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Adult Gift Certificate $26.00
Good through August 2017
Senior Citizen Gift Certificate $24.00
A Barnyard Moosical $150.00
"A Barnyard Moosical" is a hilarious and imaginative mini-musical about a unique and talented group of animals living at this unusual farm. Between the gourmet goats that refuse to eat garbage, a chorus line of hoofing cows, neatnik pigs and funky dancing chickens, the musical will be sure to tickle the imagination of performers and audiences alike.

15 minutes performance

Rehearsals:
Tues & Thurs Aug 22 - Sep 14
5pm - 6:30pm
Performance: Sep 14 6pm
Grades K - 3
Tuition $280
Director: Miss Kristin Pidcock
A Suessified Christmas Carol $300.00
A SUESSIFIED CHRISTMAS CAROL

A whimsical reinvention of Dickens' most beloved Christmas story in wacky rhymed couplets. With zoot fruited juices and binka bird geese, from Bed-Headed Fred to Timmy Loo Hoo, this tale of glorious holiday cheer is similar to something Dr. Seuss might have come up with -- if he ever had his way with the story...

Comedy, 40 minute run time

Rehearsals:
Tues & Thurs Nov 7 - Dec 14, and Wed Dec 13
5pm - 7pm
Grades 6 - 12
Tuition $300

Adult Intro to Acting $90.00
Adult Intro to Acting with Limelight Theatre Executive Director, Beth Lambert

Wednesdays October 7 - November 8
7pm - 8:30pm

This 6 week class will focus on audition prep & technique, how to choose a monologue and stage terminology and the fundamentals of acting on stage. Maximum of 10 students.

Tuition: $90.00
Improv Level 1 $105.00
Level 1 – Improv Basics

Tues, August 29 - Oct 3*

6:30 - 9 p.m.

$105 until one week before; $125 after that
Throughout this introductory course, students will explore the basic concepts of improvisation in a warm, safe and supportive environment. The class is designed to build self-confidence and explore creativity using the fundamentals of improvisation. Designed for both actors and non-actors, it will expose students to:

Being – and reacting — in the moment.
Accepting and building on gifts from other classmates.
Embracing – and using — failure.
Co-creating with others (listening, communicating, giving & taking focus).
Thriving in an unscripted environment.
Students leaving this course will have a working understanding of the basic fundamentals of improvisational theater as well as an increased appreciation, and comfort, with being on stage without a script.

Improv Level 2 $105.00
Level 2 – Advanced Improv

(Prerequisite: Level 1)

Weds, August 30 - Oct 4*

6:30 - 9 p.m.

Showcase at 8:30 p.m. Oct 4

$105 until one week before; $125 after that

Level 2 Improv expands on fundamentals learned in Level 1 Improv in the same warm, safe and supportive environment. Continue building self-confidence and exploring creativity while engaging in a higher level of the “yes, and…” concept. Play short form improv games while also learning the foundations for solid scene work in a co-creative space that highlights reacting in the moment, giving and taking focus, active listening and failing with grace in an unscripted environment – on stage and off. Class culminates in a student showcase.
Little Stars September Pre School Classes $35.00
Little Stars
Drama for Pre-Schoolers 3& 4 yr old

Use body, imagination and voice to explore and breathe life into popular pre-school stories. In this class we introduce many aspects of the theatre arts: acting, singing, costume & props building as well as building comprehension, confidence and trust through individual & team exercises.

Every Wednesday starting Sept 6
10am – 10:45am
4 classes for $35

Sept 6 – Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Sept 13 – The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Sept 20 – The Tiny Seed
Sept 27 – The Grouchy Ladybug

Drop in classes $10 at the door only if space available.Call for space availability 825-1164.

Teaching artist: Kristin Pidcock


MILK LIKE SUGAR Reader's Theatre $50.00
WINTER BREAK READER’S THEATRE
Auditioned grades 9 – 12
Production fee upon casting: $50

Cast will work with a director to present a staged reading on Jan 5 at 7pm
Winner! 2012 Obie Award for Playwriting
Winner! 2011 Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award
Winner! 2011 San Diego Critics Circle Craig Noel Award for Outstanding New Play

It is Annie Desmond’s sixteenth birthday and her friends have decided to help her celebrate in style, complete with a brand new tattoo. Before her special night is over, however, Annie and her friends enter into a life altering pact. When Annie tries to make good on her promise to her friends, she is forced to take a good look at the world that surrounds her. She befriends Malik, who promises a bright future, and Keera, whose evangelical leanings inspire Annie in a way her young parents have not been able to do. In the end Annie’s choices propel her onto an irreversible path in this story that combines wit, poetry, and hope.

