Stage Right School for the Performing Arts in Greensburg has kicked off its Summer with the first of 5 Summer Camps for kids ages 6 months to 18 years old, as well as, people with Special Needs. The first camp for kids ages 8-18 kicked off June 7th and will run to June 27th. This camp has 83 students and will feature the Teen students performing the Musical “Heathers”, based on the movie of the same name, and the Pre-teens a Middle School version of the rock and roll musical “Rock of Ages”. Each age group for the camps takes classes in Acting, Voice, and Dance, as well as, enjoys in-person Masterclasses from Broadway performers: Lenora Nemetz (“Chicago”, “Working”, “Gypsy”) and Allan Snyder (“Les Miserables”, First National Tour of “Phantom of the Opera” as the Phantom) Students will also work with CMU Musical Theatre Voice professor Claudia Benack. As part of these camps, every student will receive a professional headshot done by Stacey Louise Photography. The Second Camp for the same age groups, which runs July 5th – 25th. For this camp the Teens will be performing “The Addams Family” and the Pre-teens will be doing “The Wizard of Oz”. There are 56 students already registered for this second camp, but there is still room for you! You can register for any of the camps by going to www.stagerightgreensburg.com/register.
Stage Right’s Music Together Program, a nationally renowned immersive music program for families with children aged 6 months to 4 years, will have a “Harmonica” Camp July 6th – August 5th. Classes are Saturdays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Stage Right’s Stars of Tomorrow Camp for kids ages 4-7 runs July 26th – 30th. from 10 am to Noon. The kids will perform the mini-musical “Broadway Beat”, featuring some of Broadway’s greatest hits!
Also during the week of July 26th – 30th, the Spectrum Theatre Initiative Camp, for people of all ages with special needs, will run from 1 pm to 3 pm each day. This program uses drama and music to reach kids in innovative and exciting ways, based on national autism programs. To find out more information on any of these camps please visit our website at www.stagerightgreensburg.com or give us a call at 724-832-7464.