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What Parents Say

“Cara had so much fun today! Totally focused and involved for 90 minutes!"


parent of 12-year-old

“Queen has my daughter engaged. I love that this isn’t all about dance. She gets them involved with talking, singing and brainstorming"


parent of 5-year-old

“Queen is excellent with children and always keeps it creative and super fun. We highly recommend!”


parent of 9-year-old

“Michaela has come out of her shell and is able to express herself. She has gained confidence in reading and performing in front of a crowd.”


parent of 10 year old

Benefits of Musical Theatre



Queen’s Academy focuses on improving your child’s confidence and self-esteem. Our program supports children to express themselves and build confidence through fun and games in peer and parent performances.



Musical theatre advances children’s social interactions and communication skills. Students learn to process and respond. We practice attentiveness, listening, and memorization, which fosters support and teamwork. Queen’s Academy cultivates observational and interpretation skills which are essential abilities in order to communicate effectively.



By sharing ideas and engaging in group discussions students cooperate and work together. Through interactive and educational games, children unite as a team. Students improve their patience, listening skills and teamwork.





Queen's Academy helps children feel comfortable performing in front of people. The stage gives your child the opportunity to experiment with vocal projection, characterization, and emotions. Public speaking is a valuable skill that shows up in everyday life.



Musical theatre stimulates the mind and body. We recognize that each child learns differently. Kinesthetic learning offers an alternative way of obtaining information. Musical theatre implements kinesthetic learning by applying physical interactive activities into our program. Queen’s Academy incorporates hands on activities, creating enjoyable learning outcomes.



Musical theatre techniques are applied to nurture flexibility, coordination, and control. Just like a muscle, your memory requires exercise. Memorization of choreography, and lines, is a big facet of flexibility. By applying improvisation into weekly practices, we are strengthening mental acuity. Improvisation is a part of everyday life. We teach valuable skills that foster confidence and encourages participation. Contributing to effective listening, responding and problem solving. Supporting creativity boosts a child’s ability to think outside the box, adapt and establish resilience.



The performing arts relies on social relationships and interactions. Children who take musical theatre classes create a bond while working together to achieve a common goal. Friendships bring joy and at Queen’s Academy we share gratitude for these precious moments that last a lifetime.

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