Rebecca Childs (email@example.com), Becca Kloha Strand, and Karie-Lee Sutherland, co-directors.
Junior Musical Theatre Intensive (Jr. MTI) provides a challenging and disciplined educational experience for students ages 9-14 who have a special interest in musical theatre. The students receive instruction in audition preparation, vocal music, dance and performance technique while working toward a full-scale musical production.
Auditions are required.
12:00-2:30 p.m. Saturday
$1,700 which includes
No discounts apply.
Auditions may be made online and must be received by August 20, 2019. Auditions are reviewed as they are received, so be sure to audition early! The submission includes the following:
The Junior Theater Festival began in 2003 as a way to celebrate and encourage students and teachers who are presenting musicals in their schools and communities. Each year, participating groups seem to bring even more creativity, enthusiasm and joy to this event, and in turn, iTheatrics responds by creating more opportunities and experiences. As of 2010, the Junior Theater Festival has become an annual event.
The festival brings together people from all aspects of theatre, ranging from students and teachers to Broadway professionals, under one roof to celebrate outstanding student musical theatre productions.
The festival offers an enthusiastic environment for students and teachers to interact with thousands of others who share their passion for musical theatre. Each group attending performs a selection from a Broadway Junior or KIDS Collection musical for professional adjudication by a distinguished panel of international theatre professionals. Groups participate in interactive workshops lead by Broadway and West End professionals.
The entire show will be performed at CCM May 8 (7:00) and May 9 (3:00) in CCM’s Cohen Family Studio Theater. Other opportunities for the students to perform selections from the show will be explored throughout the year.
All questions and comments about this program should be directed to Rebecca Childs, Becca Strand or Karie-Lee Sutherland.