Save the Date: Spring Shows are May 15, 16 and 17th

Performers have the opportunity to work with professionals in the industry right in the heart of West Chester.

How To Eat Like a Child (a musical):

BUY TICKETS – How to Eat Like a Child, Saturday, May 16, 2pm

BUY TICKETS – How to Eat Like a Child, Sunday, May 17, 2pm

Director: Therese Walden Murphy, Musical Director: Christine Fisher

Book by Delia Ephron, John  Forster & Judith Kahan,  Music and Lyrics: John Forster.  This show will highlight 15-20 3rd-6th grade performers in hysterical roles.  Although this is a musical, there are many roles for non singers!  This musical romp, through the joys and sorrows of being a child, is hilarious.  Children give 23 lessons in such subjects as how to beg for a dog, how to torture your sister, how to act after being sent to your room and how to laugh hysterically.  The pace is fast, the tone subversive and the recognition instant.

Midsummer.com

BUY TICKETS - Midsummer.com, Friday, May 15, 7pm

BUY TICKETS - Midsummer.com, Saturday, May 16, 7pm

Directors: Therese Walden Murphy & Kristin McLaughlin

By Flip Kobler & Cindy Marcus.  This show will highlight 20  6th-12th grade performers in amazing roles.  Titania and Oberon just can’t make it work.  In a fit of mutually jealous rage they inadvertently zap themselves and all the fairies into our very real world – right in the middle of a teen summer theatre camp.  Now Puck and the fairies must find a way to reignite the love between their king and queen, or the whole group will be stuck here forever.  With real life mirroring the Bard’s greatest comedy, it’ll take more than a little magic to get Cupid to hit the right targets.

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Lighting & Sound Designer: Francis Licopoli & Christine Petrini

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Make sure to register for your favorite acting and/or musical theater camp and train with professionals!

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Storybook Theater: 4-7 years old

June 15-19, July 6-10, August 3-7

Creative Theater: 7-10 years old

June 22-26, August 3-7

Performance Theater: 8-11 years old

July 20-24

Improv Theater: 9-14 years old

July 27-31

Glee Week: 9-16 years old

July 13-17, August 10-14

Theatrical Production: 11-17 years old

August 17-21

Acting for the Camera: 11-17 years old

June 29-30


Private Coaching is available with Therese Walden Murphy

Mondays at the studio between 4:30-7:30.  Email or call to set up a time to work on your monologues, songs and auditions.