This after-school program, aimed at children and teens, allows them to feel the excitement of being on stage! Attendants are coached as they rehearse for their full-scale production or recital.
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Theatre Fun for Young Actors
THE 2017 CSI RECITAL WILL TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY, MAY 11th 2017 FROM 6-7pm & 7-9pm and will feature performances from Creative Performance, Acting 1 & 2, Vocal Performance 1 & 2, Performance Collective, and our Privately Coached Students.
Grades K – 2 | Wednesdays, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
These young performers build their self-esteem and creativity through theatre games, body expression, dance, and singing techniques. With class that includes study in DANCE, MUSIC & DRAMA, each child’s skill level is determined and further developed.
Grades 3 – 5 | Wednesdays, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Grades 6 – 8 | Wednesdays, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Acting is a necessary class for those interested in developing skills to enhance the quality of their performance. The curriculum is filled with fun and innovative exercises, which include theatre games, improvs, monologue work and character studies. Each child’s skill level is determined and further developed.
OUR VOCAL GROUPS
The main theme of this class is to build a song and dance group that performs locally. The curriculum is filled with necessary vocal techniques; harmonizing, blending, and music sight-reading. To build each students stamina and performance skills, there will be a focus on choreography as well. Each childs skill level is determined and further developed.
Grades 3 – 5 | Wednesdays, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Grades 6 – 8 | Wednesdays at 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Shows are not cast until November – students can still join after casting for ensemble roles.
Our programs are developed on a once a week format so students can participate without conflicting their busy schedules. The students attend rehearsals/classes in each area of study: MUSIC, DANCE and ACTING. Casting begins in early November when our production staff has the chance to see the students’ capabilities. Everyone gets a role as either a lead, supporting or ensemble member, which is a reflection of each individual’s abilities and helps them further develop his/her own style. Their strongest achievement will be their performance in a full-scale Broadway style show at the end of the season, which is accomplished through invigorating work and dedication.
MADAGASCAR: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE
MONDAYS / 5:30pm-8:30pm / GRADES: 4-7
Techniques taught are a combination of traditional and innovative theatre. A strong emphasis is placed on character development, vocal training, dance techniques as used in musical theatre, and an overall enthusiastic approach to theatre study.
Take a journey out of the zoo and onto the stage with your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends. Based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar – A Musical Adventure sees the characters escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and finds them on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar. Filled with outlandish characters, adventure galore and an upbeat score, Madagascar will have everyone involved highly entertained as we have no choice but to “Move It, Move It!”
SHOW DATE: THURSDAY / MAY 18th 2017 / 6:30pm
TUESDAYS / 6:00pm-9:00pm / GRADES: 8 & Up
The show is used as a vehicle to teach techniques that are more intriguing and challenging for their age group. These techniques include the following: characters and their connection to emotions, needs, and relationships, and how singing has an emotional connection to the character. Techniques to develop abilities and understandings in musical theatre dance are also emphasized.
Find your grail and get the chance of a lifetime to be a part of one of the greatest Broadway musicals of the modern age. The Tony® Award Winning Best Musical SPAMALOT is lovingly ripped off from the classic comedy film MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL. SPAMALOT retells the legend of King Arthur and features a bevy of beautiful show girls, not to mention cows, killer rabbits, and French people as there are a plethora of roles for both females and males! The laughs are plentiful as the cast sings and dances thru one of the best told love stories of the renaissance.
SHOW DATES: THURSDAY & FRIDAY / MAY 4th & 5th / 7:00pm
Ages 8 – Adult
Appointments depend on instructor’s schedule.
Half Hour & Hour Classes
Private voice is a strong one on one study of the performer’s vocal technique. It is a necessary class for those interested in developing the skills to improve voice and professional expertise. This class is recommended for anyone who is interested in singing.
Everything an actor needs to develop the skills necessary to succeed. You’ll be prepared for anything from school auditions, districts, college interviews or agency calls. If you’re ready for a career, private acting will teach you what you need to know to succeed in the industry. Private acting also includes preparation for Thespian competitions, either individual or group pieces.
Our talented and Compassionate staff hails from such reputable institutions as AADA, AMDA, Boston Conservatory, Florida State University and are National Board Certified Ajudicators. Their performance credits include Broadway, national tours, Disney, film & television and the Joffrey Ballet. Our staff has trained with the best: Baryshnikov, Meisner, Morris, Shurtleff, and more!
WHY STUDY THE ARTS
Studies show that participation in the performing arts increases a child’s verbal ability, expressiveness, reasoning, and logical thinking. The performing arts teach children about people unlike themselves: other times, cultures, ideologies. They learn to see, hear and think differently, and gain valuable perspective on their own cultures and beliefs.
Studying the arts will stimulate and develop the imagination, as well as refine cognitive and creative skills. Performing arts encourages self-discipline, self-expression, calmness, and fulfillment. The confidence that your child will gain from the performing arts will positively affect every aspect of their life.
Performing arts, like any talent, must be nurtured and practiced consistently to ensure the best possible results. It is suggested that those interested in performing should continually participate in any school or community program available, such as drama, dance, chorus and band.
CSI & WHO WE ARE
CSI (Coral Springs Institute for the Performing Arts) is proud to be a flourishing part of the Coral Springs/ Parkland community, and is designed to offer children 5 – 19 years of age the opportunity to learn and experience show business first hand. Our NEXT STOP BROADWAY summer camp is a popular place to be, and our multiple sessions accommodate a variety of schedules. Summer shows allow our campers an introduction to performing, but studying during the school year is designed so each student is more involved and receives individual attention. All our programs culminate in full-scale Broadway style productions performed on a professional stage.
CSI is nestled at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, a first-class performing arts facility, which includes a 1,471-seat theatre and the Coral Springs Museum of Art. The Center for the Arts is also home to Broadway tours, concerts, educational children’s entertainment and the Pops Symphony Orchestra. CSI is fortunate to be housed at the Center using the prestigious theatre, dramatic dance studio and meeting rooms for all our classes.
WHY CHOOSE US
Coral Springs Institute’s program concentrates on what young people gain from their participation: confidence, creativity, enthusiasm, teamwork, inventiveness, quick thinking, friendship, communication skills, self-discipline, and responsibility. These aspects of performing are invaluable in life, on and off stage.
Our Staff is not only comprised of professionals in their fields, but they are also compassionate and dedicated teachers. Our students are important to everyone and “kids are not just a face,” but part of our CSI family. Studying theatre at CSI is different than just putting on a play – our shows are the vehicles by which we teach technique and the skills needed to perform. Our program is structured to be a safe and nurturing environment, allowing children a place to discover and reach their potential, not just on stage but for life. The skills, friendships, and memories learned at CSI will last a lifetime.
The Coral Springs Center for the Arts is proud to offer scholarships to young people interested in studying performing arts at the Coral Springs Institute for the Performing Arts. Awards are used to offset tuition for attending Next Stop Broadway during the summer as well as training during the school year with classes in singing, acting and performance. Scholarships are awarded based on three criteria: merit, financial need and talent. If interested each applicant must complete the scholarship application packet and go through an audition process.
Scholarship Application Packets must be filled out COMPLETELY and turned in to the Next Stop Broadway Office or e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.