Description
Full Length Play

Drama

90 minutes

Time Period - Contemporary, Present Day, New Millennium/21st Century

Settings Of Play - Inner-city, U.S.A. Present Day. Annie's mothers apartment, her school, a rooftop, and a tattoo parlor.

FEATURES / CONTAINS

No intermission

Monologues, Scene work

Unit Set/Multiple Settings

Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

CAUTIONS

Alcohol, Intense Adult Themes, Strong Language

TAGS

Adolescence, Black issues, Current Events, Feminism, Friendship, Love, Parenting/Family

TARGET AUDIENCE

Adult, Teen (Age 14 - 18)

CASTING

2m, 5f

CASTING ATTRIBUTES

Role(s) for Black Actor(s), Features Teens, Multicultural casting, Strong Role for Leading Woman (Star Vehicle)

ANNIE
TALISHA
MARGIE
ANTWOINE
MALIK
MYRNA
KEERA


Nov 10 3 - 5 School's Out, Theatre's In $35.00
SOTI’S $35 per day
K – 2 Themed acting and improv games, music & hands on activites
3 – 5 Explore the story, music, choreography and costumes of a particular show(s)

October 16
K – 2: SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN & CLICK CLACK MOO
3 – 5: A Day with Matilda & Willy Wonka Musicals
10am – 3pm

November 10
K – 2: THE GREAT TURKEY RACE & THUMP, QUACK, MOO
3 – 5: A Day of music by Lin Manuel Miranda: Songs from In the Heights, Hamilton & Moana
Nov 10 K - 3 School's Out, Theatre's In $35.00
SOTI’S $35 per day
K – 2 Themed acting and improv games, music & hands on activites
3 – 5 Explore the story, music, choreography and costumes of a particular show(s)

October 16
K – 2: SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN & CLICK CLACK MOO
3 – 5: A Day with Matilda & Willy Wonka Musicals
10am – 3pm

November 10
K – 2: THE GREAT TURKEY RACE & THUMP, QUACK, MOO
3 – 5: A Day of music by Lin Manuel Miranda: Songs from In the Heights, Hamilton & Moana
Oct 16 3 - 5 School's Out, Theatre's In $35.00
SOTI’S $35 per day
K – 2 Themed acting and improv games, music & hands on activites
3 – 5 Explore the story, music, choreography and costumes of a particular show(s)

October 16
K – 2: SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN & CLICK CLACK MOO
3 – 5: A Day with Matilda & Willy Wonka Musicals
10am – 3pm

November 10
K – 2: THE GREAT TURKEY RACE & THUMP, QUACK, MOO
3 – 5: A Day of music by Lin Manuel Miranda: Songs from In the Heights, Hamilton & Moana
Oct 16 K - 2 School's Out, Theatre's In $35.00
SOTI’S $35 per day
K – 2 Themed acting and improv games, music & hands on activites
3 – 5 Explore the story, music, choreography and costumes of a particular show(s)

October 16
K – 2: SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN & CLICK CLACK MOO
3 – 5: A Day with Matilda & Willy Wonka Musicals
10am – 3pm

November 10
K – 2: THE GREAT TURKEY RACE & THUMP, QUACK, MOO
3 – 5: A Day of music by Lin Manuel Miranda: Songs from In the Heights, Hamilton & Moana
Winter Break Day Camp Dec 27 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm
Winter Break Day Camp Dec 28 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm
Winter Break Day Camp Dec 29 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm
Winter Break Day Camp Jan 2 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm
Winter Break Day Camp Jan 3 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm
Winter Break Day Camp Jan 4 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm

Jan 4 Teaching Artist: Rylee Kuberra
Winter Break Day Camp Jan 5 $35.00
WINTER BREAK DAY CAMP
$35 per day

