• Jazz
  • Hip Hop
  • Boys only Hip Hop
  • Tap
  • Classical
  • Acrobats
  • Musical Theatre
  • Singing
  • Lyrical Jazz
  • Mum and Me

Ideal for

  • Boys and girls
  • Toddlers to Adults
  • Beginners to Professional

For bookings and enquiries, please contact us.

Success Stories
Star of the Bal Du Moulin Rouge
- Shane Collard
Star of Dr Zhivago
- Taneel Van Zyl
Glinda the Good in Wicked the Musical Australia
- Lucy Durack
Performing alongside Debbie Reynolds in "Irene"
- Allyce Martins
Played Victor in one of the greatest musicals ever, "Cabaret".
- James Bell

Vogue Performers | Drama Classes

All classes and courses work on the development of quality technique in Entertainment and Performance with skills taught by professionally qualified teachers in their field of expertise.

For Years 1 – 8 (Ages 6-13). Students are welcome to attend this without any requirements of attending dance classes, or some may wish to add to their existing dance curriculum.

By extending our focus toward Drama and Musical Theatre, we aim to broaden the range of performance skills of our students, through this they will be trained to take on roles that have higher demands of a performer. As well as this; drama develops students on a personal level as individual people. We aspire to equip them with enhanced skills and confidence to enter the competitive world of The Performing Arts.

Classes will be based on the following:


  • To build performance skills and confidence
  • Develop focus and spontaneity
  • Teaches students to listen, concentrate, work collaboratively
  • Builds problem solving skills
  • Builds communication skills


  • Help students to develop a method of studying and creating a character, using Stanislavsky’s system.
  • Building a believable character for themselves and for the audience
  • Monologues and preparing for an audition


  • Verbal communication skills:
    • Pitch
    • Pace
    • Inflection
    • Resonance
    • Emphasis
    • Projection
    • Phrasing
    • Pausing
  • Modulation: vocal variations that can be artistically managed to produce a good voice
  • Articulation
  • Breathing and Projection


  • Laban’s language of movement: locating space, time, weight and flow of movement
  • Posture
  • Conviction
  • Control
  • Centring
  • Relaxation
  • Body language and facial expression

The process of play building

  • Understanding the structure of a theatrical performance
  • Develop creativity, problem solving skills and communication
  • Communicating ideas through performance
  • Presentational and representational theatre

Stage Craft

  • Understanding and choosing the correct performance space
  • Stage geography: improving communication between performer and producer


  • Costume design
  • Set and prop design
  • Make-up
  • The design process, bringing all the elements together