McCoy Rigby Conservatory of the Arts Announces "National Youth Summer Stock" for Talented Young Singers and Dancers from So.California and Across the Nation E-mail
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Entertainment & Arts
Wednesday, 10 June 2009 11:18

Yorba Linda~The McCoy Rigby Conservatory of the Arts (MRCA) will launch the nation's only "Summer Stock" for talented young musical theatre performers, selected by audition from Southern California and throughout the United States, to be held in Orange County, California from July 13 through August 15, 2009.

 

Sixty exceptionally talented young singers and dancers with aspirations for careers on Broadway and in the entertainment industry, ages 14-21, will participate in this intensive five week repertory program consisting of master classes, workshops and rehearsals and culminating in the performance of three fully-staged musical theatre productions.

Under the direction of the MRCA's Artistic Director, David Green, participants will spend forty plus hours per week in classes and rehearsals with celebrated Broadway performers, writers, directors and choreographers and participate in three musicals, both on stage and "behind the scenes", including the West Coast non-professional premieres of CURTAINS, nominated for eight Tony Awards including Best Musical, and HAPPY DAYS - THE MUSICAL, fresh off the national tour.

Mr. Green has spent the past twenty four years training young people for careers on Broadway and for Film and Television and his alumni include Tony- nominees Susan Egan (Disney's Beauty and The Beast; Triumph of Love) and Matthew Morrison (The Light In The Piazza and Fox Television's "Glee") , Stephanie J. Block (9 to 5; Wicked; The Boy From Oz), Anneliese VanDerpol (Disney's Beauty and The Beast; Vanities and ABC-TV's "That's So Raven"), Allison Mack (WB TV's "Smallville") and Columbus Short (Stomp; Stomp The Yard; Cadillac Records) , and more.

Applications are currently available. For further information call 714-779-3545 or visit the MRCA website, www.mccoyrigby.com.

 

 
 

 

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