This semester we are taking things back to Square One; what makes a great stage experience. Each class is designed for the beginning and intermediate student looking to learn and hone the fundamental skills of theatre arts in a fun and supportive environment. Tackle acting, auditions, dance, improv and more.
Picking right up where we left off last semester, we continue to explore what makes a great stage experience. Each class is designed for the beginning and intermediate student looking to learn and hone the fundamental skills of theatre arts in a fun and supportive environment. No experience necessary. Tackle acting, auditions, dance, improv and more.
WORLD PREMIERE - $10
2.25.17, 9 - 10:30 am. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Work with your ensemble to put your own spin on a favorite story, character or universe. Through acting exercises, group brainstorm, and improvisation, create a world premiere ten-minute studio play.
IMPROVISATION - $10
2.25.17, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. Huron Public Library. Room A.
Make it up as you go! Learn to trust your instincts, make dynamic choices on the fly, and spontaneously create original characters and story lines. For All Ages!
Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is excited to offer SHOWCASE 2018, a musical theatre boot camp beginning February 26. SHOWCASE provides students with demanding material, and seeks to challenge them as artists, educate them in a professional setting, and increase their confidence as they learn to trust their instincts.
In SHOWCASE, students tear apart and explore musical scenes and numbers from the works of some of musical theatre’s greatest composers, lyricists, and book writing teams. Develop acting and singing chops with songs and scenes from My Fair Lady to Cats to Dear Evan Hansen.
The material worked on during SHOWCASE will be presented as part of a unique musical revue March 23 and 24 at BGSU Firelands College. All participating SHOWCASE students are invited to perform.
SHOWCASE meets Monday-Tuesday, February 26 - March 13, and Tuesday-Thursday March 20-22 from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm for ages 10-13, and 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm for ages 14-18 in the McBride Auditorium. Cost for SHOWCASE is $15 per class or $20 per week. It is open to students ages 10*-18 with a passion for theatre and musical theatre. SHOWCASE is designed for actors, singers and dancers with a commitment to refining their craft. Artists and design students may also utilize this intensive to hone their creative skills with professional designers.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
AT A GLANCE
What: CCYT presents SHOWCASE
Who: Students ages 10*-18
When: February 26 & 27, March 5 & 6, 12 & 13, 20 & 21 (March 22 Dress Rehearsal for revue)
Performances: March 23 at 7:00 pm and March 24 at 2:00 pm.
Where: McBride Auditorium, BGSU Firelands College
Cost: $15 per class, $20 per week
*Students who turn 10 before 12/31/2018 may participate with permission from Artistic Director
AUDITION MASTERCLASS - FREE
3.4.17, 9-10 am. Huron Public Library. Room A.
The perfect class to ready yourself for a musical theatre audition (which follows directly after the class)! We will cover the walk-and-talk aspects of an audition as well as song choices and how to show yourself best during a dance. This class is for EVERYONE.
Auditions for our Spring Junior Show: MADAGASCAR A MUSICAL ADVENTURE, are directly following the audition masterclass! Boost your confidence in the class and then stick around from 10-12 to audition for the new musical based on the animated hit movie.
What: Auditions for Madagascar, A Musical Adventure
When: March 4: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Huron Public Library, Room A
Who: Actors, ages 6-12. No experience necessary
How: Audition details can be found at www.firelands.bgsu.edu/ccyt
Rehearsals begin March 13 and are Monday-Thursday, 5-7 pm at BGSU Firelands College. Production
"Set the Stage!" is Caryl Crane Youth Theatre’s new educational outreach program designed to offer children from the surrounding school districts the opportunity to see their first live theatrical show at no cost. The experience, which includes admission to an unabridged performance of each show in the 3CT 2012-2013 season, as well as educational and artistic interaction opportunities, will provide the initial theatre exposure a child needs to foster an interest and passion in the theatre arts for life.
Launched in January 2012, “Set the Stage” offers children (12 and under) and their parents, who may be faced with economic hardship, free admission to each production in CCYT's current season. All applications must be received in writing and will be reviewed and awarded on a first-come basis, and in consideration of qualifying income levels. Each show of our current season will participate in one non-public performance for the “Set the Stage” program and will consist of study guide materials, a pre-show interactive workshop with the various designers, an unabridged performance and a post-show discussion with the actors and director. Please contact 419.372.0642 if you would like to learn more, or be on the organizing end of the program.
CALLING ALL TEENS!
Earn up to 100 service hours by...HAVING FUN!
The Teen Board of Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is looking to recruit new members, ages 13-18 from different area middle and high schools, to the 2011-2012 Teen Board. The board's mission is to build participation among peers in support of CCYT’s teen programming, including: stage productions, outreach, and community events.
What exactly is the CCYT Teen Board?
CCYT’s Teen Board exists to create revolutionary theatre experiences, and to advance theatre as a means of educating, challenging and inspiring teenagers in our community.
The CCYT Teen Board:
- Twenty-Four middle and high school students, 13 to 18 years old
- Operates in conjunction with CCYT’s Advisory Board
- Attends weekly meetings to develop and lead teen programs, including special events and outreach
- Learns about theatre operations and management
- Creates communications for teens
- Meets with Artistic Director to establish programming
- Meets arts professionals and leading regional artists
- Represents CCYT in the community
- Develops leadership skills
- Has FUN!
Participate in all teen board events this season, including teen-coordinated fundraisers, group trips to local theatres, and cool performance opportunities like the Senior showcase and The Ronald M. Ruble New Play Festival!
Those interested in becoming part of CCYT’s Teen Board contact Brian Marshall: email@example.com
Caryl Crane Youth Theatre presents Annie The Broadway Musical. Book by Thomas Meehan. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Direction by Brian Marshall.
February 16 and 23 at 7:30 p.m.
February 17, 18, 24, and 25 at 2:00 p.m.
Call 419-626-1950 or visit Sandusky State for tickets.
This production is generiously supported by Bignoli Entreprises, Goodwill Industries, and the Mylander Foundation.