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Thanks for choosing T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors (T3)! We are dedicated to our students training and development. T3’s San Diego kids and teens youth broadway training and performance program consist of a variety of voice, dance and acting instructional classes which are designed for kids and teens ages 7-18.

We focus on technique, training, and performance. In a conservatory setting, students are taught the fundamentals before progressing on. Whether a casual enthusiast or aspiring professional, performers of all skill levels are welcome.

Each session is approximately 12 weeks and culminates in a student showcase or musical production. Enrolling now for our 2018 winter, spring, summer and fall sessions.

*All classes held at the North Park Recreation Center, located at 4044 Idaho St. San Diego, CA

Program Description

 

Students may take one class or enjoy them all. To get the most out of our program and become a well-rounded performer we strongly suggested our students take voice, dance and acting.

DANCE: Our focus will be on musical theatre, which encompasses ballet, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary styles. through daily warm-ups, exercises and a series of dance combinations, T3 students learn proper technique, discipline, strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination.

VOICE: Lessons are designed to connect students with their natural voices, help them articulate, strengthen and sustain their voices whether they’re in the classroom or on stage. Students receive support as they work to perfect breath support and ear training. Singers learn how to read music and study theory.

ACTING: This summer students will focus on the dramatic process for stage acting. Through a series of icebreakers, improvisation and theatre games we encourage; creative and critical thinking, clean and effective communication and working collaboratively while embracing ones own personal voice. Actors emerge from the program with more confidence in their capability to learn and a stronger understanding of how to communicate successfully.

 

Tuition

 

As a smaller program with BIG ambition, our number one priority is to make quality arts education and mentoring programs more accessible, both financially and socially to young people; especially those that would otherwise go without. Our belief is that no child should ever have to forgo an educational opportunity because of finances.

Our program cost/ tuition (which is set below market value) makes performing arts instructional classes accessible for kids and teens from all socioeconomic backgrounds. Families in a position to cover their tuition are asked to do so. Others are may audition for our scholarship program, which may cover up to half of the tuition. Sign up with a buddy or sibling to receive 10% off tuition

All classes are an hour. Our private and master classes are priced as affordable as possible. See specific program for the cost associated.

Others are may audition for our scholarship program, which covers between 25% & 50% of tuition. Scholarships vary as they are based on household income.

Contact Morie if you have any questions.  

 

Packages

 

Each session, students may take one class or participate in a triple threat experience, which consists of all three disciplines that students can sign up for.

A) SINGLE CLASS Single Class: Voice, Dance, or Acting $13 Per Class.

B) BASIC
Monthly Voice: $48
Monthly Dance: $48
Monthly Acting: $48
*months with 5 classes will be $60

C) STANDARD Casual Enthusiast: A package designed for the casual enthusiast.
36 Voice, Dance, and Acting Classes $10 Per Class. (one day a week)
36 classes @ $10= $360.00 or three payments of $120

D) PREMIUM Aspiring Professional: A package designed for those interested in the performing arts for employment.
72 Voice, Dance, and Acting Classes $9 Per Class. (two days a week)
72 classes @ $9= $648.00 or three payments of $216

 

Schedule

 

Winter Session: January 6 through March 31

 

Enrolling now, students will be accepted until January 27th.

 

Kids Program: Ages 7-12
Saturdays: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Teens Program: Ages 13-18
Saturdays: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Showcase Dates: March: 30th, 31st, at 7:00pm

$360 12 week session. Apply for a scholarship which covers between 25% & 50% of tuition. Scholarships vary as they are based on household income.
Register Online

 

Spring Session: April 7 through June 16

 

Enroll now, students will be accepted until April 21st.

 

Kids Program: Ages 7-12
Saturdays: 11:00am – 4:00pm
Teens Program: Ages 13-18
Saturdays: 11:00am – 4:00pm
Showcase Dates: June 15th, 16th at 7:00pm

$360 12 week session. Apply for a scholarship which covers between 25% & 50% of tuition. Scholarships vary as they are based on household income.
Register Online

 

Summer Camp: June 16 through August 26

 

Enroll now, students will be accepted until July 5th.

