That’s the CenterPoint Academy motto. “You Belong Here!”
And nobody knows that better than the incredible people, ages 3-18, that we train in performing arts, including musical theatre, tap & jazz, ballet, and voice.
What we really teach them, however, is how to be the awesomest version of themselves. While the musical theatre, dance, and voice training we offer is top-notch, provided by the best local working artists, the end result for the vast majority of our students isn’t the Broadway stage. Instead, we use the arts to teach lessons that matter in any facet of life – confidence, discipline, leadership, self-esteem, teamwork, friendship, and creativity. Our students learn these universally relevant skills and become assets wherever they go – at school, at work, in the community, at church and at home.
On top of this, the Academy provides unique performance opportunities to these students on the CenterPoint Theatre stages, performing for more than 10,000 people per year, in over 100 performances of more than a dozen different shows.
Learn all about us by clicking around here, including information about our classes, our instructors, and how to enroll.
We can’t wait to play with you!
If you have questions, comments, or for any other Academy-related reason, please contact Danny and Wendy Inkley, CenterPoint Academy Directors, at academy@CPTUtah.org.
Thank you to our generous Academy Sponsors:
Jeff and Abby Ames Family
Dan and Brooke Liljenquist
Bret & Missy Hickenlooper
Blake and Robin Davis Family
Elite Craft Homes
Bill and Shelley Davies
Will & Carol Cluff
Kaylan and Jessica Harris
Mike and Emily Child
Lynette B Reeder
Michael E. Florence
Robert and Adria Macdonald
Stanfield Shutter Co.
Michele L. Backes
Miriam and Jordan Brown
Dale and Debbie Inkley
Chuck and Pam Durr
Bre and Addison Welch
Mary and Jonathan Hanks
Pitt Family Dental
Important Academy Dates, including performances and extra rehearsals for each class
Parking / Pickup Information
To drop off or pickup your kids from classes, please use the front (south side) of the building, or park in a designated parking space and come inside.
DO NOT PARK, WAIT, OR STOP AT THE CURB ON THE WEST SIDE!!
This causes traffic issues and parking conflicts with the businesses located near the theatre.
Please, please, please, don’t use the west curb, Thank you!