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Contact: Mary Howe MEHOWE4606@aol.com
*Each participant needs to bring 2-3 accompanists’ recordings to work on
Far too often young musical actors are directed to simply hit their marks, sing well, and do it faster and funnier. I have heard again and again people say, “It’s just a musical,” which suggests there’s no need to do any more than that. But what about creating characters who have real lives and are dealing with real situations and circumstances? When you choose to create the people singing you approach their songs entirely differently. Because you know what your relationship is to what you’re singing about, thus you know what you think and feel about what you are singing about and to whom you’re singing. Songs in musicals are the characters’ form of communication, and that requires thought, and actual acting.
A fun filled intensive for kids who want to develop skills in acting, performing, build their confidence and think more creatively. To act is to play and we believe that students excel most when learning in a relaxed environment where they receive positive, constructive, reinforcement.
Have you mastered melody, but struggle with harmonizing? This is the clinic for you! Seasoned musical director Kelly Price will work her magic and help you master the art of singing in parts.
Two week acting intensive culminating in a short virtual one act play. Doug Brown, chairman of the theater department at High Point University.
This crew of talented actors can’t wait to show you what they have been working on!
Skylar Hutchens, Cara Hayes, Carson Shoaf, Kayla Miller, Sam Stowe, Brayden Daugherty, Kinsey Calderone, Emma Peters
To our LYT Family and supporters,
For the safety of our actors, guests, and patrons and to remain consistent with recommendations made by the Governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper, Lexington Youth Theatre, has made the hard decision to postpone the Fall show. This decision is based on the best available science and the need to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We will be re-evaluating routinely as COVID-19 continues to unfold and will continue to reassess the situation.
The LYT Board is planning on hosting fall theatre workshops. We want to keep our actors learning new skills so they will be ready for the next audition. (More information to come.)
Thank you so much for your flexibility and understanding during these unprecedented times.
*Please hold on to Shrek Tickets. They will be honored at the next show.
As of now, Shrek has been moved to Spring 2021.
Save the date: March 26th, 27th, and 28th.