FALL MUSICAL THEATRE PROGRAM

Sorry, we are not long accepting

registrations for this program.


SPRING DRAMA PROGRAM

Thursdays, March 1/18 - May 24/18, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Two fully staged performances are scheduled for

May 26/18 at Theatre Aurora

TEEN TROUPE

 REGISTRATION FORM

Due to the nature of this play and to retain its integrity, we willl be limiting enrollment to a maximum of

20 participants.

To ensure your participation, please register early and avoid disappointment!

Due to the nature of this play and to retain its integrity, we willl be limiting enrollment to a maximum of 

24 participants.

To ensure your participation, please register early and avoid disappointment!

THEATRE PROGRAMS FOR KIDS

13 -19 YEARS OF AGE

All Broadway North

Teen Troupe

Performers are also invited to a final cast party to celebrate their hard work at no extra cost.


"You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying." "Right here" is the School of Performing Arts in New York City, and the first problem for the hundreds of young people eager to start paying their dues in pursuit of fame in the performing arts is to get accepted. As the play begins, the school is in the midst of auditioning applicants. They're every size, shape and attitude. They're scared, they're brave, they're rich and they're poor. They've got nothing in common but a compelling dream—and each pursues it in a special way just as each must deal with the special problems of their various lives: Doris, pushed and prodded by her stage mother, has to learn to be beautiful on her own. Montgomery has to come to terms with his loneliness, his considerable talent and his need for a friend. Ralph must deal with his intensity and anger that threaten to drive him to the same fate that claimed his idol Freddie Prinze. Coco knows it all too quickly. Michael is so handsome and talented it would seem impossible for him to fail. Bruno, living with the music in his head and intolerant of the "moldie oldies" (such as Mozart), frustrates his teacher who hates his attitude but admires his talent. Leroy, an angry young man from the ghetto, is streetwise but a scholastic disaster whose passion for dancing could transform his life—if he'd allow it. The dramatic riches explored and developed in this play as the various students interact with each other and with their teachers—who must present a tough exterior but who care so very much—create an exciting theatrical tapestry in this useful and fulfilling play. Like the School of Performing Arts, this play goes to the essence of young people and of theatre. While this is a play and not a musical, there is some music and some dancing that we may add based on the talents of our participants.



Please fill out the registration form and ensure you press submit BEFORE proceeding to the PAYPAL logo to pay your registration fee securely and safely using your credit card. The top of this form will show a registration confirmation once you have pressed SUBMIT. 


If you wish to do an E-Transfer, please send payment to info@broadwaynyt.com If you prefer to pay by cheque, please download the registration form by clicking the button below and send your cheque to:

Broadway North Youth Theatre

1111 Gorham St. Unit #4

Newmarket, ON

L3Y-8X8



You may sign your child up for one or both terms. A non-refundable deposit is required for each term to hold your child's spot in our program.


A tax receipt for all our programs is available upon request.


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Deloris Van Cartier is  an aspiring singer in Philadelphia, where she is auditioning to perform at her gangster boyfriends nightclub. Deloris believes that Curtis is going to introduce her to a big producer, but is upset when he tells her she is not ready. Hurt and rejected, Deloris decides to break up with him, but when she goes to find him she accidentally sees him kill one of his cronies. Deloris runs to the police, who place her in hiding at a convent until Curtis is brought to trial. At first, Deloris feels as though it will be the worst thing in the world, chafing against the constraints of convent life and an immovable Reverend Mother, but once she is introduced to the struggling choir at the convent, everything changes. She finds that many of the nuns at the convent are not that different from her, and that they are quite fun to be around. They help give her a bigger purpose in her life, showing her a genuine love and affection that was missing prior to her arrival at the convent. Sister Act is a joyous show that uses music to bring different communities, and lifestyles, together.


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