Center Stage Productions gears up for its annual theatre camps this summer.
Pictured above is the cast of last year’s Workshop III production of Fame, Jr.
As the temperature rises in the Delaware Valley, so do camps of all shapes and sizes. At Neumann University, Center Stage Productions (CSP) is no different in its preparations for another season of theatre camp.
CSP theatre camp offers four different programs: Workshop I, Theatre Camp for Little People, covers grades kindergarten through grade 3; Workshop II, Introduction to Theatre, covers grades 4 and 5; Workshop III, Showcase Workshop, covers grades 6 through 9 and will be performing Godspell, Jr.; and Workshop IV, High School Ensemble, covers grades 9 through 12 and will be performing Peter Pan, Jr. Workshops I-III begin on June 30 with Workshop IV beginning on July 8.
In the final weeks, campers experience performing first hand with each workshop producing its own individual show. Through this experience, they not only learn confidence in public speaking and teamwork but also make lasting friendships with campers as they continue year after year.
“I am proud to give students the experience I had, giving youngsters the opportunity to live and feel the stage experience in which they can believe in their dreams and see their imaginations come to life in a live performance,” said Becky Mehl, instructor for Workshop IV. “I am proud every year to see my students blossom on the stage and find that performance bug.”
Dedicated to the love of theatre, music and dance, a group of teachers formed the Chichester Community Theatre in 1984. In order to reach out beyond the local community the name changed to Center Stage Productions. The organization is an independent, self-supporting institution working to enhance the role of live theatre in the community. Center Stage productions takes pride in the creation of theatre meant to be an educational, enlightening and enjoyable experience.
Center Stage Productions is prepared for another year of fun, friends and exciting performances. For more information please call 610-558-5626. For registration forms, e-mail Nicholas DiMarino at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out www.neumann.edu/Arts.
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