For two weeks in the summer, join our highly trained teaching artists and master class Broadway performers for in-depth training, a dynamic performance of a Broadway musical, and a place to make friends with other teens like you! Professional experience is not required. Develop your talents and experience performing at a professional theatre with directors and designers from all areas of the industry. We’ve combined intense theatre instruction with what makes Mount Gretna unique; Nowhere else can you experience a stage combat class while hiking, or end a day of dancing by swimming in the Gretna lake! The two weeks of classes, workshops, and group rehearsal will culminate in presenting a full musical production at the end of camp for our audience of family and friends on Gretna Theatre’s Mainstage. Ages 10 - 18
Dates and Time:
June 8 – June 19, 2020
Performance on June 19, 2020 at Gretna Theatre
Daily schedule 9AM – 5PM
June 8-12 - Elizabethtown College
June 15-19 - Gretna Theatre
$400 – includes all activities and materials
That's only $5 an hour for memories and connections to last a lifetime. Students receive camp T-shirt, show materials, and all workshop/masterclass fees are covered!
Students bring their own daily lunch, water, and snacks.
Registration (Ages 10-18):
Enroll today and reserve your spot this summer!
Registration Form (HERE PDF). Please fill out and mail in registration for each student along with a $100 deposit check.
MEET THE DIRECTOR
RANDALL FRIZADO - National Tours: Bye, Bye, Birdie (starring Troy Donahue), Big River, Barry Manilow’s Copacabana and Seussical, The Musical. Off-Broadway: Face The Music. Regional: Into the Woods, The Sound of MusiC, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Carousel, The All Night Strut, Do Black Patent Leather Shoes…, Crazy for You, Tomfoolery (Randall – Shelly Award), Little Shop Of Horrors, Steve Martin’s Picasso At The Lapin Agile, Noises Off, Bus Stop, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Lend Me A Tenor and many more. Randall is a Broadway World Award Winner for his performance in Gypsy. Training: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Randall is the winner of the Florence Bowler Vocal Scholarship, as well as a proud member of Actors Equity! Randall is also an Adjunct Professor in the Theatre Department at York College of Pennsylvania. Randall is co-host of the podcast Boys Do Like Musicals, Girls Do Like Sports, on iTunes.