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Show How Studio is offering in-person lessons with an all-new #showhowsafe system. Designed to be safer than recommended guidelines for similar service businesses, this setup will provide an extremely safe environment for students attending musical theater vocal lessons, acting lessons and more. This is in addition to our Online Private Lessons which we will continue to provide with Zoom.

How It Works

A Show How Studio student takes a musical theater vocal lesson safely behind a plastic room divide.

A Show How Studio student takes a musical theater vocal lesson safely behind a plastic room divide.

If you arrive early for your lesson, please wait in your vehicle. TEXT YOUR INSTRUCTOR to let us know you’ve arrived. We have allotted 15 minutes between each student to clean shared student space and will need access to the porch and front door to do so.

Once we have cleaned the student space and returned to the studio, we will text you to invite you in. Weather permitting, parents and others accompanying the participant are encouraged to wait in your vehicle or use the bench on the front porch. If needs be, there is a bench in the student area. Weather permitting, windows and the front door will remain opened for fresh air. Hand sanitizer and the bathroom sink with soap will be available. Guests are encouraged to wash their hands upon entering.

Our HVAC system will remain off and covered during studio evenings. We will provide a fan on hot days and a space heater for cold days. There is a HEPA air purifier in the student space which has a built-in UV-C light. This adds a deeper level of air sanitation by destroying illness-causing microorganisms, including COVID19.

What We'll Clean

During the 15 minute changeover time, we will be cleaning the following:

  1. All door handles
  2. Bathroom surfaces
  3. Show How Safe plastic divider that separates the student space from the teacher space
  4. Hooks for coats and bags
  5. Music stand
  6. Surface of the bench in the student area/waiting room
  7. Porch railing and/or bench
A Show How Studio student takes a musical theater vocal lesson safely behind a plastic room divide.

Book an In-Person Lesson

As performers, we know the importance of being present and enjoying a shared experience. While recent events have forced us to keep a distance, we are all collectively finding new and creative ways to connect. At Show How Studio, we speak to our students frequently about maintaining good physical and mental health. #SHOWHOWSAFE is a chance to reconnect without sacrificing safety or well-being.

Book a lesson with us and let us show you how safe in-person lessons can be. And, as always, new students can book a free 30-minute consultation to see how we can help you master your performing arts skills.

Steve Kovacs

Steve Kovacs

Instructor, Show How Studio

Steve Kovacs has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience in his 15+ years as an arts educator in public schools, theatrical productions and private teaching. He is an honors graduate of The Miami University (Ohio), an adjudicator and workshop provider for the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, as well as co-author and composer / lyricist of We Like It Where?, an original musical that premiered at Northern Sky Theater in Door County in 2019.

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