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It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

8:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Children's Classes

Whose Line Is It?

Musical Theatre - Saturday April 5
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $60
Students learn the basics of musical theatre, developing their skills in dance, voice, and musical theatre presentation styles, including basic vocal technique and musical scenes. Young performers acquire the skills that will become the foundation for performing in musicals through solo and ensemble material.

Acting - Saturdary April 12
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Sharpen your skills be exploring acting techniques and build a solid acting foundation by developing listening, interacting, and reacting skills working with scene partners and learning theatre games as a group. Students will discover creativity and imagination while working through scenes and monologues.

Creating Character - Saturday April 19
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
An actor's job is to tell a story truthfully and convincingly, and character is everything. Who are you? What are your objectives, motivations, dreams, fears, obstacles? A three dimensional, believable character starts with a solid foundation of knowing who you are, from where you came, and where you want to go. Learn to discover your character through exploration, observation, research, ensemble work, and other creative methods.

Whose Line Is It? - Saturday April 26
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Always wanted to be on Saturday Night Live? In this improv and sketch comedy workshop, you will play theatre games and use short form scenes to increase your listening and ensemble building skills.

Shakespeare Shenanigans - Saturday May 3
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Teens will receive a hands-on introduction to Shakespeare through the art of theatre. This workshop includes history and text, highlighting vocal, physical, and acting techniques used in performing Shakespeare.

AUDITION! - Saturday May10
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Have you ever gone to an audition and not really known what to do or what was expected of you? Relax...in this workshop students will learn how to prepare for auditions, the art of the cold reading, professional behavior and personal appearance for the audition. Wear comfortable clothes. No previous experience necessary.

SUMMER CAMP: A Musical Caper About FiNDiNG A PlACe tO BeLoNG! - Monday June 16 - Friday June 27

Ages Grade 6 - 8
12:30pm - 3pm
Performance Showcase Saturday June 28 @ 1:00pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore what it's like to be at summer camp through acting, song, and dance! We'll bring to life crazy camper characters and discover the scenery of Camp Runamok! Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

When I Grow Up! A Musical - Monday July 7 - Friday July 18
Ages Grade 2 - 5
9:00am - 11:30am
Performance Showcase Friday July 18 @ 6:30pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore what it's like to be a movie star, a cowboy, a sailor, and more through word, song, and dance! We'll create characters and costumes to portray our dream jobs. Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.

Americans All: A Musical - Monday July 28 - Friday August 8
Ages Grade 2 - 5
9:00am - 11:30am
Performance Showcase Friday August 8 @ 1:00pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore cultures and traditions from around the world that have become part of the America's culture through word, song, and dance! We'll create scenery and props to represent various cultures. Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

Acting Intensive Session 1 - Monday June 16 - Friday June 27
Ages High School and up
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Cost: $300
This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

Acting Intensive Session 2 - Monday July 28 - Friday August 8
Ages High School and up
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Cost: $300
This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

 

2:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Company

Company

It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

8:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Company

Company

It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

2:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Company

Company

It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

8:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Children's Classes

Shakespeare Shenanigans

Musical Theatre - Saturday April 5
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $60
Students learn the basics of musical theatre, developing their skills in dance, voice, and musical theatre presentation styles, including basic vocal technique and musical scenes. Young performers acquire the skills that will become the foundation for performing in musicals through solo and ensemble material.

Acting - Saturdary April 12
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Sharpen your skills be exploring acting techniques and build a solid acting foundation by developing listening, interacting, and reacting skills working with scene partners and learning theatre games as a group. Students will discover creativity and imagination while working through scenes and monologues.

Creating Character - Saturday April 19
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
An actor's job is to tell a story truthfully and convincingly, and character is everything. Who are you? What are your objectives, motivations, dreams, fears, obstacles? A three dimensional, believable character starts with a solid foundation of knowing who you are, from where you came, and where you want to go. Learn to discover your character through exploration, observation, research, ensemble work, and other creative methods.

Whose Line Is It? - Saturday April 26
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Always wanted to be on Saturday Night Live? In this improv and sketch comedy workshop, you will play theatre games and use short form scenes to increase your listening and ensemble building skills.

Shakespeare Shenanigans - Saturday May 3
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Teens will receive a hands-on introduction to Shakespeare through the art of theatre. This workshop includes history and text, highlighting vocal, physical, and acting techniques used in performing Shakespeare.

AUDITION! - Saturday May10
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Have you ever gone to an audition and not really known what to do or what was expected of you? Relax...in this workshop students will learn how to prepare for auditions, the art of the cold reading, professional behavior and personal appearance for the audition. Wear comfortable clothes. No previous experience necessary.

SUMMER CAMP: A Musical Caper About FiNDiNG A PlACe tO BeLoNG! - Monday June 16 - Friday June 27

Ages Grade 6 - 8
12:30pm - 3pm
Performance Showcase Saturday June 28 @ 1:00pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore what it's like to be at summer camp through acting, song, and dance! We'll bring to life crazy camper characters and discover the scenery of Camp Runamok! Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

When I Grow Up! A Musical - Monday July 7 - Friday July 18
Ages Grade 2 - 5
9:00am - 11:30am
Performance Showcase Friday July 18 @ 6:30pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore what it's like to be a movie star, a cowboy, a sailor, and more through word, song, and dance! We'll create characters and costumes to portray our dream jobs. Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.

