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Meadowlands Area YMCA

201.955.5300

Musical Theatre Camp

 

MUSical theatre CamP

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Ages 5-7: Group 1
Ages 8-10: Group 2
Ages 12-14:  Group 3
(All sessions include 3 Groups) 
Monday - Friday: 1pm – 4pm

 

Director Melissa Manolakakis
Whether you dream of being a Broadway Star one day, or you just like to entertain people, this is the place to be!  From singing to acting to dancing, we will help bring out the best in you.  But most of all, You'll have FUN! Our staff will immerse your child in a rehearsal process that allows all campers to be successful regardless of experience level.

Miss Mano is back again directing for the 9th year. Campers can choose to participate in the either the “Broadway Variety Show” during the first session, “Little Orphan Annie Showcase” during the second session or both.  Everyone will have the opportunity to perform including lots of dancing, acting and singing.  Solos and duets are encouraged, but not mandatory.  Camp will culminate in a 60-minute performance for family and friends on the final days of each camp session.  This is an excellent opportunity to learn different aspects of musical theatre. Skills learned include: stage directions, script reading, vocal technique, ensemble numbers, skits, acting techniques, theatre dance, improv games, audition tips, featured solos and public speaking.  

 

Session 1
THE VARIETY SHOW

June 26th-July 7th (Weeks 2 – 3)
(We are off on Tuesday 7/4)
SHOW: Friday, July 7th, 2017 at 2:30pm

 

 

Session 2

Little Orphan Annie Showcase

 

July 10th – July 28th (Weeks 4 – 6)
SHOW: Friday, July 28th, 2017 at 2:30pm

     

         

Rehearsals
Wood-Ridge Civic Center
495 Highland Ave.
Wood-Ridge
 
Dress Rehearsal and Final Performance
The John J. Breslin Theater at Felician College
262 South Main St.
Lodi, NJ 07644 
 
If you have a question or concern, please email Miss Mano at mayvas@gmail.com

  


 

 

This program is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historical Affairs from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.