WideSpot Junior Players Performance | Friday, August 19th at 7:00 p.m.
Admission will be in the form of a free will donation at the door.
It’s their big night after an intensive two-week theater camp and it’s your chance to support our very talented local youth as they perform their capstone stage production. Under the direction of WideSpot’s “dream-team” theater teachers and mentors, Michelle Meyer and Nancy Lund, these talented young actors will make you glad you brought your family, friends, and neighbors to this outstanding performance.
For more information on WideSpot events, please call 715-307-8941 or email us at WideSpotArts@gmail.com
Please note: WideSpot is not wheelchair accessible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
About WideSpot Junior Players Summer Theater Camp
Under the instruction and direction of theatre veterans Michelle Meyer and Nancy Lund, kids enhance their on- and off-stage skills with WideSpot Junior Players Summer Theatre. No prior acting or drama experience is required — just a willingness to have fun!
Through drama-related workshops, students boost their understanding of stagework through hands-on experience and immersion in:
- Blocking and Stage Direction
- Acting and Character Development
- Backstage Management
- Props, Costuming, Stage Makeup, Hair Styling
This program is designed to build passion for, and experience in, all aspects of theatre. Under experienced and enthusiastic direction, Junior Players will rehearse for and perform a stage production within two weeks! As in the past, the capstone production will be performed on the final night of camp and is open to parents, family, and friends, as well as to the generally-interested and enthusiastically-supportive public. The last two years’ performances were incredible and impressive!
2016 Summer Theatre “Dream-Team” Directors
Returning for her second season of teaching and directing the summer theatre camp (where she also wrote last year’s capstone production, “In Search of the Blue Medallion”), Michelle Meyer has worked as a theatre arts director at Red Wing High School; director for Red Wing’s Soapbox Players; and, among many other credits, she’s also a writer, director, and actor for WideSpot’s Goin’ Coastal Players.
Assisting with the camp again this season is Nancy Lund — a respected teacher and long-time theatre director at Pepin Middle School. She presided over WideSpot Junior Players hit production of “Planet of the Perfectly Awful People”, and has successfully staged many, many other productions in Pepin.
Class Size — Limited to 15 students
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MAY 31.
TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT:
1) Start by printing, completing and mailing this registration form: 2016 Registration Form
2) Payment options ($75 down payment required; balance of $75 due on first day of class):
- Pay online: Click on button below to secure your registration with a payment
- Pay by mail: Send payment with completed registration form to:
WideSpot Performing Arts, PO Box 600, Stockholm, WI 54769
- Pay by phone: Call Registrar Dori Haugen at 651-319-7800
(she can also fill out a registration form for you, if necessary).
For more information about this workshop, please call Dori at 651-319-7800 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.