Our Awesome Services
Frontstage Performing Arts Studio & Production House is in the performing art, reading and listening business for over 10 years, and won multiple awards at the National Eisteddfod Academy of South Africa, for the best school in MPUMALANGA!
What to choose?
Is our lessons the right extra-curricular for your child? To help you decide, we’d like to invite you to come and experience the magic of our fun group classes in a 100% free, no-obligation trial lesson.
“What the Caterpillar calls the end of the World, the Master calls a Butterfly”
Our Speech & Hearing Program
The Frontstage Speech and Hearing Program is designed for children with auditory processing disorder, but any person can benefit from it. Starting at age 3, you can give your child an advantage in life. Even adults can benefit from this program!
Our program strengthens reading with comprehension, concentration, memory development, mathematics improvement, spelling, attention and focus, enhances speech, helps with motor skills, balance and coordination, sensory and auditory processing.
Limited spaces available. The Frontstage Speech & Hearing program use award-winning neural bone conduction devices, that capture brain attention and provide strong, multi-sensory stimulation that helps the brain reorganize itself by forming new neural connections.
These devices has conclusive results in enhancing speech, attention strengthening, and focus, motor skills, balance and coordination, sensory and auditory processing.
Our Drama Program
Our students will razzle-dazzle you, and we have a way of bringing out the shine in any superstar!
We cover all facets of a standard drama curriculum, such as movement, poetry, mime, prose, improvisation, and voice work. Each student is placed in a group with students allowing to open the door to fun group performances and focus studies too.
We also have a Company Team for soloists.
Our Vocal Program
Singing lessons are about more than just the product. Singing lessons engage the entire body and you will be instructed on correct posture, breathing and vowel shaping. This may seem tedious at times, but keeping your instrument aligned and working properly is as important as the sound that is produced.