The Showstoppers series is a sure bet for all performers. This series uses a well-known musical’s script as the vehicle to teach the process of creating a musical theatre production from beginning to end.  Students learn the important components of staging a musical, from reading a script, to preparing for an audition, to singing music, learning choreography and memorizing lines to create a polished production.

PRODUCTION: Wizard of Oz (sort of)  (Instructors: MeLinda Buleza, Leigha Vilen)
WEDNESDAYS: January 11th – March 8th (3/1, 3/8, @ Culbreth)
KIDS1:         2nd – 3rd (new 3rd)          3:30pm – 4:30pm Cost: $225
TWEENS1:  3rd – 5th  (returning 3rd)   4:30pm – 5:45pm Cost: $250
LOCATION: 103 Market Street (New Space: Upstairs in Youth Center Room)
PERFORMANCE: Friday, March 10th at 7pm @ Culbreth Middle School. Dress rehearsals March 1st & 8th at 4:00pm – 6:15pm and final dress on March 10th at 5:30pm – 6:30pm.

SATURDAYS: January 14th – March 4th (2/25, 3/4@ Culbreth) (Instructors: Leigha Vilen, Avery Ecker, Kaley Morrison)
KIDS2:         2nd – 3rd (new 3rd)          10:00am – 11:00am Cost: $225
TWEENS2:  3rd – 5th  (returning 3rd)   11:00am – 12:15pm Cost: $250
LOCATION: 103 Market Street (New Space: Upstairs in Youth Center Room)
PERFORMANCE: Saturday, March 11th at 12pm @ Culbreth Middle School. Dress rehearsals Feb. 25th & March 4th at 10:00 – 12:15 and final dress on March 11th at 10:00 – 11:30.

We are so excited for this Spring’s Showstoppers class as we bring back a timeless classical story, in a fun, new and contemporary style. Broadway Bound is proud to present The Wizard of Oz (sort of)  a story that brings out the child in all of us. This parody of the Wizard of Oz will have you laughing out loud as some of your favorite characters take on a whole new persona. The land of Oz is like you’ve never seen it as Dorothy is a ditz, the Witch is a diva, the stagehands want to be on stage, Henry can’t remember his lines and Toto is the smartest human in the whole show. Although this classic story takes on a whole new twist, your performer will be skipping down the yellow brick road or somewhere over the rainbow.