Come under the sea with the Children's Theatre of Annapoils starting April 12.
Children's Theatre Of Annapolis
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Sunday, March 31, 2013
The musical stars nearly 40 local children and teens, including several from Broadneck High School.
The next production from the Children's Theatre of Annapolis, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr., will run from Friday, April 12, to Sunday, April 21. Director Jerry Vess, with choreographer Michelle Davy and music director Laura Tayman, will lead students in the musical based on the popular Disney animated film. The show stars nearly 40 local children and teens, ranging in ages from 8 to 14, including: For tickets or more information about the theatre, please visit Childrenstheatreofannapolis.org or call 410-757-2281. The Children's Theatre of Annapolis is located at 1661 Bay Head Rd. in Annapolis 21409, but attracts students from across the region.
Friday, February 1, 2013
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Saturday, January 26, 2013
The next production of CTA will begin in April. Auditions start now.
The next production of the Children's Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) will take audiences under the sea. Auditions for Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr. will take place from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, and noon to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. CTA recently closed its teen production, Legally Blonde: The Musical, and is now offering younger performers the chance to share their talents. This weekend’s auditions are open to performers ages 8 to 14 looking to take the stage. There is no fee to audition but all auditioners must be members of CTA. Yearly individual ($10) memberships and family ($25) memberships will be available at auditions, according to a release. Auditioners are instructed to prepare a song that shows their vocal ability and bring along a …
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Broadneck and Severna Park High School students take star roles in the musical adaptation.
Elle Woods, her sorority sisters and the halls of Harvard are coming to the Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) in Broadneck this January in Legally Blonde: The Musical. Broadneck High School sophomore Colleen Coleman, of Arnold, stars as Woods, and Severna Park High School senior Austin Heemstra of Severna Park plays Emmett Forrest in the student-led musical which debuts locally on Jan. 11. The musical incarnation of the 2001 film tells the story of strong-willed sorority girl Elle Woods, who follows her college sweetheart—who has just dumped her—to Harvard Law School. The musical’s tunes include “Chip on My Shoulder,” “Positive,” and “Bend and Snap!” In addition to Coleman and Heemstra, the musical features: The production is directed …
Friday, December 7, 2012
Shows will take place Dec. 8-9 and 15-16 with shows at 1 and 4 p.m. each day at the Children's Theatre of Annapolis.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
CTA representative Catherine Hollerbach was interviewed about the group's upcoming Night of Broadway, in a partnership with Anne Arundel Community College.
The Children's Theatre of Annapolis was featured on the Baltimore news station's "Hometown Hotspot" segment on Wednesday. The Broadneck-based theatre gathers students from across Maryland for productions throughout the year. The group is currentely working on Get Smart in October, and after that, a production of Legally Blonde. In the interview with Fox45, CTA representative Catherine Hollerbach talked about their upcoming Night of Broadway. The theater is located at 1661 Bay Head Road on the Broadneck Peninsula. For more information visit www.childrenstheatreofannapolis.org or call 410-757-2281. See also:
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Students from across the county will don the roles of Maxwell Smart and Agent 99 in the Children's Theatre of Annapolis' presentation of "Get Smart," premiering in October.
Students from across the county will don the roles of Maxwell Smart and Agent 99 in The Children's Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) presentation of Get Smart, premiering in October. Get Smart, a comedic spoof based off of the classic television spy series of the 1960's, will premiere on October 12 with repeat shows throughout the month. The show is directed by Jose de la Mar, and centers on bungling secret agent Maxwell Smart, also known as Agent 86, played by Zachary Roth of Glen Burnie. His experienced female partner is Agent 99, played by Meghan Dickey of Arnold. Nick Brice of Annapolis takes on the role of Chief, the long-suffering head of the spy agency named CONTROL. The show is based on the plot of the first episode in the TV series, …
Sunday, September 23, 2012
A Night of Broadway is scheduled for this weekend at the Children's Theatre of Annapolis.
The following news release was sent to Patch by Catherine Hollerbach of the Children's Theater of Annapolis. Performers of all ages from the Annapolis area are gathering to create a cabaret program to raise funds for Children's Theatre of Annapolis and the Robert E. Kauffmann Fund for performing arts students at Anne Arundel Community College. Professor Kauffman retired from AACC after teaching thousands of students in the theatre arts curriculum. In 2009, he directed CTA's inaugural show, Peter Pan, at their new theatre. Director Darrell Conley, Assistant Director Jason Kimmell, Music Director Josh Konick and choreographer Emily Sergo have gathered 35 talented singers, actors and dancers of all ages in this benefit production. …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The new play is set to premiere in April and features young talent from across Maryland.
Follow Alice further down the rabbit hole in the Children's Theatre of Annapolis' (CTA) newest musical, Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr., premiering in April. The script is based on Lewis Carroll's classics, The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. The play is directed by a veteran CTA member Dylan Roche, who returns to the stage this year after being away for 10 years, according to a release. Roche selected three girls to portray the part of Alice through three stages of her development. Emily Small will play small Alice, Chrissy Scott will play medium Alice and Ella Green will play large Alice. "[This will] maximize the effect of Alice shrinking and growing as she drinks from a bottle and eats a cookie at the…