Class Schedule

All Classes take place on Fridays.

Please contact us for Fall and Spring Semester Start Dates.

8:00am - 9:00am: Choreography II (advanced)

9:00am - 10:00am: Choreography I (beginner)

10:00am - 11:00pm: Traditional Choir

11:00am - 12:00pm: Poco Loco / Beginning Theatrical Makeup / Hair Styling Class/ Lunch Break for 12 and up

12:00pm - 1:00pm: Loco-Motion / Lunch Break for 11 and under

1:00pm - 2:00pm: Notre Masque

2:00pm - 3:00pm: Rising Stars

2:00pm - 6:00pm: Center Stage

It should also be noted that each semester, during tech week (the week of the show), rehearsals are usually scheduled each night of the week with a dress rehearsal on Wednesday. Below is an example schedule of the rehearsal schedule during Tech Week. However, this is only an example schedule. A full schedule of rehearsals is released each semester for each individual show.

Monday - Tuesday: Rehearsal 5:45-9:30pm

Wednesday: Dress Rehearsal; Call time 9am

Thursday: Show Day; Call time 8-9am

Friday: Show Day; Call time 8-9am

Saturday: Show Day; Call time 8-9am / Strike after the show

Center Stage Class

CENTER STAGE (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)

Center Stage is the core of His Way Broadway. These classes work on song, dance, and script for the main production.

-Instructors: Kevin and Tina Miranda, Ashley West & Megan Schaffner (Rising Stars)

-Center Stage tuition per semester, per student:​​

$470 Center Stage / $330 Rising Stars

-Additional Costs​ not included in the fees and tuition above, most are optional:

Required shoes (i.e. Jazz, character shoes)

Show Dvd/flash drive of photos from the show/Show scrapbook (optional)

Small costume pieces (i.e. black pants, black socks, white undershirt, etc.)

Meals for show week (optional)

Additional Classes


Your student will learn to dance in a group, learn musicality and rhythmic movement, learn to advance their dancing capabilities, and learn expression, and how to present to an audience.

-Instructor: Ashley West


Junior show choir is a performance based show choir class where younger students (ages 8-11) learn to prepare and perform a wide variety of music. Students learn how to add choreography to songs in an age appropriate way.

-Instructors: Tina Miranda​ ​& Ashley West


Notre Masque, meaning “our mask”, is a process-oriented drama club in which students rehearse and perform scripted and unscripted material. Students in Notre Masque learn the basics of stagecraft, self discipline, the importance of hard work,creativity and imaginative play, listening and observation skills, and self confidence.

Why participate in Notre Masque? Studies show that participation in drama improves reading comprehension, problem solving, and communication skills. Students involved with drama programs outscore non-arts students on standardized tests.* Notre Masque students will showcase what they have learned as pre-shows at this semester’s performances. Notre Masque will cap at 25 students ages 12-18 (unless approved by the instructor).

-Instructor: Kevin Miranda


Rising Stars is a class for ages 5-7. These students will learn basic theater concepts through songs, dance, and games.

-Instructors: Megan Schaffner

-Rising Stars Tuition is included in the Center Stage Junior cost above


Loco-Motion is a performance based show choir class where students learn to prepare and perform a wide variety of music. Students learn how to add choreography to songs as well as text interpretation, facial and body expression, among other skills. Loco-Motion will sometimes perform in the community. Loco-Motion will cap at 25 students ages 12-18. ​

-Instructors: Tina Miranda and Ashley West


Your student in this class will learn theatrical makeup techniques, including preparation for the current show with a final project of assisting Mr. Kevin with makeup during show week.

-Instructor: Kevin Miranda


We will be learning basic tips on hair and wig care as well as researching and planning hairstyles specific to the current show. The student will be present and helping to style hair for the show during show week. This class will be open to 3 students ages 14 years and over. (Students who are cast for main roles in the show will not be eligible to participate in the class due to time constraints)

-Instructor: Megan Schaffner


Set Design Class focuses on building the stage sets for each production.

Please Contact His Way Broadway regarding costs and fees associated with all our classes.

Charlie Brown Production Practice

Class Requirements



The His Way Broadway performing arts program operates each semester through show ticket sales and business playbill sponsorships. These contributions alone are not enough to finance the work we do at His Way Broadway, and are offset by individual students' tuition fees.


Tuition fees are charged to cover a variety of costs including (but not limited to) facility fees, show rights, costumes, and show sets among a host of other things.


In addition, parents of students enrolled in the center stage class are required to volunteer at two shows, each semester. Volunteer roles vary and descriptions for each area of service can be acquired at the beginning of each semester.

Ad Sales Requirements

Each family is required to sell 2 separate ads or $100 in ad sales for our playbill. These can include both business and shout out ads. Ads start at $30.00 for a business card size and go up to $150.00 for a full page/underwriter.

Contact for more information.


Multiple student discount: 5% off tuition for additional children (2nd, 3rd, etc.)

Paid in full tuition discount: 5% off tuition if paid in full for entire 4 months of semester

Early Bird Discount: Register for next semester one month before show weekend, & get 5% off tuition