TCHA holds two musicals every year: a summer musical camp for elementary students, and a fall musical for middle/high school students. We are focused on giving every student the opportunity to be on stage while presenting a quality, God-honoring production. Students can expect to gain knowledge and skills in performance, dance, singing, and acting.
The Summer Musical is for home-educated students age 6-12. Students perform an abridged edition of a full-length musical theatre production at a church or community venue. Coaching in singing, acting, and dancing is given to all performers involved.
The Fall Musical is open to any home-educated student age 13-18. Students perform a full-length musical theatre production at a local performing arts venue. Coaching in singing, acting, and dancing is given to all performers involved.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND JR.
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
October 9 - 18
Song & Dance Livestream
I am passionately in love with the art of theatre. I grew up in sunny South Florida where I pursued musical theatre training with youth performing arts studios. For some crazy reason I decided to go to college in FREEZING cold Minneapolis, MN.
At North Central University I received a beautifully well-rounded education in theatre. I was able to experience multiple facets of the university’s main stage productions: performing principal and chorus roles, lighting design, costume design, stage management, and assistant directing. Through my theatre, voice, and dance classes I developed a deeper understanding of the art form as well as improved my abilities as a theatre artist.
I love acting and directing equally. I live for the magical sensation of immersing myself into a character and portraying her to a captivated audience. I am filled with exhilaration when breathing life into a script by orchestrating the components needed to effectively portray a story. I LOVE teaching what I know to others. I want to spend my life invested in the art of theatre. I never want to stop learning and growing. I want to play a major role in keeping theatre alive and growing.
The Music Man
Singin' in the Rain Jr.
Willy Wonka Jr.
Fiddler on the Roof