Summer is here at Sacramento Theatre Company! And while our season may be over, our staff is gearing up for all of our various summer activities!
We’re very excited to roll out our very first Summer Musical Spectacular for teens starting in mid-June. The experience is open to all 8th-12th grade students (grade in Fall 2022) and all roles are open to all genders.
No Experience Needed!
While you will be putting on a show from start to finish, you do not need to have previous stage experience to participate in The SpongeBob Musical, adapted from the iconic Nickelodeon series! Students will learn about the audition, casting, and rehearsal process from the ground up.
Behind the Scene Production Experience
As part of the production process, they will have regular meetings with the production staff as the various parts of production come together: set, costumes, lighting, props, etc. It is truly an immersive experience, giving both opportunities to act but first hand production experience alongside theatre professionals. Whether seeking to pursue an acting career or simply exploring new possibilities for creativity and fun, the SpongeBob Musical Summer Spectacular at STC welcomes young people to join our supportive community of theater artists.
Meet the DIRECTOR/Prorgram Manager
At the helm of The SpongeBob Musical is Miranda D. Lawson, YPC Program Manager and STC Associate Artist. Originally from Florida, Miranda holds a BFA in music with a concentration in Musical Theatre. A proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association, she has been a teacher for more than a decade and has devoted much of her time and talent to the education of students in the arts. She has developed several programs throughout her years of teaching including many youth Musical Theatre programs, Educational shows for schools and other learning institutions, as well as music arrangement and script writing. She has been part of the STC family since 2011 and serves as the director and producer of the popular Cabaret Series.
The SpongeBob Musical starts on June 20th at the Eagle Theatre. Financial aid and scholarships are available. Please click here to sign up or for more information.