A community theater in Blue Earth MN established in 1977. We produce a musical each summer (second weekend of July) and a dinner theater each winter (first weekend of December)
Every child has some innate talent and parents try their best to nurture and encourage it. But sometimes as parents, we must ask ourselves if we are being too pushy. Children learn when they are allowed to do things at their own pace. But that certainly doesn't mean parents should not lay some rules and discipline. The group encourages parents to express their views and make suggestions.
The 2014 FAN MADE Short Film Based on the Tony Award Nominated-Hit B'way Musical "Bring It On"! Starving artists from all over Orlando, FL come together to make a movie version based on "Bring It On: The Musical" !
Producing Musicals for students ages 14-25 in the Western NY Buffalo area
Specialist Training in Musical Theatre Training at Further and Higher Education
This group was created for all *musical theatre actors and actress *aspiring musical theatre singer *musical directors *stage directors *technical crew for musical theatre *stage managers *lights and sound engineers for musical *choreographer *voice and acting coach
for producers of MTI shows in secondary schools in Ontario Canada
29 enthusiastic teachers of musical theater who gathered for iTheatrics Teacher Intensive Level 1
42nd Street Moon celebrates and preserves the art and spirit of the American Musical Theatre. We contribute to its evolution and continuing vitality by presenting intimately produced performances of classic and rarely performed musical works. Through our productions, educational programs, and community outreach, we are committed to increasing the awareness and appreciation of the rich heritage and cultural perspective of the musical theatre and its vast influence on the world stage.
We are an elementary school Drama Club currently grades 4-6. We are in the process of dividing into two groups: grades 3-4 will perform Broadway Kids and grades 5-6 will do Broadway, JR musicals.We are composed mainly of students who have had little formal training or exposure to musical theater. Our goal and challenge is to train and inspire these children to perform, while increasing their self-esteem and confidence. We meet once a week after school and perform a production in the spring at our district Performing Arts Theater. Although on a limited budget, we strive for high quality productions, including set and costumes. Much of our school staff volunteers to help in various ways- from custodians constructing set pieces, cafeteria workers providing after school snacks, and teachers transporting kids to the theater. We also have family support through our "Drama Mamas" fundraising team. As Drama Club sponsor, I wear many hats- including Director, and set and costume designer. We were thrilled to win the 2012 Junior Theater Team Spirit award for our Annie, Jr performance!