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OnStage bridges the student's work in our classrooms with a professional theatre experience. This program is only open to students who enroll in our School of Theatre Training. This performance experience affords students the opportunity to bring their training and talent to the stage and work alongside professional directors and designers.

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This intensive five-week program occurs every spring and requires commitment from both students and parents. Open Enrollment students participate in a lottery to receive placement in OnStage. Conservatory students are exempt from the lottery and receive early registration into the program.

After the all the registrations have been filled, students audition with a one-minute monologue and a 16-32 bar cut of song. Foundations students are not required to have either prepared, as a short monologue will be provided, and we will either have them sing “Happy Birthday” or sing scales with our accompanist.

Directors, with advisement from Education staff, place students into one of the four show groups. During callbacks, directors will make the final determinations on casting the roles for the production. Spring 2020 titles include: The Sound of Music G2KY Ed., Hairspray Jr., Wilde Tales, and Antigone.

Important OnStage Dates Spring 2020

NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are moving to online submitted auditions for 2020-21.

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Lottery Sign-up February 17-19
Lottery Announcement February 24
Registration February 25-28
Auditions March 15-16
Callbacks March 23
Parent Orientation March 30, 6-7 p.m.
Mon. to Thu. Rehearsals March 31-April 8, April 20 to May 7
Weekend Rehearsal May 8-9
Tech and Dress Rehearsal May 11-14
Performances May 15-17

Behind the Scenes at OnStage
Check out this video created by some of our students detailing the OnStage experience. And be sure to get your tickets for the OnStage shows when they go on sale this spring!

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Education Team

Michelle Long
Director of Education

Micah Hein
Camps & Community Programs Manager

Adam Montague
Early Childhood & School of Theatre Training Manager

Mavis Scully
Resident Teaching Artist

Karen Steele
Resident Teaching Artist

Stephanie Hurtado-Hoyos
Education Administrative Assistant

For more information about our education programs call 704-973-2837. Se habla español.