“The Imagination Factory”- this course is designed to inspire young actors. Preschool drama is about building confidence, language skills, and self-expression. We will explore new places, children’s literature and our emotions. We will become butterflies, bears, frogs, and friends.
Auditions for the Endless Mountains Theatre Company's Fall Performances of "Parlor City Noir", A Nick Holliday P.I. play written by David Schmidt and directed by Bonnie Love-Colwell have been announced.
Two free tickets were raffled off at each of the Music Man performances. The three lucky winners are:
Lesley Stonier - New Milford
Amy Black - Hop Bottom
Vera James - Hop Bottom
Congratulations and thanks to everyone who attended and made The Music Man a great success!
This Friday, July 19, will be the Final Performance for EdCamp 2013 at the Montrose Area High School auditorium. Middle and high school students from the Endless Mountains region have been diligently studying dance, music, improv, monologues, scenes, etc.
When: Monday July 15, 2013 through Friday July 19, 2013 from 8:50 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:50 a.m. through conclusion of the final performance on Friday.
Where: Montrose Area High School [Get Directions]
Cost: $85 per student.
Final Performance: The final performance (open to the public and free of any admission charge) will be on Friday July 19 at 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium at Montrose Area High School.
Sign up today! Download the EdCamp 2013 Brochure for full details and registration information. We look forward to seeing you there!
Theatre Camp is an opportunity for middle and high school students in 5th thru 12th grade to attend a week-long camp full of workshops and clinics led by professional performers and teachers in the art of theatre and musical theatre. At the end of camp week, students present a final performance that is open to the public.
Ed Lonzinski was involved in various community theatres, participating in performance aspects as well as all areas of production. Directing for Greene (N.Y.) High School, Ed realized the value of educating students in the art of theatre, and he strived to allow his students to participate in theatre festivals offered in more urban regions. It was the desire of Ed, who was to serve on the board of EMTC, to offer students high-level experiences in the art. Through the generosity of his parents, Dolly and Mike, a fund was established to create a living memorial to this extremely committed and talented young man.