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ADVANCED Musical Production
Little Mermaid

Ages 11-18

Teenage mermaid Ariel is fascinated with life on land and wishes for more than what’s under the sea. With her best fish friend Flounder, Ariel combs the ocean floor and collects human artifacts. Ignoring the warnings of her father, King Triton, and head maestro, Sebastian the crab, she goes to the surface of the ocean to visit Scuttle, the seagull. On one of her visits to the surface she falls for a human prince named Eric. Determined to be with her new love, Ariel makes a dangerous deal with the sea witch Ursula to become human for three days. But when plans go awry for the star-crossed lovers, the king must make the ultimate sacrifice for his daughter.

This production includes your favorite songs from the movie and some from the Broadway show!

This show will be directed by Mary Meiron and Noah Cantrell!

 

You will have the opportunity to purchase a video of your child's performance!

About Advanced Classes and Productions

Advanced classes put the ‘fun’ in ‘fundamentals’ and help build an excitement for excellence!

Our Advanced Classes are where committed and talented students meet together to challenge themselves and each other to greater levels of artistic achievements and confidence, onstage and off. 

Mastering Skills

In our Advanced Musical Production classes, students are presented with additional opportunities for artistic discoveries, including:

More intensive rehearsal process

in-depth character work and development.

 

Challenging choreography for musicals and physical character building for plays.

 

Additional vocal and physical exercises to help build the strength and confidence required for advanced performance.
 

Workshops

Advanced classes participate in special workshops tailored to the special challenges presented by each production.  These workshops provide extra learning that students can carry well beyond the individual production. Past workshops have focused on diverse topics, including:

 

Ballroom Dancing

Shakespearean Language & Context

Character Status and Physicality

Creating Character Accents

Animals as Physical Characters

Schedule

Rehearsals

Mueller / Lark Studios

Mondays 5-8pm

Nov 6 - May 11

 

Techs and Performances

TBD

TUITION

$1585 in full

OR

 $355 due at time of enrollment + $225 payments due 11/1, 12/1, 1/1, 2/1, 3/1, &  4/1

Audition Info!


All previous participants in an Advanced Musical Production are automatically invited to enroll in this level.

These auditions are for entrance into the class NOT for parts. 


Pick a song that you love and a monologue from the list we send you or one you choose on your own. Perform it for us via video audition. 

Make sure you have FUN!
We are looking for students with a passion for musical theatre that enjoy sharing it in their audition!
 

Please sign up or ask questions about auditions
HERE and all details will be emailed to you.
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