SOLD OUT WAITING LIST
Should there be a cancellation or an opening comes up you will be included in the list to be called to fill the vacancy.
All spots are filled on a first come first serve policy.
Update April 3, 2018
There are still spots open for both days of the Conference!
We’re getting the faculty in place and can’t wait to share once they are all confirmed.
This year’s theme: The Art of Play: Freeing the Inner Creative Spirit
Update May 16, 2018
Registrations are now closed for the 2018 Musical Theatre Conference For Students.
Thank you to all who registered, we’ll see you at beautiful Kildonan Park!
UPDATE - May 4th, 2018
Due to a recent withdrawl, 40 spots have opened up for Thursday, May 24!
There are still 20 spots available for Wednesday, May 23
REGISTRATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO: WEDNESDAY, MAY 16
We will not be adding an additional day to the conference this year.
Thursday, May 24th of the Musical Theatre Conference is now SOLD OUT! We have added a ‘wait list’ option to the registration form. On Monday March 26th, 2018 we will begin releasing any unpaid spots being held on reserve to those on the waiting list.
Additionally, due to this unprecedented response (last year we were not sold out until April), we are now looking into the feasibility of adding an extra day to the conference. This potential additional day is earmarked for Tuesday May 22nd, but this is not confirmed at this time. We will keep you posted!
There are only 40 spots remaining for the first day of the Conference – Wednesday, May 23rd. For those who have not signed up and were planning to attend, please sign up or join the waiting list today!
Don’t miss the Musical Theatre Conference
Rainbow Stage in Kildonan Park
Wednesday, May 13
May 14, 2020
9:00 am – 2:15 pm
Cost per person:
$8 per student per day
A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 MUSICAL THEATRE CONFERENCE SPONSOR WHO HELP MAKE THESE EVENTS POSSIBLE
Rainbow Stage is thrilled to once again be hosting our annual Musical Theatre Conference for Students in 2020! Geared toward middle and high school aged students, attendees will choose and participate in four of eight unique sessions that cover many fundamental aspects of “putting on a show”. Attending students also receive a voucher for a free ticket to our 2020 production of The Wizard of Oz!
The first four years of the conference introduced students to the wide variety of departments that all work together to produce a musical. From set and lighting design to prop building, to choreography and Acting Through Song, participants were given insights and resources pertaining to each department’s role, professional process, tricks of the trade and career opportunities.
This year we are taking another step forward with our theme:
The Art of Communication
In a time where communication often seems impersonal, this year’s conference will encourage students to explore their inner storyteller through human rather than digital connection. By listening and responding to one another, two actors can perform a moving scene, a director can collaborate successfully with their performers and a designer can create a set that a playwright envisioned. By listening to one another and encouraging interaction with each other, students will be able to work together through our eight workshops to develop their creative voice and hone their interpersonal communication skills.