new students

$15 for returning students

Drop in Rate...................................$15 per class



Workshop Registration Form

Children's Beginning Voice


Students will spend time on proper vocal technique, exercises, and focus on unison ensemble singing. No solos will be required. This class is open to beginning students and students who have previous singing experience.




October 26 - November 16

Ages 8-12

Instructor: Joshua Wheeler

Tuition: $40

Music Classes

Music To Grow On, Music Therapy Services is partnering with Woodland Opera House to provide some unique classes that are available to children of ALL abilities.   It is important for all children to be involved in their community and have opportunities to participate at their level. It is our goal to provide that opportunity through the following classes. As a Music Therapist, the teacher has the ability to adapt to the various needs of all students to allow him/her to fully participate and be successful.


Toddler Music Group (0-4 years old)

Toddlers and parents/care givers join together to make music using instruments, singing, movement, various manipulatives, and finger play songs to support social skills and pre-academics such as colors, numbers, shapes, letters.


Fridays, 10:00-11:00

Class dates: 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, and 11/18

Tuition: $60


Jam Group

A music and social group for children (~8-16 years old) with special needs. This group will offer a similar experience to the teen group such as active music making (percussion and pitched instruments), improvisation, lyric analysis, songwriting, and dancing. Participants will be encouraged to share their favorite music with the group with guidance from the therapist and to work together. At the same time they will be learning social cues, acceptance, of one another, and teamwork. NO PREVIOUS MUSICAL EXPERIENCE NECESSARY


Thursdays 5:30-6:30 pm

Class dates: 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, and 11/17

Tuition: $60

“Music Therapy is the clinical and evidenced-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.  Music therapy is a well-established allied health profession similar to occupational therapy and physical therapy.  It consists of using music therapeutically to address physical, psychological, cognitive, behavioral and/or social functioning.  Because music therapy is a powerful and non-threatening medium, unique outcomes are possible.  With children, music therapy provides a unique variety of music experiences in an intentional and developmentally appropriate manner to effect changes in a child’s behavior and facilitate development of his/her communication, social/emotional, sensory-motor, and/or cognitive skills.   Music therapy enhances the quality of life.  It involves relationships between a qualified therapist and child; between one child and another; between child and family; and between the music and the participants.  These relationships are structured and adapted through the elements of music to create a positive environment and set the occasion for successful growth.”  ---American Music Therapy Association

Teacher Bio: Majesca Wong is currently a Music Therapy Intern with Music To Grow On and will be joining the staff after she completes her internship in December.  She studied Music Therapy at California State University at Northridge.  Majesca has experience with working with a variety of special needs including Down syndrome, Intellectual Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Majesca has previously led Mommy and Me groups at Musictown Studios.


Musical Theatre Classes




Tues, 5:00-5:45

Session: March 14-June 4th* (No class 4/18) $110

Grades K-1st            

Thurs, 6:00-6:45

Session: March 16-June 4th* (No class 4/20) $110

Grades 2nd-4th         

Mon, 5:00-5:55

Session: March 14-June 4th* (No class 4/17) $110

Grades 2nd-4th     

 Sat, 9:00-9:55

Session: March 18-June 4th* (No class 4/15) $110

Grades  5th+              

Tues, 6:00-6:55

Session: March 14-June 4th* (No class 4/18) $110


*Spring session Musical theatre students will participate in the spring dance showcase.



Acting Classes



An interactive, experience cultivating trust, generosity, enthusiasm and synergy through play. Building better people and actors through the four Play Theory fundamentals…



letgo& play

sayyes and


look outward

January 10th-February 14th

Ages 12-17

Instructor: Caryn Stapp

Tuition: $90

Imagination Theatre

Experience the joy of  self-expression through the use of theatre games and short imaginative scenes. This class will develop the young actor’s confidence on stage.

Grades 2nd—4th


February 21-April 11th

Tuition: $90



Learn everything from stage directions to Improv...from theatre games to scene study... all while having a blast!

Grades 5th –9th grade                

Tuesdays: 5:00-5:55
February 21-April 11th

Tuition $90



Come and learn an hour of athletic urban dance choreography! U-jam draws from hip-hop, jazz, reggae, dancehall, bollywood, and K-pop

music and moves.


Ages: 9-13

Oct 6-Nov 17



Tuition: $70

Rising Stars Workshop

Disney's Cinderella, Kids

February 4, 2017

Auditions: November 13

See  audition page for more information





Yoga incorporates a variety of physical poses, breathing techniques and mental discipline. In this class we will focus on allowing breath to fuel our motions which will lead to deep relaxation and even deeper stretches. Yoga is a great supplement to any dancer or actor's regimin as it will allow you to be more in tune with your body and aware of its needs. Must be 14 or older to participate.




Session: October 15- November 19

Session Cost: $60

Package Deal: $100 for both Yoga & Pilates Sessions

Instructor: Johanna Covell



People of all fitness levels can benefit from Pilates as it is an awesome low impact workout that will improve strength, flexibility, balance and posture. Designed with the core in mind, Pilates can help with lower back problems, alignment and increase your range of motion so it is great for dancers! Must be 14 or older to participate.


7:00-8:00 pm

Session: October 13- November 17

Session Cost: $60

Package Deal: $100 for both Yoga & Pilates Sessions

Instructor: Johanna Covell

Johanna Covell's love of Pilates and Yoga started while studying theater arts at the University of the Pacific. As an actor she knew it was important to take care of her body and mind. Yoga provided a much needed mental release from the high demands of studying and Pilates kept her body strong, flexible, and balanced. After taking every class offered at school she was inspired to get certified and help others practice so she started teaching at local gyms 6 years ago. Today she teaches Yoga and Pilates at Fitness System Land Park and is excited to offer classes for a limited time at the Woodland Opera House.



This is the class to attend if you have completed a previous Introduction to Ballet class or have some previous training. Students will delve more deeply into the basics of ballet. Level 2 for beginning adult dancers will continue to expand on ballet vocabulary, exercises at the barre and add new challenging steps and combinations across the floor.

Attire: Ballet slippers and appropriate athletic apparel or leotard

Wednesdays   September 14- November 16     6:00-6:55     Tuition: $100