Stage Scene & Song Performing Arts Summer Youth Camp Open for Registration; Deadline 6/27
It's not too late to be part of this unique and educational summer youth theater camp. Registration for Stage Scene & Song Performing Arts' Summer Youth Theater Collaborative is open until June 27th, and spots are filling up. The incredibly affordable 5-week long program beginsJuly 1st and culminates in a production of the hilarious, award-winning musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, by Jeffrey Lane and David Yazbek, playing August 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.
The Summer Youth Theater Collaborative is a 5-week comprehensive training program that meets Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm, starting July 1st. at The Center For Modern Dance Education, 84 Euclid Avenue in Hackensack. Participants ages 12-18 will find there's a role for each of them, be it on stage or off. Following an organized daily schedule, they will work with our directors and associates who will mentor them on the different aspects of theater production: set, costume, props, lighting, and sound design; performance, directing and stage management; even producing. The summer program culminates in a production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, directed by Frank Avellino, with Musical Direction by Argine Safari, at the Adler Theater on the Ramapo College campus. Tuition for the entire program is still only $900, making it the most affordable full-time-full-theater training camp for teens in town.
Stage, Scene, & Song Performing Arts (3sPA) grew out of the love and dedication founders Ellyn Essig (Rivervale), Argine Safari (Fort Lee), and Frank Avellino (Hackensack) have for the creative and inspiring aspects of live theater production and entertainment. Essig, Safari, and Avellino came together to provide the perfect space for today's youth - tomorrow's performers, designers, and technicians - to explore all the creative and practical facets of the theater and performance industry.
"The Performing Arts is one of the most creative and collaborative endeavors a person can take part in. And nothing is more rewarding than witnessing children exploring their dreams of becoming an actor, director, set designer, or perhaps playwright, setting themselves on a potentially thrilling career path," said Avellino. "At 3sPA, children will hone their individual talents, develop leadership skills, experience the reward of achievement, and gain the confidence to know that, with respect and collaboration, they can build a living, breathing production where nothing stood before."
Visit www.3sPA.org or email Stage Scene & Song (info@3sPA.org) with any questions regarding enrolling in this unique youth theater company and to view their year-long programming for ages 12-18. Like us on Facebook at Stage Scene & Song Performing Arts. www.3sPA.org