Do you have a young budding actor in your family?
The Young Actors Workshop offers a summer training experience in the art and craft of acting. Young actors have the opportunity to learn the skills of building characters and expressing interior emotions physically and vocally. Each group will go through the rehearsal process and perform their production on the main stage. Students discover not only how to express themselves individually but also how to work as an ensemble, gaining valuable leadership skills while having fun and making friends. For more info email Janet Sharpley
Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar
Directed by Janet SharpleyA man in a chair appears on stage and puts on his favorite record: the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical. The recording comes to life and The Drowsy Chaperone begins as the man in the chair looks on.
Auditions June 2 @ 10AM ~ Workshop Fee: $175License: Music Theatre International, Inc.
Comedy by Karen Woodford
Directed by Donna BaneIn this modern twist of a favorite, Prince Owen is depressed. He’s ready to go to college and study computers (after all, the Kingdom of Kravitz is the only kingdom without a webpage!), but tradition dictates that he attend a ball in honor of his graduation and choose a bride.
by Maurice Sendak, adapted by Marla Miller
Directed by Vanessa PearsonThe story follows Max, nicknamed “Wild Thing” by his mother after causing mischief, sent to his bed without supper. While in his bedroom, he is whisked off to the place where the wild things are and where he names himself king. After a lot of rumpus, Max sends them all to bed and returns home where someone loves him best of all.