Full-Scale Musical Production
High School Musical
A hit for many years, this Romeo and Juliet tale follows two teens from very different cliques who bond over their love of music. Basketball captain, Troy, falls for new student, shy but brilliant Gabriella who becomes the star of the academic team. They express their feelings in Start of Something New. Against type, they shock the student body by teaming up to audition for the upcoming school musical. Drama Club president, Sharpay Evans and her brother Ryan do not like competition and show they expect to be the leads in Bop to the Top. Speaking of drama, Troy’s teammate and best friend Chad, and Gabriella’s friend Taylor, head of the science club, team up to try to stop them from auditioning, too. B-baller Zeke and brainiac Martha reveal their secret interests as their cliques tell them to Stick to the Status Quo. Other spectacular songs include the driving on-the-court basketball number,
Get ‘cha Head in the Game. Ultimately the students of East High learn an important lesson in teamwork while gearing up for the show that will have them dancing in the aisles as the entire cast sings and dances We’re All in This Together.
Lots more great characters and songs!
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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.
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.
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;
Shakespearean Language & Context
Character Status and Physicality
Creating Character Accents
Animals as Physical Characters
Center Stage Theatre
11/8 - 4/18
Additional rehearsals on some weekends.
Techs and Performances
Center Stage Theatre
Final schedule TBA on weekends
$1545 in full
$335 due at time of enrollment + $215 payments due 10/1, 11/1, 12/1, 1/1, 2/1, & 3/1