INTERVIEWS FOR SUMMER YOUTH THEATRE PROGRAMS AT CENTENARY STAGE
CONTACT: PAT LANCIANO or RITA MEDINA (908)979-0900
The first round of interviews for state acclaimed summer youth theatre programs of the Centenary Stage Company will be held on Saturday, Mar 30 at the Centenary Stage Company (CSC) at the Little Theatre on the campus of Centenary College.
CSC’s signature training program, the Young Performers Workshop (YPW) , is a professional musical theatre training program for young people ages 8-18 led by Broadway, film and television veteran Michael Blevins (Chorus Line, Bring back Birdie, Tap Dance Kid) . The YPW, now in its 21st year, has been hailed by the Star Ledger as “a state treasure”, and it offers conservatory-style training in music, theatre and dance, along with special electives such as TV Studio and On-air Radio technique in a 5-week program from July 15th to August 18th . The YPW summer program culminates in an eagerly awaited 10-day festival of shows, including three full-length musical productions and The One Act play festival, in which all students perform.
The YPW Summer Program runs Monday-Friday, from 9am- 4:30 pm with a special evening project by invitation of the program director. The cost of the summer program is $995 for the first student and $895 for each additional student.
While no prior experience is required, students must complete and interview with program director Michael Blevins before entrance into the program.
The YPW summer programs are part of the educational arm of the Centenary Stage Company, a professional Equity theatre in residence at Centenary College under the leadership of award-winning Artistic Director, Carl Wallnau.
To arrange for arrange an interview for the summer 2013 Young Performers Workshop program, call the administrative offices at (908)979-0900 . For more information about the programs for the professional Centenary Stage Company, visit CSC online atwww.centenarystageco.org. Programming for CSC is made possible through generous support of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the NJ State Council on the Arts, CSC sponsors and members.
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