April Vacation 2019

Kids’ Cabaret: Musical Theater | ages 7-14

Tuesday, April 16 – Saturday, April 20, 2019 | Tues-Fri 9-3pm, Sat 9-12
Tuition: $475 | Register Now!

Musical Director: Leonoor Rinke de Wit | Stage Director: Jess Malone

In this condensed version of our popular summer program, young singer-actors will have a chance to design, write, and perform their own musical theatre production. Students will learn the basics of staging, script writing, dancing, acting, and singing while incorporating team building and creativity. Songs from musical theatre and pop repertoire will help participants hone their ear training, musical literacy, and vocal production skills, all with improvisation games and movement activities. The session culminates in a performance of the original musical for family and friends.

Need-based scholarships are available. Please visit our Forms and Policies page for more information. 

Leonoor Rinke de Wit moved to Boston four years ago after being accepted to the prestigious Berklee College of Music. During her time in the US she has enjoyed tremendous opportunity as a composer / lyricist, orchestrator and overall musical theatre enthusiast.  She is the co-writer of two original musicals and has been involved with various productions as a producer. Last spring, she music assisted on the award winning Off-Broadway show Jerry Springer: The Opera. Besides being involved with a lot of theatre, Leonoor loves playing board games with her friends, eating mochi ice-cream and making blueberry pan-cakes with her boyfriend, Travis. This April, she looks forward to making music with the talented kids from the New School of Music.

Jessica Scout Malone is a director, actor, and movement enthusiast with a passion for puns and intersectional feminist theatre. She is currently based in Boston, MA. Jess graduated in 2017 her BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University. She has also trained in Classical Acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Jess believes in active listening, self-evaluation, and the rule of threes. She believes in believing in people, loving things loudly, and using the arts to bridge the gap between who we are and who we want to be.