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The Wizard of Oz Young Performers' Edition

Tickets to The Wizard of Oz Young Performers' Edition are on sale now! Find the cast list, dates, and more details here!

The perennial story of Dorothy, her fantastical friends, and her little dog too! Stages Bloomington is excited to share this seminal classic that features all of the songs from the film, including We're Off to See the Wizard and Somewhere Over the Rainbow. The Wizard of Oz Young Performers' Edition is presented by a cast of 1st to 6th grade singers and actors and is recommended for ages 3 and up. The show will run approximately 70 minutes.


Summer Camp

Stages Bloomington’s 2017 two-week summer camp will take place June 19-30 on the Indiana University campus at Briscoe Quad Residential Hall (1225 North Fee Lane). Camp is Monday-Friday from 9:00-4:30. 

Stages will have the exclusive use of two large activity rooms, a lounge, and a library area, all with direct access to restrooms, and all with air-conditioning! Our area has its own entrance, separate from the residential towers. There is a covered driveway for easy drop off and pick up in front of the building, as well as free parking in the IU Athletics lot across 17th Street. Camps will be divided into two age groups.

First Stages Camp: Grades 1-4 (as of Fall 2017)

Come join us on our island adventure in Shipwrecked! Campers will learn about acting, dancing, and singing, all while preparing a variety-style performance about being shipwrecked on a deserted island.

Center Stages Camp: Grades 5-8 (as of Fall 2017)

Campers will learn and perform the contemporary classic, Once On This Island, Jr.! Campers will also take a variety of elective courses and will learn and incorporate American Sign Language into the performance.

Register here! The online scholarship deadline is May 29 and the online registration deadline is June 16. Spots are filling quickly!


Stages Academy for Teens

Stages Academy for Teens will take place June 6-29 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Classes will include monologues and short scenes selected from both classical and modern scripts. Students who have completed grades 7-12 will also have the opportunity to hone their song interpretation skills and learn to sell the song! Instructors include Pat Gleeson, a director and acting coach, and Deanna Demes, a professional singer, and music and voice instructor. The Academy will end with a performance on June 29 at the Monroe County Public Library Auditorium. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. 

Register hereThe online scholarship deadline is May 19 and the online registration deadline is May 29.

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