Broadway At Music Circus – TEENS

Join the excitement on the Broadway At Music Circus campus in an original musical written just for the TEENS program, featuring songs from our 2024 Broadway At Music Circus season: 42ND STREET, THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, SUNSET BOULVARD, WAITRESS and JERSEY BOYS

Led by professional teaching artists, participants are immersed in a singing, acting and dancing rehearsal process that fosters success regardless of experience levels. Their production will have two performances on August 3.

As part of their musical theatre education and enrichment, participants attend the final dress rehearsal of two Broadway At Music Circus productions: THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF – with a special talkback and Q&A with Broadway At Music Circus cast members.

ONLY 25 SPOTS AVAILABLE!


Production Details


Program Length:

7-week Program

Rehearsals:

Tuesdays – Fridays, 1pm – 4pm
June 18 – July 31

Performances:

August 3, 2pm & 5pm 

Ages:

13 – 18

Location:

Broadway At Music Circus Campus, 1419 H Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Tuition:

$800
*Scholarships Available

Tuition Includes:

  • Two Tickets to the Final Dress Rehearsal of Broadway At Music Circus’ productions of THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.
  • A Broadway At Music Circus TEENS exclusive talkback and Q&A with a performer from THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
  • Broadway At Music Circus TEENS T-Shirt

CREATIVE TEAM

MIKE DISALVO

Director/Playwright

Mike has been a professional actor for over twenty years. His resume spans Broadway National Tours, Off-Broadway, Regional Theatre, Television, and major Motion Pictures. As a writer, his plays have been workshopped by Theatre Aspen (with James Naughton), Redhouse Theatre in Syracuse, NY, and Naked Angels (with Hunter Foster). Mike is currently the CTE Theatre Teacher/Director at El Camino High School, and has an MFA in Acting from Louisiana State University. He is a proud member of Actor’s Equity, SAG-AFTRA, and the Dramatist Guild. 

GRAHAM SOBELMAN

Music Director/Arranger 

Graham is a music director, pianist, and composer. His music direction credits include Forbidden Broadway, I Love You, You’re Perfect, …Now Change (Broadway Sacramento); 35mm, Passion, Tell Me On A Sunday, Little Fish, Celebration, It’s Only Life, tick, tick…BOOM!, They’re Playing Our Song, [title of show] (New Helvetia Theatre); Tell Me On A Sunday (Ensemble Theatre Company); Mr. Burns, Pippin, Flora The Red Menace, & The Who’s Tommy (UC Davis); John & Jen (Hillbarn Theatre); A New Brain (Cosumnes River College); PippinHairThe Who’s Tommy (Folsom Lake College).

JACOB GUTIERREZ-MONTOYA

Choreographer

Jacob Gutierrez Montoya is a highly regarded Master Teacher and internationally recognized choreographer. With a background in regional arts programs, Jacob has performed professionally worldwide and showcased his work at prestigious festivals. He has served as a member of the artistic staff at various organizations, including The Sacramento Ballet, B Street Theatre and Broadway Sacramento. Jacob’s choreography has won top awards and been featured in film and television productions. He is currently the Creative Director of Hawkins Contemporary Jazz company and co-owner of Hawkins School of Performing Arts.

JACKIE VANDERBECK

Producer

Jackie serves as Broadway Sacramento’s Director of Education and Community Engagement. A proud alum of Broadway Sacramento’s musical theatre classes and workshops, Junior Company and Professional Assistant program, Jackie’s diverse career has spanned performing, directing, writing, producing and teaching. Her work as founder of the NYC based non-profit Sing for Your Seniors has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine and on The Kelly Clarkson Show. Jackie holds a BFA in musical theatre from the University of Cincinnati – College Conservatory of Music and is a member of Actor’s Equity Association.


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Do participants need to have previous musical theatre training?

A: We welcome participants of all experience levels. Our education team will engage each participant with goals for growth wherever they are in their artistic exploration. 

Q: Do participants need to attend every day?

A: As part of an ensemble, any missed time leaves your child at a disadvantage. Because our time together is so short, this means that your child misses an opportunity to learn choreography, music or staging and may not be able to be part of a number in the show. Please support their success by making sure that they don’t miss a minute of the program.

Q: Do you offer scholarships?

A: Full and partial scholarships are available. Please indicate your need in the application. 

Q: Is lunch provided?

A: Participants are responsible for bringing their own snacks and lunches.

Q: What is your payment and cancellation policy?

A: Once your application is processed you will receive an email from our Education and Community Engagement department with a link to make your payment. Your payment secures your spot for Broadway At Music Circus Kids/Teens. The full amount of tuition can be refunded through June 3, 2024. 

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