Frozen Jr. Musical Theater Class
Registration is now open for 4 – 6 year-olds to be a part of Setting the Stage’s summer theater experience at Southminster. Does your little one love to sing and dance, but they might be too young for long show rehearsals? Then this is the class for them! Each class meets from 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. on July 9, 11, 16, and 18, with a performance on Sunday, July 21 during family worship. Class includes singing, movement, and theatre-based imagination games based on a beloved musical song. Sign your child up for individual classes, $12 per class, or $40 for all four days.
For more information and to register your child, click here.
2018 Performance Pictures
Moana Medley Performance
The Moana Medley kids put on a fabulous show for the congregation on Sunday, August 5. After their week-long bootcamp session with Setting the Stage, they were pumped and ready to perform. And their talent, energy, and spirit shone through! Hard work + dedication = success for this great bunch of kids!
Who is Setting the Stage?
Setting the Stage (STS) is dedicated to providing meaningful, artistic experiences that enrich students’ lives and create lifelong memories. Through quality programs and a dedicated staff, STS provides training that strengthens self-confidence and teaches self-worth, teamwork, responsibility, and respect. We strive to show children that when dreams are made, anything is possible. All our classes focus on learning about theater, and the students give a performance at the end of the session.
What does Setting the Stage do?
STS workshops teach the basic skills of musical theater: singing, dancing, and acting. Acting or theater experience is not required, just a willingness to work and learn. Our philosophy is one of inclusion, and we attempt to provide as many opportunities to as many actors as possible. Because our program emphasizes the ensemble, we strive to make all actors aware of their importance to the group. Our classes teach dedication and responsibility while encouraging self-esteem. We teach children how to collaborate and realize how important each of them is to the result.