Featuring the Students of the : SPRING BREAK MUSICAL INTENSIVE CAMP PROGRAM
Relive the greatest moments from the history of great Broadway musicals! 100 Years of Broadway is a historic journey of some of the most beloved songs and stories to have graced the Broadway stage. Featuring songs from musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, Les Miserables, A Chorus Line, Carousel, Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, and more. From the music of Tin Pan Alley to state-of-the-art contemporary Broadway, you'll treasure the magic of an entire century of entertainment, laughter, and beautiful music. 100 Years of Broadway features the talents of the students of the Kaleidoscope Spring Musical Theatre Intensive - a two week spring break camp for young artists.
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With only 8 days of rehearsal and two days of tech to mount a production, from first rehearsal to opening and public performances, this is an intensive musical theatre program for those with a passion to perform! Participants form meaningful bonds, share their talents, gain a wide array of fresh skills and discover new potential. This two-week program culminates in a final performance of a full musical production!
Kaleidoscope’s Musical Theatre Intensive is enhanced by a variety of hands-on activities designed to develop students’ skills in dance, voice, stage combat, acting and theatre production. This program runs from 9:00am-4:00pm Monday through Saturday for two weeks, and participants will work with Kaleidoscope’s esteemed production team of directors, designers, music directors, and choreographers, to rehearse and present a musical production with sound, lights, sets, and costumes.
All campers are accepted into the program. Auditions for roles will take place on the first day of the intensive.
The camp will culminate with a presentation with full production values.
All performances take place on Saturday, April 2 at the Metro Studio Theatre.
Seating note: Tickets are sold for single seats, tables of 2, and tables of 4. Single seats are spaced out and fixed to the floor on tiered risers, and are not able to be moved together. When booking a table of 4, that is the equivalent for 4 tickets.