Showstoppers is a musical based 50-minute recreational program designed to give the quiet performer a voice and the energetic performer focus. The fun and merriment help literature come to life for young actors, K – 1st grade, and audiences alike! Does your child turn a playground into a pirate ship, make their bed into a castle, or create countless adventures with their toys? If so, then it’s time to introduce them to other imaginative children in Showstoppers!
Through creative scripts, adapted to provide equal roles and equal stage time, performers learn how to become storytellers. They turn what's inside their imagination out to audiences so that all may enjoy their unique creativity. Adapted stories carry cultural, social, and/or moral themes that kids are typically introduced to at this early age. Each season, performers present their work for friends and family, supported by their director every inch of the way. Our recreational theater classes foster teamwork and cast bonding while instilling confidence in class and on stage.
Your child will learn:
- Acting through song and stage blocking by developing vocal, dance and acting technique
- Acting beyond mimicry, developing choices through imagination
- Understanding how stories are told
- Develop teamwork and showmanship
Anything's Possible Festival - Fall 2020
We’ll be presenting a song and dance in MyLINX Scrapbook for families to view with their performer! The video will be an exciting preview of our upcoming production of Jack and the Beanstalk.
Jack and the Beanstalk - Spring 2021
The classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk brings us to boundless limits as tall as, well… a beanstalk! Join us as we journey beyond the clouds and into faraway kingdoms. Our youngest performers will build on their stage skills and learn how to put on a show. We’ll focus on singing, dancing, acting, making our voices heard, and growing comfortable with bringing our world of imaginative play to an audience. Students grow and learn together through our exploratory story-drama approach.