Center Stage Program welcomes 23 schools for 2019-20 season, partners with WFRV Local 5


APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) — 23 local high schools are gearing up to participate in the 2019-20 Center Stage High School Musical Theater Program through the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center.

Mark your calendars! Here are all the performance dates for Center Stage Program schools

Each of the participating theater programs will have their shows critiqued by a team of professionals who will provide educational feedback for directors and students.

The Center Stage Program will also offer the opportunity to participate in seven workshops with touring performers in a variety of disciplines at the Fox Cities P.A.C.

Visit the Fox Cities Performing Art Center webpage for the Center Stage Program here

The 8-month program leads up to the 4th annual Center Stage High School Musical Theater Program Showcase, a red-carpet celebration of high school theater featuring performances and recognizing outstanding achievements.

During the May 16 showcase, a Best Actress and Best Actor winner will be selected to go to New York for a week-long theater intensive of coaching and rehearsals with industry professionals in preparation for a one-night-only talent showcase on Broadway known as The Jimmy Awards.

READ: What is ‘The Jimmy Awards’?

Tickets for the Showcase can be purchased at the Fox Cities PAC ticket office in person, by phone at 800-982-2787, or through Ticketmaster.

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