Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Payment due for October!

Whew the months are flying by, Please remember that to receive the early pay discount payment needs to be received before class on the 13th!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

School Performances

We are hoping to get at least two school performances for Annie and two for Robin Hood. The best way for us to get a school to come and see the shows are to e-mail each student's teacher and let them know that they have a student in the production. So we would like each Elementary aged child to let us know what school they attend and who their teacher is and we will invite them to come and see the shows. Just leave a post with this info, we will also have a list at class.
Thanks so much!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Cast lists for Annie and Robin Hood

Annie Green Cast

Pepper- Myra Lomax

July- Karissa Davis

Duffy -Kayla Atwood

Kate- Sophia Jones

Annie-Ashley Galura

Molly- Paige Tomadakis

Tessie- Kaitlyn Harris

Orphans, Specialty people in NYC:

Valentina Heyn

Jentri Harris

Avery Larsen

Chloe Davis

Tory Crane

Sara Bradford

Lydia Bradford

Grace Fillmore

Sissy Hansen

Sydney Money

Savanah Slye

Emma Argyle

Jaycee Taylor

Cameron Smith

Malorie Harris

Delaney Christensen

Piper Shick

Olivia Dunkley

Erica Poulson

Riley Matsuoka

Gracey Payne

Halley Payne

Katlyn Swan

Lauren Jones

Madisyn Lott

Ella Escobedo

Annie Yellow Cast

Pepper- Allison Ells

July- Emily Ells

Duffy- Julianna Keele

Kate- Hailey Cuff

Annie- McKenzie Oyler

Tessie- Heather Ells

Molly- Cambrie Oyler

Orphans, Specialty people in NYC:

Sydnee Shepherd

Samantha Moos

Harlee Huff

Taylor Falkner

Megan Kay

Isabelle Nielson

Saige Sorensen

Cheyenne Davies

Brielle Robertson

Maralee Nielson

Kristin Harris

Caitlyn Thomas

Hannah Wright

Tessa Clayton

Natalie Kuhni

Tempest Allred

Tia Lee

Claire Walker

Brayden Adamson

Kensie Huff

Morgan Ashliman

AJ Huff

Belle Christensen

The Following Perform with both Green and Yellow Casts:

Miss Hannigan- Annie Jensen

Bundles McCloskey- Jacob Harvey

Apple Seller- Hannah Oeser

Dog Catcher- Marshayla Nielsen

Sandy- Riley Matsuoka, Brayden Adamson

Lt. Ward- Nate Taylor

Grace Farrell- Aubree Head

Drake- Jacob Harvery

Cecille- Amanda Gould

Annette- Samantha Nulty

Mrs. Greer- Haley Jones

Mrs. Pugh- McKenna Walker

Oliver Warbucks- Jaden Jensen

Star-to-be- Marinda Jones

Man in Brownstone Window

Usherette- Rachel Peterson

Radio Announcer- McKae Nielson

Rooster Hannigan- Taylor McEntire

Lily St.Regis- Necia Poulsen

Sound effects people- Danielle Gardner, Makenzie Facer, McKella Bunn

Bert Healy- Nathan Taylor

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt- Robert Jensen

Louis Howe

Broylin Sisters Kelsie Richards, Koralee Walker, Tani Lee, Sienna Allred

Servants & Specialty people in NYC: Rachel Peterson, Amanda Gould, Samantha Nulty, Hannah Oeser, Haley Jones, Marinda Jones, Marshayla Nielson, Sienna Allred, Tani Lee, Koralee Walker, Kelsie Richards, Danielle Gardner, Makenzie Facer, McKella Bunn, McKae Nielson, McKenna Walker, Mari Lawson, Bailey Johnson, Ashtyn Day, Baylin Bradford, Bailey Wilde, Tory Crane

