Get ready for the Winter season. Musical theater classes available starting
Wednesdays December 13, 2017 to Feb 14, 2017
from 5pm-6:30pm
A workshop designed to help students understand
and develop the performance of musical theater.
Students will be coached through group and solo
performances. Students will be taught vocal
technique and the importance of staging, lyrics
analysis, character development and performance
skills. Students will explore the unique demand of
performing in the musical theater while learning the
process of working a song and making the song
come across to the audience.
Location: Gibbs-Morrison Cultural Center
Age: 10 yrs. through adult
Fee: $100 R/$110 NR
Gibbs /Morrison Center



Here’s what student’s are saying about A Musical Sensation!

Another great review from one of my students!

5.0 star rating 10/4/2017
First to Review
Victoria Adams is an amazing voice and Musical Theater teacher. She brings years of experience and is totally focused on the student at lessons or performing. Victoria is enthusiastic, encouraging and knowledgeable. She gives precise and constructive criticism. I’ve seen her work equally well with children and adults. Classes are a lot of fun!



Ten Tips for making your practice time really count!

  1. Practice a little Every day, this is far more beneficial than one or two long practice sessions a week.
  2. Have a certain time each day that is set aside specifically for your practice. It will then become part of your daily routine.
  3. Split your daily practice into even smaller time chunks i.e. technical work in the morning and pieces in the afternoon/ evening.
  4. Learn each piece a phrase at a time. Practice each phrase SLOWLY until you have it.  And then go to the next phrase.
  5. Starting at the beginning of the piece and playing through to the end each time you practice is not an effective use of your time. You are merely practicing mistakes.
  6. Don’t practice mistakes or you will become very good at playing them.
  7. Sometimes start in the middle of your piece and work to the end.
  8. Regularly record yourself and listen carefully to it.
  9. Practice the hard bits not just the bits you like.
  10. Listen to your pieces being played by the great players.

fundraisers & Events

I had the honor of singing the National Anthem and speaking for this great event at the National Auto Body Council and Recycled Rides Program. A very humble and surreal experience!