Mon, Aug 02 | The Civic Auditorium


Each one of these one week hyper intensive camps focus on one major Broadway number for ages 11-18yo.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Aug 02, 7:34 PM – 7:39 PM
The Civic Auditorium, 511 5th Street, Lincoln, CA 95648

About the Event

You asked for something for our teen (11-18yo) crowd, and here it is. One week of hyper intensive camp learning about choral music, professional choreography, costuming, stage make up, and working as a group to put together one single number for some of musical theatre's biggest shows. Teen thespians who are aching for the stage are definintely going to want to get in on this. 


6/21-6/25/21 - The Greatest Showman

7/5-7/9/21 - Hamilton

7/19-7/23/21 - Mama Mia

8/2-8/6/21 - Addams Family

*More camps may be added depending on demand


$200 / camp

FAMILY DISCOUNTS: Buy TWO registrations for one camp and get ONE FREE!

Creative Team

Natalie Quilici - Natalie spent 25 years in the Bay Area dancing and entertaining the masses. After receiving her undergrad at San Jose State, she went onto produce the first site-specific dance festival in the South Bay, and transitioned her career to creating. Ranging from competitive dance to choreographing weddings, she graduated from Cal State Long Beach with honors for choreographic composition. She serves The Stage by focusing on highlighting individual strengths and ensemble storytelling.

Tamie Rogers - Ms. Rogers (BA Vocal Performance) is an established performing arts professional with roots in both the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest and currently music directs for William Jessup University.  She is a multiple SARTA Elly Aware winner for both acting and musical direction and owns and operates her own arts and education studio in Lincoln, CA.

COVID precautions we are taking to keep your children safe

Our /camps/workshops will look a little different as we attempt to create the safest environment possible during the COVID era. The following procedures will be in place:

  • All staff, volunteers, and participants will be temperature and symptom-checked prior to entering the building each morning. Anyone with COVID symptoms and/or a temperature greater than 100 degrees will not be allowed to participate.
  • All participants will be required to arrive wearing a face covering. Face coverings will be kept on throughout the day. Plastic face shields (provided by The Stage) will be used for the final performance.
  • We will practice social distancing to the extent possible. Social distancing restrictions will be eased for a limited duration for certain activities throughout the day.
  • All staff, volunteers, and participants will be required to wash their hands upon entering the building. Hand sanitizer will be available as well.
  • Our facility will undergo a complete cleaning and sanitization each day, and high-touch surfaces will be disinfected multiple times throughout the day.
  • The overall workshop size will be limited to 30 students, and the students will generally work in groups of 10 or fewer.
  • Some activities will be conducted outdoors to maximize fresh air access.

It is important to note that while we are taking diligent steps to reduce the possibility of COVID-19 transmission, we cannot eliminate this risk.

Please help us by ensuring your child is prepared for the workshop each day:

  • Perform a symptom self-check of your child before you leave home. Your child should not attend if they are displaying any of the COVID symptoms, have a fever, or have been in contact with anyone who has.
  • Send your child with everything they need, including a face mask, extra hand sanitizer, water bottle, sunscreen, and clothes appropriate for being outside, including a hat
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