TD Youth Performance Company

March and April are busy times for the Neptune Theatre School. With our March Break Camps including the TD YPCo March Break Boot Camp and Leader in Training Program and Spring Classes launcing. 

This Spring we are also excited to bring back some exciting opportunities like the Zoom Playreading Group and Student Council. TD YPCo shows are currently being planned and announcements for those will be coming soon. 

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Neptune has partnered with Halifax Regional Arts Virtual Programs to bring you an new initiative: 

Neptune Theatre Climb It! Project (as part of the Theatre School and TourCo) 

This is open to any student grade 9-12. Workhops are on Zoom, on Thursdays at 7:45pm starting on March 25th. 

Neptune instructors are Ivy Charles and Logan Robins. With special guests from the Canadian Green Alliance. 

Register on the HRA website at

*Our goal with the Climb It! Project is to raise voices and create artistic spaces that allow us to workshop and develop scenes, songs, monologues, spoken word and more that will come together to be presented as part of our TourCo shows in 2022-23. We are really excited to bring together different youth to tell their stories, collaborate and share this work with people in their communities.  


We are working hard to bring you our 2021 Programs. 

We hope to do some kind of production in the near future; how this will happen depends on the parameters of the public health guidelines, space availability, health and safety and other Covid related restrictions. 

To share your ideas or express interest in participating, please FILL OUT THIS FORM

Keep up to date by following us on social media @neptunetheatreschool and @neptuneypco

Recent Projects

Check out our incredible students in our "What the World Needs Now" video. Directed by Jeremiah Sparks, this team of talented individuals worked together on a gospel version of this beloved song over Zoom. CLICK HERE and enjoy!

Our Musical Director, Jeremiah Sparks

A life-long singer and pianist, Jeremiah Sparks was choir director and church organist for Cherry Brook United Baptist Churst for over 20 years and directed the Nova Scotia Mass Choir for several years before moving to Toronto. He is presently choir director for Men of Praise Ministry for Grant AME in Toronto. Stage roles include the role of Mufasa in the Toronto (Mirvish) production of Disney’s The Lion King.  He has performed across the country in such memorable roles as Louis Armstrong (Satchmo Suite) and Lanier Phillips (Oil and Water) He is a major performer in the world renown production of Drum. And recently played “PA” in the Canadian premier ofColor Purple with Neptune Theatre. His 2nd CD  “Storms of Fear” is now available on iTunes . 


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Did you love our 12 Days of TD YPCo?

We did too! If you missed some of our big events, please click below to check us out

Student Showcase: HERE

"Heart & Music" Music Video: HERE

*Please note that all TD YPCo and Neptune Theatre Programs require a paid fee. For information or to inquire about scholarship opportunities please CLICK HERE .

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How Can I Audition for TD YPCo Productions?

When audition submissions are being accepted, students should send in an audition video with following components:

1) a short monologue (1-2 minutes) ideally from a play

2) a short song (1-2 minutes) any style

3) a thirty second blurb telling us who you are and what you love about performing and what you hope to get out of the program. Is there a program or aspect of a program that interests you most?

Please be sure to label your audition clip with your name and the program you are auditioning for.

The simplest way to share is to download it to youtube, unlisted, and share the link with your name and contact to

Matt Amyotte Schorlarship Fund

Each year, a student will receive a full scholarship to the TD YPCo program in Matt's honour. To learn more click here. 


Youth Performance Company through the years