Theater Department

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"The only Limitations we should have are the ones we place on ourselves."

- Anna Pearce ( aka Patty Duke)


Theater Classes

Young Classical Singer

Grades 7-12
Wednesdays 4:30-6:00pm

This course instructs the singer in proper breathing, posture, vowel formation, singing in parts, sight singing and vocal technique but ensemble, and solo. A mostly classical and art music based repertoire is used, and selections are from various languages. Performance is a large part of this course.  Students will receive group as well as solo instruction.   

Young Performers

Grades 5-12
Thursdays 5:00-6:30pm

A great entry level introduction to theater. This fun and energetic class will expose your student to a wide variety of theatrical basics, including stage presence, character development, and teamwork.

Musical Theater

Grades 7-12
Fridays 3:30-5:30pm

Designed to prepare students for musical theater productions in the community, this class offers a combination of skill development in voice, acting and movement. Musical scenes are selected and prepared for practice and interpretation. Students will work towards an end of semester group production or private recital. Interested students may also audition for featured solo parts.


Upcoming Events From the Theater Department

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Meet The Instructors


Keely Gray-Department Head, Community Programs Director + Theater Instructor

Keely graduated from the University of Idaho in 2011 with a degree in Theatre arts with a minor in Musical Theatre and an emphasis in Music. She has studied voice and acting for over 10 years and has acted in many local productions including: Macbeth in 2015 and Mary Mary in 2014, Keely has also been the assistant director for Growing Dreams production of Little Mermaid and director of Growing Dreams fundraiser production of the Madrigal Feaste. Miss Gray joined the Bel Canto Opera in 2017, performing in Singvergnugen. Keely’s love of theater stems from a longstanding love and intrigue in the human condition and our ability to overcome anything. She believes that our unique quality of life in North Idaho makes Sandpoint the ideal place to cultivate the natural treasure trove of talent here and is honored to teach in her hometown.