Southwest Washington’s home for quality arts education and entertainment…for all ages!
Metropolitan Performing Arts Academy is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 that offers the community a complete well-rounded education in acting, singing, dance, musical theatre, music and art. Our booked curriculum allows each student to realize and reach their creative potential through class placement and individualized educational plans. Students will be assessed and placed in classes that best suit their individual needs. Upon placement, the progress of your student is monitored to ensure they are continuing on their educational plan.
Not only are our students encouraged to focus on their specific areas of study, but also try out classes to see what other talents they may possess. Students will also find a balance between our technique driven classes, as well as our performance related classes. Our class description page provides for further details on what we offer and more information on classes and workshops.
We hope you will join the Metropolitan Performing Arts Academy family in our goal to instruct, cultivate, nurture and enhance the lives of our students ages 7 to adult. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Metropolitan Performing Arts Academy is located inside Schell Dance Studio. This is just on the east side of the Hwy 99 in Vancouver. Please note that MPAA does not have any exterior signs. Parking is available behind and to the side of the building, and is accessed from NE 68th Street.
905-D NE 68th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665
Phone: (360) 975-1585
P.O. Box 5159
Vancouver, WA 98668-5159
Hours of Operation
Summer Office Hours (July-August 19th 2016)
Regular Office Hours (September 2016-June 15th 2017)
Our Board Members
MPAA is managed by a completely volunteer Board of Directors and parent staff who work together to make the lives of our children fuller and richer through performing arts.
Kathleen Jung — President
Marci Caputo — Vice President
Shelly Nystrom — Secretary
Ross Ashdown — Treasurer
Carol Babilon — Costume Shop Manager
Mark Babilon & Mike Jung — Sets Shop Managers
Erika Caudle — Props Designer
Natasha Hauskins — Photographer
Michael Jung — Videographer
Did you know?
Metropolitan Performing Arts Academy was started six years ago as a non-profit organization with the mission of enriching our community by providing performing theatre arts education and community theatre to Southwest Washington. Costs for instructors, sheet music, show rights, classroom facility rental, and theatre rental can be great. Your tuition, admission, and concession donations help us make this happen. Thank you for your support!!
Oregon/Metropolitan Performing Arts Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, or other criteria protected by law.