Americans All: A Musical - Monday July 28 - Friday August 8
Ages Grade 2 - 5
9:00am - 11:30am
Performance Showcase Friday August 8 @ 1:00pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore cultures and traditions from around the world that have become part of the America's culture through word, song, and dance! We'll create scenery and props to represent various cultures. Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

Acting Intensive Session 1 - Monday June 16 - Friday June 27
Ages High School and up
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Cost: $300
This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

Acting Intensive Session 2 - Monday July 28 - Friday August 8
Ages High School and up
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Cost: $300
This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

 

2:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Company

Company

It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

8:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Company

Company

It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

2:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Company

Company

It seems everyone but Robert is married or getting married, and they are all eager for their bachelor friend to follow in their footsteps, but Robert isn't quite ready to take the plunge. He's sure that

"Someone Is Waiting", the perfect girl just for him, and until she makes herself known, he is content to

amuse himself with the countless women who come to New York every day. Meanwhile, Robert has the opportunity to observe the lives of all of his married friends, and what he sees does not exactly fill him with encouragement.  It's enough to make Robert question whether he ever wants to join the ranks of the married. In the end, however, in spite of all his friends' failings, he comes to the conclusion that there is no point in "Being Alive" unless one has someone to share it with.

 

Adults $21, Seniors (57+) $18, Students/Military (with valid ID) $18

*Group Rates available, call box office for further details

8:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN

Children's Classes

AUDITION!

Musical Theatre - Saturday April 5
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $60
Students learn the basics of musical theatre, developing their skills in dance, voice, and musical theatre presentation styles, including basic vocal technique and musical scenes. Young performers acquire the skills that will become the foundation for performing in musicals through solo and ensemble material.

Acting - Saturdary April 12
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Sharpen your skills be exploring acting techniques and build a solid acting foundation by developing listening, interacting, and reacting skills working with scene partners and learning theatre games as a group. Students will discover creativity and imagination while working through scenes and monologues.

Creating Character - Saturday April 19
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
An actor's job is to tell a story truthfully and convincingly, and character is everything. Who are you? What are your objectives, motivations, dreams, fears, obstacles? A three dimensional, believable character starts with a solid foundation of knowing who you are, from where you came, and where you want to go. Learn to discover your character through exploration, observation, research, ensemble work, and other creative methods.

Whose Line Is It? - Saturday April 26
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Always wanted to be on Saturday Night Live? In this improv and sketch comedy workshop, you will play theatre games and use short form scenes to increase your listening and ensemble building skills.

Shakespeare Shenanigans - Saturday May 3
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Teens will receive a hands-on introduction to Shakespeare through the art of theatre. This workshop includes history and text, highlighting vocal, physical, and acting techniques used in performing Shakespeare.

AUDITION! - Saturday May10
Ages 13 - 18
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: $50
Have you ever gone to an audition and not really known what to do or what was expected of you? Relax...in this workshop students will learn how to prepare for auditions, the art of the cold reading, professional behavior and personal appearance for the audition. Wear comfortable clothes. No previous experience necessary.

SUMMER CAMP: A Musical Caper About FiNDiNG A PlACe tO BeLoNG! - Monday June 16 - Friday June 27

Ages Grade 6 - 8
12:30pm - 3pm
Performance Showcase Saturday June 28 @ 1:00pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore what it's like to be at summer camp through acting, song, and dance! We'll bring to life crazy camper characters and discover the scenery of Camp Runamok! Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

When I Grow Up! A Musical - Monday July 7 - Friday July 18
Ages Grade 2 - 5
9:00am - 11:30am
Performance Showcase Friday July 18 @ 6:30pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore what it's like to be a movie star, a cowboy, a sailor, and more through word, song, and dance! We'll create characters and costumes to portray our dream jobs. Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.

Americans All: A Musical - Monday July 28 - Friday August 8
Ages Grade 2 - 5
9:00am - 11:30am
Performance Showcase Friday August 8 @ 1:00pm
Cost: $275
In this two week camp, we'll explore cultures and traditions from around the world that have become part of the America's culture through word, song, and dance! We'll create scenery and props to represent various cultures. Everybody sings, dances, and has lines! All participants are cast members of this musical to be presented for friends and family at the end of the session.This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

Acting Intensive Session 1 - Monday June 16 - Friday June 27
Ages High School and up
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Cost: $300
This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

Acting Intensive Session 2 - Monday July 28 - Friday August 8
Ages High School and up
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Cost: $300
This rigorous two-week session introduces serious theatre students to the craft of directing that they will experience in college and other professional environments. Through a combination of reading, discussion, script analysis, directing exercises, and real-world practice, students will: -Explore the fundamentals of directing concepts -Learn the process of script analysis in order to develop a unique interpretation -Direct their peers in scene work for performance -Develop organizational techniques crucial to directing -Investigate the relationship between writers, directors, actors, designers, and audiences -Discover how the basic elements of theatre merge to create a final product. The directing intensive focuses on the professional, artistic, and personal growth of each student.

 

2:00 pm
Memorial Opera House Valparaiso, IN
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