ON STAGE TO PERFORM DISNEY’S CAMP
ROCK THE MUSICAL
Joseph, MI (February 21, 2011) – Kids On Stage will present Disney’s Camp
Rock the Musical March
11, 12 & 13 at Lakeshore High School Auditorium. Performance times are Friday
and Saturday at 7:00 p.m. with a 3:00 p.m. matinee on Sunday.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for seniors 65 and over and $6 for children
under 12. Discount ticket prices are available for groups of 20 or more.
All seating is reserved. Tickets may be purchased at www.dougskidsonstage.com or
by calling 269 313-2796.
rival summer camps battle for bragging rights! Summers at Camp Rock-- the
ultimate camp for aspiring musicians-- are always full of fun and music. But
things are a little different this year. When competition from a flashy new
music camp, Camp Star, threatens to close Camp Rock's doors, the kids themselves
jump into action. Camp Rockers decide to get themselves into tip-top performance
shape and challenge the Star Campers to the ultimate showdown. Who will
win bragging rights at the end of summer? Will anyone jump camp, and will
any lessons be learned from this rivalry? Based on
the hit Disney Channel Original Movies Camp
Rock and Camp
Rock 2: The Final Jam, this
upbeat musical includes such songs as "This Is Me," "Can't Back
Down," "It's On," and "We Rock." Camp Rock
characters include Mitchie Torres, played by CJ Smith (Lake Michigan Catholic
High School); and brothers, Shane, Nate and Jason Gray (originated by the Jonas
Brothers) played by Patrick Hill (Lakeshore Middle School), Mitch Conrad
(Michigan Lutheran High School) and Andrew Buller (Lakeshore High School).
Camp Star’s talent is led by Dana Turner, played by Ellen Schrock (Upton
Middle School); with Luke Williams played by Kuanas Hardnett (Coloma High
School). With 90 top talented kids from all over Berrien County, Camp Rock
is sure to be a high energy show packed with great songs, dance, romance, and a
bit of growing up, all in the great Disney tradition.
for the show is Lea Thomas, a dance and communications student at Western
Michigan University. Lea comes to Kids On Stage from a recent
internship with the Walt Disney World Company as an entertainer. Through
performing daily, Lea was able to participate in a condensed version of Disney's
Camp Rock Movie called the Disney Channel Rocks workshop.
production is directed by Doug Fordyce, owner and director of Kids On Stage.
Kids On Stage is sponsored by Bridgman Family Dental, Select Tool & Die,
Supreme Casting and Ott Insurance Agency.
Camp Rock the Musical is
the eleventh production of Kids On Stage, a National Youth Theatre award winning
children’s theatre company dedicated to the development of life skills in
children through the performing arts. Kids On Stage is an opportunity for
school-age children to grow in self-confidence and communication skills by
preparing and performing high quality musical productions.
more information, call 269 313-2795, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
go online to www.dougskidsonstage.com.