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Join us for our 4th-7th grade training and performance classes. Our intensive classes are designed for the actor looking to progress their overall technique and training. All Backstage classes are taught by professionals in the business. We can't wait to see you gain new friendships, progress your talents, and perform your best!
Classes Begin August 24th, 2020
Full Year Registration August 2020-May 2021
New Students are charged a Registration Fee of $30
FREE AUDITION CLINIC - Tuesday, December 1st
AUDITIONS - Friday, December 4th
CALLBACKS- Saturday, December 5th
REHEARSALS- Jan-April, Tuesdays 6:00-7:00pm & Thursdays 6:00-7:00pm
PERFORMANCES- April 16, 17, 20, 23, & 24
It’s the first day after winter break at East High. The Jocks, Brainiacs, Thespians and Skater Dudes all find their cliques. Basketball team captain and resident jock, Troy, discovers that the brainy Gabriella, a girl he met singing karaoke on his ski trip, has just enrolled at East High. The couple cause an upheaval when they decide to audition for the high school musical. Although many students resent the threat posed to the "status quo," Troy and Gabriella’s alliance might just open the door for others to shine as well.
FREE AUDITION CLINIC
WHEN: Tuesday, December 1st, 7:00-7:45pm
WHAT: Free Audition Clinic
WHO: Anyone who wants to come learn the callback dance ahead of time for High School Musical Auditions
WEAR: Wear dance clothes, a face mask, and bring shoes to dance in (tennis shoes or jazz shoes work great)
WHERE: The Studio, 803 N 1250 W #4, Centerville, UT, 84014
You do not need to attend the audition clinic in order to audition, it is just extra help and SUPER FUN!
Auditions are open to all performers between the grades 4th-7th
Bring ALL conflicts from Jan-May any conflicts not included at the time of audition will not be honored. Not everyone will be called to every rehearsal. Some rehearsals will be added the week before opening.
If you cannot attend auditions, contact us and we will schedule another time for you.
Bring a headshot and resume to auditions
Come prepared to sing 1 minute in the style of the show or stylistically appropriate to a character from the show. An accompanist will NOT be provided, please bring a karaoke track, no tracks with vocals.
Auditions will take place at the studio located at 803 North 1250 West #4, Centerville, Utah, 84014
Performers will wear face shields for performances, masks will be worn during rehearsals.
Training and Performance Monthly: $135 (Costume Rental Fee $43) OR "High School Musical Jr ONLY:" $73 (Costume Rental Fee $53)
Registration Fee for New Students Only: $30
Performers will be required to provide underclothing and shoes for performances
Cheerleaders will be required to provide white tennis shoes
HOW TO SIGN UP
1. Click any "register" button on website
2. Register for "TRAINING & PERFORMANCE"OR "High School Musical Jr Only"
3. We will send an audition time sign ups 1 week before auditions
4. Attend your first day of classes
Everyone who registers will be cast in the production
No refunds will be given after the cast list has been posted
If you have any questions, please email us.
Gabriella Montez is the new student who’s struggling to find her place at East High. She’s a Renaissance woman who doesn’t fully identify with any of the cliques, and so she’s taking her time – and realizing her confidence – along the way. Smart and independent, Gabriella can be shy and vulnerable at times. She comes into her own when she discovers her talent and love for singing with Troy.
Troy Bolton, the most popular student at East High, is the star of the basketball team who yearns to be more than what others – especially his dad, Coach Bolton – want him to be. A natural athlete and leader with charm to spare, Troy discovers he loves to sing, but is afraid to admit it to his basketball buddies. Look for a solid actor who can convey the full range of Troy’s emotions from sensitive to self-assured, and who can dance and sing very well.
Sharpay Evans is the dramatic and self- centered star of the school musicals. Between her and Ryan, she’s the alpha twin – over-the-top, demanding, and always “on,” with a flair for the theatrical. This diva knows how to work the stage!
Ryan Evans is Sharpay’s fraternal twin and, like her, he lives to sing, dance, and get loads of attention. Subordinate to his sister, Ryan generally follows Sharpay’s orders and lets her have the spotlight, but he longs to break free from her shadow and assert himself.
Kelsi Nielsen, the neo-feminist writer- composer of the winter musical, Juliet and Romeo, possesses a shy demeanor but no tolerance for the egocentric likes of Sharpay. Kelsi is a strong actor plays the compassionate underdog with intelligence and an uncanny ability to shoot zingers at Sharpay with timing and accuracy.
Chad Danforth, one of Troy’s best friends, is a sports fanatic. Focused on winning the basketball championship, Chad slowly begins to understand that there might be more to life than ball – including his crush on Taylor.
Zeke Baylor, Troy’s other best buddy, is a basketball player with a sweet side. He has two secrets: a crush on Sharpay and a love for baking! This Wildcat has no shame in his (basketball or baking) game.
Taylor McKessie, the very put-together president of the Science Club, is super-assertive and very intent on Gabriella joining the Science Decathlon team so they can (finally!) win the competition. Taylor has a hidden soft spot for Chad, but would never let it be known that she’s into a jock.
Ms. Darbus is East High’s eccentric drama teacher. Passionate and disciplined, she never stops trying to enrich the lives of her students through the wonders of live theater.
Coach Bolton, the stern basketball coach and Troy’s sometimes overbearing dad, lost the big game years ago and wants a second chance through his basketball-star son.
Martha Cox, a proud member of the Science Club, possesses a private passion for break dancing.
The school announcer with a larger-than-life personality, longs to be a D.J. Look for an actor who will have no problem making this role his own, creating a quirky radio personality with a unique sense of style.
Cheeleaders, jocks, thespians, party kids & rebels
Start of Something New
Get'cha Head in the Game
What I've Been Looking For
Stick to the Status Quo
Counting on You
We're All in this Together
Bop to the Top
We're All in this Together (Reprise)
High School Musical Megamix (Bows)