Musical Theatre Holiday Schools for Young People
“The summer school was a real success on all counts, and much was due to your commitment and vision. I was particularly impressed by the manner in which the children were encouraged to give their best and work hard, whilst an atmosphere of fun was maintained. The quality of the final performance was outstanding; despite having been involved in the process for a fair while I was very impressed how good it looked, and how polished the performance was.”
Julia Potts (Head of Education, Ambassadors Theatre Group)
“Wow, what a show after 4 days practice! These guys are looking amazing!”
Jon Franks on New Zealand TV’s Erin Simpson Show during our 2012 Sutton teenage summer school
EduStage will be returning to the Epsom Playhouse in the 2018 summer holidays to run two further holiday schools choreographed by
Emma Weir from Emma's Academy of Dance and Drama.
About EduStage Summer Schools...
1 All participants will be fully involved throughout the week, singing, acting and dancing.
2 With at least one tutor for every 8 students and the support of technicians and theatre staff, our summer schools represent outstanding value for money.
3 All tutors are fully CRB enhanced checked and have had wide experience at working with young people.
4 Our summer schools are suitable both for young people who have had no experience at working in musical theatre and those who would be interested in pursuing a professional career.
5 All participants will be assigned individual roles in the musical which will include featured dancing, singing and acting.
6 We aim to make the summer school fun and also to help give greater confidence in performance.
7 We listen to what the participants are asking us and are often able to incorporate their ideas into our performances.
8 We make sure that young people attending for the first time have the same opportunities as those who have attended before.
9 We encourage all new participants to use the experience to make new friends.
10 We work in a professional theatre environment where a fully staged performance will be given at the end of the week at no additional cost for family and friends to attend.