Musical Theatre

The Musical Theatre program is open to students who have finished grades 5-12.  While at this week long camp, campers learn about the various aspects of presenting a successful show: acting, singing, movement techniques, stage combat, as well as how to serve as chorus members, dancers, and lead characters.

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Campers prepare scenes from different musicals to perform at the end of the week.  Campers who have completed grades 9-12 experience a more intense and involved program.  The professional teaching faculty focus on all the essential elements of a successful musical production and participants have a well-rounded acting experience.  A $20 music fee is included in the registration fee to cover the purchase and printing of camper music.  Music can be brought home at the end of the week.  Register early, and join us for a thrilling week on stage at IMC!

Musical Theatre – Grades 5-12 – July 4-10, 2021 (tentative)
$470 USD if registered before May 1 or $485 USD after May 1

Add one set of two Private Lessons with one of our Artist Faculty for only $35!

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See below the faculty list for Sunday afternoon audition information!

2020 Musical Theatre Faculty - Session 3 - June 28 - July 4, 2020

Instructor Info 
Dr. Katherine Noone
Coordinator & Instructor
University of Texas - Arlington
Cedar Hill, Texas
Bio
Paulette Cocke
Instructor
Arlington, Texas
Bio
Michael Lenz
Instructor
North Dakota State University
Cottonwood, Minnesota
Bio
AJ Martinez
Instructor
Arlington, Texas
Bio
Julie Adams
Voice Instructor
Fargo, North Dakota
Bio
Joel Walters
Voice Instructor
Dickinson State University
Dickinson, North Dakota
Bio
Gretchen Kindseth PicGretchen Kindseth
Accompanist
Grand Forks, North Dakota
Bio
Vicky Nooe
Accompanist
Irving, Texas
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Click here for directions about what to bring for Musical Theatre in 2019!

2020 Sunday Afternoon Audition Material - Middle School and High School - Male Campers

PieceResources
Male Musical Theatre Campers - Choose one song to prepare for your audition.
How Lucky You Are
(Seussical)
This song is sung by the Cat in the Hat (who can be played by a male or female) who is trying to cheer up the whining Mayzie and remind her of the good things in life.
Sheet Music

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All That's Known
(Spring Awakening)
This song is sung by Melchior, who is a brilliant teen stuck in a very strict school. He is questioning his teachers, the school, and the world as to why he has to learn this way.
Sheet Music

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2020 Sunday Afternoon Audition Material - Middle School and High School - Female Campers

PieceResources
Female Musical Theatre Campers - Choose one song to prepare for your audition.
All That Jazz
(Chicago)
This song is sung by Velma at the opening of the show, setting the world of corruption, greed, and violence in Chicago’s 1920’s Jazz Age.
Sheet Music

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Is It Really Me?
(100 in the Shade)
This song is sung by the main lead female character, Lizzie, who thinks she is plain.
However, a mysterious man named Starbuck comes to town and tells her she is beautiful. This song is her discovering her beauty.
Sheet Music

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How Lucky You Are
(Seussical)
This song is sung by the Cat in the Hat (who can be played by a male or female) who is trying to cheer up the whining Mayzie and remind her of the good things in life.
Sheet Music

mp3