We welcome performers of all ages and all experiences to audition for our shows. A percentage of our students have the opportunity to participate in our seasonal productions with the goal of gaining the experience of a live production with other performers. We encourage students to audition and put their skills into action. The focus is more on the process of learning in an encouraging environment rather than the final product.
We hope to see you at auditions and we would love to work with you in any future productions.
Live via Zoom
Miss performing live? In front of an audience? We put on virtual concerts for performers who want to sing from home and share their voice to an online community.
Participate in these projects where we provide sheet music, blocking, choreography to song selections from a musical. It involves singing AND dancing. Less expensive than a licensed production. After we rehearse, we instruct performers to film their parts from home and send it back in for us to professionally edit into a mini musical for anyone to see on YouTube.
We also put on virtual cabarets, where performers film on their own time with tracks provided. They have creative freedom on how they want to film their song. There are no rehearsals. Each cabaret has a different theme and we edit all the videos into one entire cabaret to be uploaded for online viewing.
Performing in-person will be a great opportunity for those who want to perform in front of others and build a show as a community. We are starting small with groups of people who are interested in the local area. Currently, we are located in Southern California. We will have cabarets, concerts, showcases, revues, and full productions.
Interested in performing? Click to see auditions.
Benefits of Performing
By performing in front of others, you will develop a mindset that will enhance your braver self.
Dedicating a set time for rehearsals will cultivate a habit of being punctual, prepared, and professional.
Creating a show takes a village! It requires every person to pull their weight and give full efforts to make a show happen.