A Message from Laura Drake, Stage Struck Founder & Director

Hello Stage Struck Families,

We invite you to participate in our live, interactive online classes beginning in October. We’re offering a range of classes this fall, from voice lessons to hip-hop classes to musical theatre. We’ve combined key elements of musical theatre and film to bring you “Musical Movies,” a new theatrical experience in four of our classes. We are teaching in a way that is both engaging and exciting for all our students. 

We hope to see you on the virtual stage! 

Laura and the Stage Struck team


What is a “Musical Movie?”

We’ve combined key elements of musical theatre and film to bring you “Musical Movies.” Here’s our process: Once actors have learned the choreography, songs, and scenes, using industry film terminology such as “rolling, action, cut,” we record the show scene by scene and edit it into a movie with special effects! For our final performance, family and friends gather at home to watch the premiere of our film, after which actors get to take a final bow in real-time. All families receive the link to the film to download after the premiere.

Hamilton and Hamilton (Advanced) are both “Musical Movie” classes. 




Fall 2020 Classes! 

Musical Movie
Oct. 13 to Dec. 17 Tuesdays & Thursdays
Ages: 8-11
Location: Virtual
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Musical Movie
Oct. 10 to Dec. 12 Saturdays
Ages: 12 & Up
Location: Virtual
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Oct. 14 to Dec. 18 Wednesdays 
Ages: 7-10
Location: Virtual
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Oct. 14 to Dec. 16 Wednesdays
Ages: 9 & Up
Location: Virtual
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Oct. 6 to Dec. 15 Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays
Ages: 8 & Up
Location: Virtual 30-minute lessons
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Black Lives Matter

Stage Struck stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Our staff members have been and will continue to be active participants and allies in the fight for justice and equality. As a company, we believe in uplifting the voices of the Black community through the arts. We believe education and the sharing of black culture is key to fighting racial injustice.