Single day campers will enjoy acting and improv games, music, winter themed games, crafts and movies

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm

Jan 5 Teaching Artist: Rylee Kuberra
Winter Break Drama Camp $225.00
WINTER BREAK DRAMA CAMP
$225 for all 7 days


Week long campers will present an informal showcase of CHRISTMAS ON CANDY CANE LANE, a 20 min musical on Jan 5 at 2:30pm

Dec 27, 28 and 29
10am – 3pm

Jan 2, 3, 4, 5
10am – 3pm
Wizard of Oz, Tuition $300.00
The Young Performers’ Edition of THE WIZARD OF OZ is a one-hour adaptation specially tailored for elementary school and middle school aged actors. Dorothy Gale, a young girl living on a Kansas farm with her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, dreams of escaping her mundane life (“Over The Rainbow“). The family’s mean neighbor, Miss Gulch, threatens to impound Dorothy’s cherished dog, Toto, so Dorothy and Toto run away. They meet up with kindly Professor Marvel, who subtly convinces Dorothy to return home. Suddenly a cyclone hits, and Dorothy and Toto, seeking shelter in the house, are transported to the Land of Oz.

In Oz, Dorothy is greeted by Glinda, the Good Witch of the North. Apparently, Dorothy’s house has landed upon – and fatally stricken – the Wicked Witch of the East. The Munchkins, now freed from the Wicked Witch of the East, celebrate and hail Dorothy as their new heroine (“Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead/Munchkin Musical Sequence”). The celebration is interrupted as the Wicked Witch of the West suddenly appears, seeking vengeance. Unable to reclaim her sister’s shoes, which are now on Dorothy’s feet, the Witch vows to return and quickly vanishes. Dorothy, seeking a way back home to Kansas, sets off to see the Wizard of Oz (“Follow the Yellow Brick Road”).

Along the way, Dorothy meets three new friends, each of whom lacks a crucial characteristic: The Scarecrow (“If I Only Had A Brain”) The Tinman (“If I Only Had A Heart”) and the Lion (“If I Only Had The Nerve”). Together, the four new companions make their way towards Oz (“We’re Off To See The Wizard”). The Witch attempts to sedate the travelers with a poisonous field of poppies, but Glinda reverses the spell with healing snowflakes (“Poppies/Optimistic Voices”).

The travelers, arriving at the Emerald City, are delayed by a stubborn Gatekeeper, but Dorothy’s tears convince him to relent and let them in (“Merry Old Land Of Oz”). As the group awaits its audience with the Wizard, the Lion boasts he is “King Of The Forest.” Finally, they meet the imposing and irritable Wizard, who demands the broomstick of the Wicked Witch of the West.

The four friends travel deep into the haunted forest. Suddenly, they encounter jitterbugs, who make them dance until they collapse from exhaustion (“Jitterbug”). The Wicked Witch’s flying monkeys swoop down, capturing Dorothy and Toto. At the castle, the Witch vows to take Dorothy’s life. Meanwhile, the Lion, Scarecrow, and Tinman infiltrate the castle disguised as Winkie guards. The foursome and Toto are reunited, but the Wicked Witch interferes, threatening the Scarecrow with fire. Dorothy, dousing the flames with a bucket of water, accidentally strikes the Witch, who smoulders and melts into nothing (“Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead – Reprise”). The four friends, triumphant, take the Witch’s broom back to the Wizard.

The Wizard remains imperious and imposing, but Toto pulls aside a curtain to reveal a meek and ordinary man speaking into a microphone. The Wizard, revealed to be a “humbug,” nonetheless grants each traveler’s request, giving the Scarecrow, the Tinman, and the Lion each a token of his newly-acquired ability. The Wizard offers to take Dorothy back to Kansas in his hot-air balloon, but the balloon accidentally takes off, and Dorothy is left alone and crestfallen. Glinda appears and explains that Dorothy has always had the power to return home. All she has to do is close her eyes, tap her heels together three times, and repeat to herself, “There’s no place like home.”

60 minute performance

Rehearsals:
Tues & Thurs Sep 19 - Oct 26, and Wed Oct 25
5pm - 7pm
Grades 4 - 8
Tuition $300