Contact Studio 3

Studio 3 Performing Arts Academy
www.studio3arts.com

511 W Guadalupe Rd Suite 12
Gilbert, AZ 85233

Hours

  • M-Th: 10 am - 9 pm
  • F: 10 am - 4 pm
  • Sa: 10 am - 12 pm
  • Su: Closed

Contact Us

Studio 3 Reviews

Julie Forth
Julie Forth
posted 2 months ago

We love Studio 3. My daughter just started taking summer camps her and she loved all of them. I saw her grow so much in the three camps she has done so far. In fact we were not going to do any more camps for the summer just to give her a break and she begged to at least do the last one. She has loved it so much that we will definitely be signing her up for classes during the year. Compared to other studios and companies around, their fees are incredibly reasonable. The staff have always answered all of our questions quickly and take the time to talk to you. I have read a few other reviews where they mention late rehearsals but every theatre company is like this, especially when they audition for a play. The expectations for rehearsals/performances have been well documented on their site from what i have seen and are no different than other places. I love this place so much and am very impressed with them.

**Update to original review*** My daughter is still doing classes her and loving every minute. She was in a play here and the latest they had rehearsals at the studio was til like 9:30 on certain nights. Rehearsals are not every night. Also you can give dates/times when you have to miss. As long as those dates/times are given to the director, you can be excused to leave. If you miss school because of classes, it is not the Studio's fault. You can leave if needed. The directors just expect you to know the material when you come back. My daughter is actually doing Showstoppers this year after talking with other parents and being told that late rehearsals are not the norm for this group. Looking forward to her continued growth at the Studio.

Dara Vazquez
Dara Vazquez
posted 1 year ago

My daughter loves this place! We originally went for a couple years during the summer camps and after my daughter begged to go for classes. It was a hard decision because she wanted to drop playing violin, which she was really good at, to learn to sing. Best decision ever! Two years later it's been rewarding to see her grow in so many ways, not only technically. She has become confident, team-oriented, and super responsible. She recently wanted to attend weekly for unlimited classes (6+) classes which compared to other places was really affordably priced. So we're trying it out on condition her grades stay good. I have to say her attitude is waaaay better than when she used to watch TV or play on the computer or video games all day.

Studio 3 Announcements

Recent Announcements

Read More Announcements

  • Musicians Wanted for Side Show

    Are you an experienced musician looking to be a part of an incredible production? Limelight Performing Arts is casting musicians for its upcoming production. We are currently looking for piano/keyboard, drums, auxiliary percussion, bass guitar, violin, and possibly a trumpet or woodwind player. [more details...]

  • Cast List: Side Show

    Congratulations to the cast of Side Show! We are still making decisions on the roles of Terry & Buddy, and may be holding supplemental auditions for these roles. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please have them email us at limelightartsaz@gmail.com.   Meet the Cast!   [more details...]

  • Auditions for Side Show

    Side Show (2014 Broadway Revival) (musical) Mainstage Musical at Studio 3 Artspace Theatre Auditions: August 23, 2017 from 7-9pm Callbacks: August 26, 2017 from 12:30-3:30pm Performances: October 20-29, 2017 *Casting ages 13-20 with select roles for ages 6-12 *Also casting live musicians See [more details...]

  • Acting Workshops with our friends at Studio 3!

    Limelight Performing Arts has teamed up with Studio 3 Performing Arts to offer some amazing acting workshops coming up! Did you know… that when directors are making final decisions on casting a show, it almost always comes down to who can ACT the part the best. Do you know what it takes to [more details...]