 

Presented by:

T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors
Director: Morie Williams, Nakiya Olds Edwards, and Nicholas Hessling
Choreography: Morie Williams & Nakia Olds-Edwards
Arts Educators: Amy Steinberg, Brissa Gamino, Solene Trahand

AGE REQUIREMENTS:
Kids Cast  (Kcast) ages 7-12  Teen Cast (Tcast) ages 13-18

AUDITION DATES:
Friday,       June 15 2:00pm – 4:00pm – Kcast ages 7-12
Friday,       June 15  5:00pm – 7:00pm –  Tcast ages 13-18
Saturday,  June 16,  10:00am –1:00pm – Kcast ages 7-12
Saturday,  June 16,    2:00pm – 4:00pm – Tcast ages 13-18
Sunday,     June 17,   11:00am – 1:00pm – Kcast ages 7-12
Sunday,     June 17,   2:00pm – 4:00pm – Tcast ages 13-18

REHEARSAL DAYS:

Thursday & Friday 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 11:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday  12:00pm – 4:00pm  

CALLBACKS:
Sunday, June, 17: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Kids cast ages 7-12
Sunday, June, 17: 2:00pm – 4:00pm Teens cast ages 13-18

PRODUCTION INFO: T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors (T3) proudly presents Dick Tracy JR! T3 is a pre-professional training and performance program. Our 2018 summer production starts with auditions on June 15. Rehearsals start on or around June 18 and run through August 17.  Performance dates are August 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 & 26.

We are now inviting kids and teens from of all cultural backgrounds to become part of our Dick Tracy JR family. Whether a casual enthusiast or aspiring professional all are welcome and encouraged to attend. A good attitude and willingness to learn is just as important as experience. Everyone gets a part!

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS: Headshots and resumes are encouraged. All performers should be prepared to learn a short dance combination in the style of the show. Performers auditioning for leads will be asked to sing. Please prepare one up-tempo and one ballot. Song selection should be no longer than one minute and best show performers vocal abilities. Your instrumental or karaoke tracks should be on a phone, iPod or CD.

ROLLS: Dick Tracy, Breathless Mahoney, Tess Trueheart, Flat Top, Big Boy, Mumbels, Crewy Lou, Police Officers, High Society couple, King and Queen of Malonia, Reporters, Tour Guide, Tour Kids, The Paparazzi & News Paper person.

STORY: The story is a simple crime caper. King Leopold III of Balonia and his overbearing, impatient wife are owners of the world’s largest gem, the fabulous Balonian Diamond. Big Boy had planned to steal the diamond for Breathless Mahoney, but after the heist, no one is quite sure who has the diamond. Dick Tracy is on the case, and after a chase sequence that makes the most out of every part of the stage and scenery, he is able to pinpoint the real criminal masterminds and return the diamond to the Balonian royalty!

Dick Tracy Character Break Down:

Dick Tracy:  Know as the hero in the America comic strip Dick Tracy. Tracy is a tough and intelligent detective who uses advanced gadgetry, and wits in his relentless pursuit of criminals. When he’s not fighting crime he’s trying to impress Tess Trueheart.  A charming leading man, needs strong acting abilities – does not sing or dance.

Tess Trueheart:  Dick Tracy’s sweetheart, she’s witty, sophisticated and helps Tracy put dangerous  criminals behind bars. Sings, dances and acts.

Breathless Mahoney: This bad girl uses her charm to entice her victims to do her dirty work. Sings, dances and acts.

Flat Top:  Always on the run from Dick Tracy. Sings, dances, and acts

Big Boy: The brains of the operation, always trying to get away with something.

Mumbels: Part of the bad boy crew, however, no one can understand what he says because he’s always mumbling.

Crewy Lou: Don’t let her innocent looks fool you. Trouble is her middle name!

Queen of Malonia: Loud, proud and not afraid to voice her opinion.

King of Malonia: Soft-spoken, and know that the Queen, is the real boss.

Ensemble: Police Officers, High Society couple, Reporter, Tour Guide, Kids (on tour), The Paparazzi, News Paperboy/girl

LOCATION: North Park Recreation Center 4044 Idaho Street.

CONTACT: (619) SUN-ARTS (619) 786-2787 or www.T3ARTS.COM

COST: T3 Triple Threat Youth Mentors is a donation-based program. The suggested donation to participate is $360 per performer, which should be paid for at the time of auditioning or three monthly payments of $120. Arrangements can be made.

SCHOLARSHIP: 

Apply for a scholarship which covers between 25% & 50% of tuition. Scholarships vary as they are based on household income.

SIGN UP: Auditions are by appointment only. No walk-ins.
Register Online

 

Performance Schedule:
August 17th,18th, & 19th / 24th, 25th, & 26th 7:00 pm

Location:

The North Park Recreation Center 4044 Idaho Street, San Diego CA. 92104

Fall Session: September 16 through December 16

 

Enroll now, students will be accepted until September 30th.

 

Kids Program: Ages 7-12
Saturdays: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Teens Program: Ages 13-18
Saturdays: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Showcase Dates: December 14th,15th,16th at 7:00pm
$360 12 week session. Apply for a scholarship which covers between 25% & 50% of tuition. Scholarships vary as they are based on household income.

Register Online