YAA On Location: 21 Hour Musical (8-14yrs)

Age: Juniors 8 – 14yrs

The 21-Hour Musical is a three-day holiday workshop designed to ignite creativity and develop skills in young performers. Participants will collaborate with industry professionals in singing, choreography, scriptwriting, and set design. Each day is packed with exciting activities, culminating in a final performance where children showcase their talents in a mini-musical for family and friends. This fast-paced and educational experience promises to empower young actors with creativity, confidence, and unforgettable memories.

Where: YAA Alexandria

When: July 16th, 17th & 18th.

Time: 9:30am until 4pm


  • 21 Action-Packed Hours of Creative Training and Development
  • Top-Tier Backing Tracks to Enhance Your Musical Experience
  • Personalized Vocal Coaching from Expert Singing Coaches
  • Dynamic Dance Routines with Professional Choreographers
  • Comprehensive Actor Training to Sharpen Your Skills
  • Hands-On Set Design to Bring Your Creative Visions to Life
  • Book before July 1st and receive an early bird discount


Who Is This For?
The 21-Hour Musical workshop is perfect for young performers aged 8-14 who are passionate about singing, dancing, and acting. Whether your child is a budding star eager to showcase their talents or a creative soul looking to explore new skills, this workshop offers a fun, supportive, and educational environment. No prior experience is necessary—just a love for the stage and a willingness to learn!


YAA is an approved provider of the Creative Kids Initiative. To redeem your Creative Kids code log into Service NSW and follow the prompts. Simply add your new code to the cart at the checkout to receive your $50 discount on tuition.

*Young Actors Assembly cannot refund Creative Kids Vouchers after class has been purchased at checkout*

Original price was: $418.00.Current price is: $380.00.

Young Actors Assembly acknowledges the original storytellers, the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as the nation’s first inhabitants and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.