Robin Hood Tales of Ye Merry Woode

Alan-a-Dale- Scott Jensen

Will Scarlet- Robert Jensen

Little John-Jacob Harvey

Robin Hood-Zach McEntire


Friar Tuck-Dane Robertson

Arthur a Bland- Cole Huntsman


Sheriff-Caden Mustoe

Gilbert-Brandon Bundy

Goose-Taylor McEntire

Maid Marian-Marinda Jones

Lady Beatrice-Tani Lee

Lady Anne-Kelsie Richards

Lady Gwen-Sienna Allred

Lady Beth-Koralee Walker

Prince John-Adam Keele

Lady Kate-Mercedes Allred

Page Todd- McKay Hicken

Page Tom- Corbin Jensen

Cook-Samantha Nulty

Mary-Cheyanne Bushman

Mathilda-Rachel Hicken

Ron-T J Oswald

Josh-Keaton Adamson


Potter- Sky Hansen

Isabel- Hannah Oeser

Sue- Sydnee Westwood

Sadie- McKenna Walker

Suzanne- Elizabeth Facer

Shiela- Sierra Lyman


Timmy-Jeremy Hansen

Tommy-Jorge Ventura

Widow-Chelsey Westwood

Heidi- Tempest Allred

Henry- Jaden Christensen

Hank- Isaac Pickett

Mervin--Danae Stephens

Marvin--Jordanne Green

Bishop of Hereford-Nathan Taylor

George- Jack Setzer

King Richard--True King of England

Villagers, Merry Men or Guards: Garett Worthen, Ashlyn Alger, Ashlyn Westwood, Enzo Allred, Kaylee Alger, Anna Larson, Mason Dansie, Rachel Jensen, Nicole Kuhni, Elizabeth Setzer, Annie Jensen, Scott Nielsen, Harrison Christensen

Casting the shows today

Wow this has been incredibly difficult! We so many TALENTED youth, I could have easily cast 7 different sets of Orphans. Just want you all to remember that you will have a wonderful time even if you don't get a lead. So please know that I think you are all Fabulous! So many things go in to casting and it is the hardest thing we do. I will post the cast lists by Midnight Sept. 15th. I will try to post as soon as I can. We have decided to have two complete casts of Orphans. We are going to double our performances so that each will have equal time to perform. We thought it would be better for giving each child a place in the spotlight!
P.S. you can always call with any questions. 801-494-4730

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Class Starts Tomorrow!

Hey everybody,
We can't wait to get started on our two fabulous shows this year. Annie is almost full! There are still spaces in Robin Hood (Girls don't be afraid to join this class there are a lot of great parts for girls)
See you at Larsen Tomorrow!

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Class information for 2010-2011

Spanish Fork Youtheatre
We are so excited about our upcoming year! It will be hard to top last years production of Wizard of Oz, you all did such a fantastic job! But we feel that Annie and Robin Hood will be just the ticket. We are doing registration just a bit different this year. All registrations will be online and auditions will be held in class. Online registration will begin Monday Aug. 9th at Classes will be held on Wednesdays starting Sept. 1st. at Larsen Elementary 1175 E Flonette (300 S) Spanish Fork. This program runs through spring 2011 and will culminate with the presentation of two wonderful musicals. All classes will focus on musical technique, drama and dance skills, as well as give the student a chance to perform in a full scale musical with costumes, props and sets.
All students that register will be in the show.
Auditions are not necessary, but if you would like to audition for a lead or speaking part, please come prepared to read and sing a small song the first two weeks of class, otherwise you may register and we will assign your child a part.

Participants will pay a monthly fee of $40.00 per class. You will receive a discount of $5.00 per student if paid the day before the second class of the month. Each participant will also pay a lab fee of $35.00 per class, which will cover script and costume rental, and a T-shirt. Students may sign up for one or more classes.

Annie Jr.: It's upbeat plot and flamboyant characters have made Annie one of the most beloved musicals in history--what girl hasn't dreamed of performing the title role or playing the outrageous Miss Hannigan? But there are plenty of wonderful roles, a house full of orphans, Daddy Warbucks, Grace, the wicked Rooster and Lily St. Regis and many more. Come and join us in this enchanting show, where the sun will come out and tomorrow is always just a day away! This class is for youth ages 5-18 and will be held on Wed. from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will perform in the large auditorium at Spanish Fork High school in Feb.

Robin Hood Tales of Ye Merry Woode: Deep in the heart of England treacherous Prince John and his cold hearted sister, Lady Kate are taking advantage of Good King Richard’s absence. Raising taxes and taking the bread from the mouths of their citizens. But a group of brave men are not willing to bow down to this villainy. Through humor and adventure they protect the people of England until their rightful King returns. This show is full of fun and daring parts. This class is for youth ages 5-18 and will be held on Weds. from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. We will perform this in the large auditorium at Spanish Fork High school in April.

Class size will be limited. Sign up early to ensure your place.
Again Thanks for great year,
and we are looking forward to an even greater one this year!
Karma Christensen

Speaking Parts Available for:
Annie Jr.
The orphans:
Miss Hannigan
Bundles McCloskey
Apple Seller
Dog Catcher
Sandy (Real dog or Child)
Lt. Ward
Grace Farrell
Mrs. Greer
Mrs. Pugh
Oliver Warbucks
Man in Brownstone Window
Radio Announcer
Rooster Hannigan
Lily St.Regis
Sound effects Man
Bert Healy
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Louis Howe
singing and dancing parts
lots of orphans
citizens of New York City
In order of appearance, Speaking Parts for:
Robin Hood Tales of Ye Merry Woode

