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Senior Intensive: Hair

Grades 9-12

Director:  Benjamin Hanna

What is action? What are the causes you are willing to fight for? What are the injustices you are seeing today? Written as a vision of 1960s America with rock classics such as “Aquarius” and “Good Morning, Starshine” Hair is a timeless discussion of the politics of war, drugs, sex, race, and gender

Senior Intensive provides students with demanding material that seeks to challenge them as artists, educate them in a professional setting, and inspire them to be active voices in their community. It is designed for actors with a commitment to refining their craft and demonstrated positive work ethic. Please note this script contains strong language and adult themes, but no nudity. Performed on the Cargill Stage.

July 10-August 13
Full Day (10:00am-5:00pm for five weeks)
Tuition: $675
Financial Aid Available

Performances
August 11th and 12th at 7:00pm
August 12th and 13th at 3:00pm

Auditions

Monday, March 20th from 4:30 to 7:30pm
Tuesday, March 21st from 4:30 to 7:30pm
  • Students will audition individually and should dress to move
  • The audition will include a group dance call.
  • Students should be prepared to sing 32 bars of a song from a rock musical (not from Hair). Please bring sheet music prepared for the accompanist.
  • Students should prepare a contemporary monologue 1-2 minutes in length. Students may be asked to read from sides.
Callbacks
Saturday, March 25th from 2:30-6:30pm

Junior Intensive: Annie Jr

Grades 5-9

Director: Ed Williams, Jr.

Adapted from the Broadway Musical, travel back to Depression-era New York where this optimistic young orphan is on a quest to find her parents. From scrubbing floors at an orphanage to living in luxury with billionaire Oliver Warbucks, join Annie, Sandy, and the other orphans to discover that the sun will always come out tomorrow. This intensive is specifically designed for students at the middle school level who have a demonstrated commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Students work with like-minded peers and industry professionals in the creation of a musical to be performed on our Cargill Stage.

July 6-30
Full Day (9:15am-4:15pm for three and a half weeks)
Tuition: $595
Financial Aid Available

Performances
July 28th and 29th at 7:00pm
July 29th and 30th at 3:00pm

Auditions

Monday, March 20th from 4:30 to 7:30pm
Wednesday, March 21st from 4:30 to 7:30pm
  • Students will be auditioning in groups and should dress to move
  • Students do not need to prepare a monologue. Some students may be asked to read from sides
  • Students will be taught and asked to sing a portion of “Tomorrow” from Annie
Callbacks
Saturday, March 25th from 11:30am-2pm

Junior Showcase: Underworld: The Musical

Grades 4-6

Director: Matt Jenson

Travel to Greek mythology's land of the dead: hang out with Hades, sing with Cerberus, and party with Persephone. This musical weaves a legendary mash up of the myriad myths involving the Underworld.
This showcase is specifically designed for students who have demonstrated a commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Students work with like-minded peers and industry professionals in the creation of this musical to be performed on our Cohen Stage.

June 19-30
Full Day (9:00am-4:00pm for two weeks)
Tuition: $520
Financial Aid Available

Performances
June 30, Times TBD

Auditions

Tuesday, March 21st from 4:30 to 7:30pm
  • Students will be auditioning in groups and should dress to move.
  • Students do not need to prepare any material.
  • Students will do collaborative acting and singing exercises. Some students may be asked to read from sides.
Callbacks
Saturday, March 25th from 10:00-11:30am

Pre-Professional Institute

(Grade 9)
Primary instructor: H. Adam Harris

This four-year program prepares young actors for college and professional theatre careers. Highlights include: intensive acting and musical theatre training with industry professionals, annual spring showcase, mainstage audition opportunities, mentorship from Peter Brosius and other CTC artists, college-audition preparation, and capstone project tailored to student’s strengths and learning goals.

For complete information click here.

Annual Tuition:
$2000 | Financial Aid Available
Includes: Fall and Winter Cohort Acting Class, one elective (to be taken fall, winter, spring, or summer), and the spring showcase

Class Days and Times:

Mondays, 5:00-8:00pm

Auditions for our Class of 2021 will be held in Fall of 2017. Check back for more information in June.


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