Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Centenary Stage Company’s Young Performers Workshop holding Fall Session interviews

Scene from YPW's Camelot

Centenary Stage Company’s critically acclaimed Young Performers Workshop will be holding Fall Session interviews by appointment on Saturday August 13 and Sunday August 14. 

Led by theatre, TV and film veteran Michael Blevins, the Fall Session will run 15 weeks and culminates in a two-week Winter Festival of Shows. Students of YPW’s Fall Session will also have the opportunity to participate in Centenary Stage Company’s main stage family holiday musical, Mary Poppins. 

Classes meet Saturdays by section between the hours of 10 am – 6 pm. Students will rehearse productions while also studying voice, dance, and acting. Registration is open to students 8 – 18 and no prior experience is required.

The Centenary Stage Company Young Performers Workshop (YPW) is a musical theatre program under the auspices of the Centenary Stage Company, a not-for-profit professional Equity Theatre Company in residence at Centenary College. YPW is dedicated to the enrichment of young lives through the use of theatre arts and serves as a greenhouse for cultivating young theatre performers ages 8 – 18. 

The program is one of the few that offers both formal training and production experience while designed to meet the needs of beginning, intermediate and advanced young performers. The program includes the production of two major musicals.

For more information visit us on-line at To schedule an interview contact the Centenary Stage Company administrative Office at (908) 979 – 0900. All new applicants must schedule an interview for admittance into the program. Early appointments receive priority placement as enrollment is competitive and limited. Deadline for registration is September 1, 2015.

The Young Performers Workshop is part of the educational arm of the professional Centenary Stage Company. Programs at CSC are made possible through the generous support of the Geraldine Dodge Foundation, the NJ State Council on the Arts, and CSC members and sponsors.

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