STAGES at Breakwater

STAGES Youth Theater is pleased to be celebrating 7 seasons of collaborating with Breakwater School to provide performing arts educational opportunities as part of their exciting and innovative after-school Enrichment Program – available to Breakwater students, as well as any K-8 student in the Greater Portland area!

The following STAGES Youth Theater classes will take place at Breakwater School (856 Brighton Avenue) during the upcoming 2017-18 Academic Year. Breakwater School provides transportation from several Portland area schools, and, through the generosity of The Bob Crewe Foundation, offers scholarships for participation in performing arts programs. Please note all registration details, logistics, and questions are handled by Breakwater Enrichment for these STAGES programs. All registration questions and concerns should be directed to Breakwater Enrichment staff.

(If you are looking for STAGES programs taking place in our theater (202 Woodford St), please visit our Be in a Show page).

Tuesdays, April 24 – May 30, 2018
4:00 – 4:45pm
Grades K – 2
Join us for a fun, condensed version of the Wizard of Oz story that incorporates music from a variety of Ozian shows, along with narration and movement.
This class culminates in a brief presentation at the annual Enrichment Extravaganza on June 5th.
Tuition: $175.00, payment plan available

Wednesdays, April 25 – May 31, 2018
4:00 – 5:15pm
Grades 3 – 8
Drawing from the worlds of Greek & Roman mythology, Percy Jackson, and more, devise and create your own unique character in this dynamic roleplaying camp! Utilizing acting skills, improv, and imagination, students will embody their character while engaging in daily live-action gaming and story-making sessions under the guidance of a STAGES Story Master.
Tuition: $175.00, payment plan available

Ready to register? CLICK HERE to be redirected to the Breakwater Enrichment site!


“Being involved in putting on a production teaches lifelong skills.  Those who are involved for longer periods of time, or in more productions; they learn to deal with adversity, appreciate diversity, collaborate and get exposed different personalities, understand the correlation of work ethic to results, learn to expect the unexpected, and generally have better coping skills as a result… Continue reading Kristina Boissonneault, STAGES Parent

Kristina Boissonneault, STAGES Parent

“Theater/STAGES was a critical part of my children’s development. Educators talk of the importance of sports and ‘teamwork.’ My non-athletic kids learned that through theater. They both appreciate the importance of expression through the arts….they are better people for it!”

Liz Freeman, STAGES Parent