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Downtown Cabaret Theatre Jr. is a comprehensive immersive theatre experience for young actors, supported by a professional creative
staff of directors and designers at the Downtown Cabaret in downtown Bridgeport, CT. Both sessions will create a full production of a
musical, starting with the initial audition and followed by a multi-week rehearsal process, culminating in an exciting weekend of
performances where family and friends can enjoy your hard work from the audience. No previous experience required! Visit site for
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Madhatters Theatre Company 2015 Summer Productions include:
Junior Summer Production:

Jr Broadway Baby
Open to ages 6-11yrs.  Medley of scenes/songs and dances from Broadway shows
Chester Meeting House
.  July 27th-31st

Senior Summer Production
Defying Gravity
Open to ages 12 and over. Medley of Scenes/songs/dances from Broadway shows.
Chester Meeting House
.  .August 3rd -7th
Summer Production Registration opens Jan. 15th.
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Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc., a professional, non profit theatre company specializing in family theatre, has announced its
upcoming schedule of theatre camps for young actors. In addition to its April School Vacation Week Camp, the company will also present
five weeks of Summer Theatre Camp in conjunction with the Milford Arts Council at the Center for the Arts in Downtown Milford.

In April, the company will present a five-day camp during school vacation week, April 13-17.
Throughout the week, young actors age seven to thirteen will learn, rehearse and perform a new musical based on the children's book
“Rocko and Spanky Go To A Party” by local authors Kara & Jenna LaReau of Stratford. The camp will be held daily 9 am to 3 pm at
Pantochino’s studio space in the former St. Ann School, with the Friday performance taking place at the Center for the Arts.

The Summer schedule includes five sessions of theatre camp. Session One (July 13-17) features the mini-musical “Phantom Mouse of the
Opera.” Session Two (July 20-24) will create and perform “The Jungle Book, Abridged.” For Session Three (July 27-31), Pantochino’s award-
winning musical “Cinderella Skeleton” will be featured. Session Four (August 3-7) will see a brand new musical, “Regally Blonde” come to
life. The final session of camp is Pantochino’s
original concept, “The Theatre Games” (August 10-14) where teams of young actors compete in a series of creative theatre challenges. All
of the summer camps are held 9 am to 3 pm at the Center for the Arts in Milford.

The camps are staffed by Pantochino’s producers Bert Bernardi and Jimmy Johansmeyer, along with musical director Justin Rugg. “Our
theatre camps have been so popular because they’re so much fun,” said Bernardi. “The kids respond to the material and enjoy the bright,
exciting atmosphere we create for them,” he added. “We’re not teachers,” Johansmeyer explained, “We’re working theatre professionals
who love to share our experience with young people.”

Tuition is $265. per week, with a special rate of $225. for siblings. Enrollment is limited to thirty per session and early registration is advised.
Complete details along with registration forms are available online at