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The Chesterfield Community Theatre at the West County YMCA
We are proud to offer a variety of shows and events that the whole family will love! Check back regularly for schedule and audition updates.
Theatre show tickets are $8 Adults, and $5 for Seniors, Students or Children. Tickets are available either in advance or at the door. For Advance Ticket Purchase, please call the West County Family YMCA Service Desk at 636-532-3100. For further programming or audition information, please email Artistic Director Rebecca Barringhaus at email@example.com
Page to Stage:A Musical Review
When: August 18th and 20th at 6:00pm. Performances September 25th and 26th at 7:30pm and 27th at 3:00pm.
Where: All auditions, rehearsals and performances are to be held at The Chesterfield Community Theatre at the West County YMCA.
Who: Actors and Actresses between the ages of 8 and 18. Auditions are open to the public, and no experience is necessary.
What: Page to Stage: A Musical Review is a musical review with songs from musicals that originated as written works, i.e. books, plays, poems, etc… Please prepare 16 bars of a song from a Broadway musical (ex. Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, Wicked, etc.). No accompaniment will be provided, but a CD player will be available if you wish to bring recorded accompaniment. A $25 audition fee to be paid the night of auditions-this helps to offset the cost of the production, as we are a non-profit organization. Cast to be announced by phone August 21st.
We hope to see you at the theatre!
For more information please contact Artistic Director Rebecca Barringhaus at firstname.lastname@example.org
Page to Stage: A Musical Revue
September 25th & 26th, 7:30 pm, September 27, 3:00 pm
This year our musical revue is a collection of songs from braodway musicals that originated as novels, comics, books, short stories, etc... We are very excited to share this collection of songs from musicals such as Annie, Wicked, Sussical, and many others!
Volunteer Opportunities: Let's put the "Community" back in Community Theatre!
Have you ever dreamed of working in Show Biz? The Chesterfield Community Theatre is always looking for volunteers to join our collaborative family-- no previous experience required, but enthusiasm and curiosity are a must! We are seeking volunteers to contribute in costume and prop construction, publicity, rehearsal support, concessions, and fundraising events. As productions evolve, specific needs will also be posted on this webpage. For more information, please email Artistic Director Rebecca Barringhaus at email@example.com
Mastering Stage Management
Stage managers are the invisible stars of live theatre... if a backstage crew is at the top of their game, the show goes so smoothly that you'd never know they were there! During each Chesterfield Community Theatre production, 3-4 student volunteers are selected to serve as stage crew. These middle school, high school, or college level students attend all rehearsals, helping to develop the "technical" side of the production: organizing and constructing props, collecting and fitting costumes, choreographing scene changes, and assisting the director. During performances, armed with headset and flashlight, they disappear into the wings to act out their own impressive show backstage. For information or to apply for a Mastering Stage Management slot, please email Artistic Director Rebecca Barringhaus at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Drama Day Camps at the West County Family YMCA
Members and non-members, ages 5 to 15, have the opportunity to join various summer performing arts camps which focus on acting, musical theatre, magic, and even circus performing! Included are the Actor's Studio camp (who will perform Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing this year) and Summer Stock camp (who will perform Annie Jr. this year). All camps are led by professional and college performers.
For more information on day camps available with the West County Family YMCA, please click HERE to browse our brochure.
The Chesterfield Community Theater is available for rent for dance recitals, business meetings, lectures, graduation ceremonies and more. We provide lighting, sound, technical and production services for your event. For more information, please contact Technical Director Ian Tobias by email or call 636-532-6515 ext. 231.
All programs are funded in part by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency, and by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis.