The Palace Conservatory is an after school theatre program created and ran by Jenna Davies and The Palace Theatre. We teach acting, singing, and dancing. Our program is designed for ages 5-18. We currently have two locations, one in Chubbuck and one in Rexburg.
We believe in empowering young artists at every level. We provide a supportive, fun environment where young artists can be inspired, creative, expressive, and shine! The process of learning and striving for personal, individual excellence is important. Performing arts improve character qualities that support performance in school and enhance one's life. These young artists will learn skills that can translate into every aspect of their life that will carry into adulthood.
Ensemble- Group acting class.
Company- This class performs a full length musical.
Musical Theatre Dance - Group dance class.
Group Voice - Group voice class.
Private Voice - Private voice class.
Classes range from $35-$65
Chubbuck ID - 158 E. Chubbuck Rd
Rexburg Idaho - 84 Professional Plaza Way
Questions or interested in the class schedule and pricing? We love emails! Email your respective coordinator with any requests.
Chubbuck - Conservatory@palacetheatrearts.com
Rexburg - email@example.com
Registration is currently open for Rexburg. Our Chubbuck location is full for the Spring semester. Watch for fall registration, coming soon!
2024 Chubbuck Company Shows
2024 Rexburg Company Shows
Jenna embarked on the journey of conceptualizing the Conservatory program in 2015. During her junior year in the Theatre program at Idaho State University in 2016, the Dean of the College of Arts and Letters approached her with a request to establish a Theatre Summer Camp Program. Taking on the challenge, Jenna spearheaded the creation and operation of the Conservatory Summer Camp at ISU for two consecutive summers until her graduation.
In 2019, Jenna and Chad made a significant move by purchasing The Palace Playhouse in Chubbuck, rebranding it as The Palace Theatre. Following this acquisition, Jenna launched the Palace Conservatory for the Performing Arts in the fall of the same year. The Palace Conservatory rapidly gained momentum, experiencing explosive growth, which necessitated the expansion beyond the confines of Chubbuck. This expansion culminated in the grand opening of a new location in Rexburg, alongside the introduction of large-scale summer theatre camps.
Driven by her profound love and passion for children's theatre, Jenna has had the privilege of nurturing and collaborating with some of the most talented young artists in the region. The Conservatory program stands as the epitome of Jenna's dedication to the craft, serving as both her pride and joy. With unwavering enthusiasm, Jenna eagerly anticipates many more years of empowering young performers to achieve their highest potential.