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From tiny seeds, grow mighty trees


For performers by performers

Red Tree came into being rather organically, growing naturally from a community of performers, many of whom sought to better themselves under the tutelage of the more seasoned members of the group.

As demand grew, so too did the scope of the endeavour, and services that were initially offered to friends were gradually made more widely available.  In an effort to provide a more formal structure, streamline organizational processes and improve the overall client experience, the Red Tree Performance Academy was officially established in 2021.


Safe & inclusive environment

Red Tree offers a safe and inclusive space for performance coaching.  Confidence and self-esteem are the cornerstone of the performer, which is why we at Red Tree place a great deal of importance on providing a safe space for performers of any level or degree of experience to become acquainted with themselves and comfortable in their own skin.  Learning to build confidence is fully half the battle.

Confidence is not, "they will like me."
Having confidence means you'll be fine if they don't.

We've got you covered 

The key to realizing your full potential in anything, is to constantly challenge yourself.  It can be difficult to set attainable goals for oneself, and more difficult still to remain motivated in the pursuit of said goals, which is where coaching can help immeasurably.  Whether you're an amateur or seasoned performer, if you don't push yourself to improve, you will stagnate. 

The good news is that coaches exist, and they're more than happy to do the pushing for you.  

Our coaches stand ready to assist you with nearly anything performance-related, including but not limited to:

  • Building confidence/self esteem

  • Harnessing nervous energy

  • Optimization of specific performances

  • Audition prep

  • Public speaking

  • Stage performance

  • Recording

  • Demo reels


"To be a good performer, you have to be instinctive. It's like, to walk in the jungle, or to do anything where there's a certain tightrope wire aspect you need to be instinctive. And you have to be comfortable at it also"

- Bruce Springsteen -

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