Alan-a-Dale--Minstrel, Robin’s Spy
Will Scarlet--Merry man
Little John--Robin’s right hand man
Robin Hood--Merry Outlaw
Stutley--Merry man
Friar Tuck--Merry man
Arthur a Bland--Merry man
Samuel-- Merry man
Sheriff--Sheriff of Nottingham
Gilbert--Sheriff’s man (Comic relief)
Goose-- Sheriff’s man (Comic relief)
Maid Marian--Robin’s friend
Lady Beatrice-- Lady in waiting
Lady Anne--Lady in waiting
Lady Gwen--Lady in waiting
Lady Beth--Lady in waiting
Prince John--wicked brother
Lady Kate--Evil sister
Page Todd
Page Tom
Cook--Prince John’s cook
Mary-- Cook’s assistant
Mathilda--Cook’s Assistant
Ron--Prince’s guard
Josh--Prince’s guard
Herald-- the bearer of bad news
Potter--village merchant
Isabel-- Sheriff’s wife
Sue-- Peasant
Sadie-- Peasant
Suzanne-- Peasant
Sara-- Peasant
Timmy-- Peasant child
Tammy-- Peasant child
Widow-- Poor Villager
Heidi--Widow’s child
Hilda--Widow’s child
Heather-- Widow’s child
Mervin--Tax collector
Marvin--Tax collector
Bishop of Hereford--Greedy churchman
George--Bishop’s servant
King Richard--True King of England
Singing and Dancing parts
Lots of Villagers, Merry men, Guards

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Cinderella, A Great Sucess!

Congratulations to everyone in Cinderella! It turned out wonderful, I had a large number of positive comments on the show. People couldn't believe that it was only two weeks from start to finish! Everyone learned their parts so well and did a great job. We had a lot of new students join us along with a good number of returning students. There was a lot of fun children and we hope you all will come and join us this fall for Robin Hood and Annie. Thanks again for doing such a great job!! I will post the pictures I took as soon as I can.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


We are so excited to be working on “Cinderella”! It was REALLY hard to cast the show, we have so many talented students any of which could play any part! The schedule for Fri. June 25th will be a bit different from regular days.
NO Class from 11:00-1:00
Arrive at 1:30 p.m.
Special Performance 2:15 p.m.
Cast party at 3:00 p.m.
Public performance 4:00 p.m.
Please pick up your children at 4:45 p.m.
Arrive 6:30 p.m.
Public performance 7:30 p.m.
Please pick up your children at 8:15 p.m.
All children need to have white tights (except dirty laundry they will need to wear a pair of their own jeans) and black soft soled shoes. (Sunday shoes are fine please no hard soled shoes they tend to be slick and loud). The children who are mice and birds need to bring their tights by Fri. June 18th, so we can dye them gray or orange. We will be dying the tights Sat. Please write your child’s name on the waist band in permanent marker.
The Arts Council has arranged to have pizza and treats for sale from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. So plan on dinner there if you would like.

Cinderella- Maren VonNiderhausern
Prince Charming- Gabriel Schaffer
Queen Ella- Koralee Walker
King Charming- Erickson Blair
Step Mother- Samantha Nulty
Anastasia- Danae Stephens
Drizella- Tani Lee
Fairy Godmother- Marinda Jones
King Ferdinand- Caden Mustoe
Queen Kathrine- Rachel Peterson
Grand Duke of Earl- Robert Nay
Duke Henry- Dane Robertson
Narrators- Sarah Bendixsen, Haley Jones, Kimberly Overall
Pages - Mateen Lomax, Aaron Silva, Cole Huntsman
Lucifer - Myra Lomax
Bruno - Nathan Schaffer
Dirty laundryCamryn Blair
Aubrie Cottle
Cheyenne Davies
Chloe Davis
Zoey Eckhardt
Megan Kay
Julianna Keele
Sydney Money
Erica Orton
Ariana Parsons
Natalie Pendleton
Mailia Pohahau
Brielle Robertson
Katie-Lynn Purinton
Megan Warren
CourtiersGarred Blanthorn
Cheyanne Bushman
Jenessa Curtis
June Curtis
Ashtyn Day
Courtney Eckhardt
Rachael Jensen
Bailey Johnson
Jessica Larsson
Kayla Muhlestein
Julie Oliver
Auriana Pendleton
E.J. Pohahau
McKenna Walker
Mice and BirdsEnzo Allred
Tempest Allred
Derek Blanthorn
Emily Brooke
Austin Bushman
Maddison Davis
Eden Durham
Thomas Durham
Cael Erickson
Daniel Graham
Jeremy Hansen
Kevin Hansen
Kensie Huff
Paige Huntsman
Corbin Jensen
Elle Jensen
Leah Jensen
Anna Larsen
Tia Lee
Elijah Lewis
Karen Mathis
Mckell Mathis
Miriam Pendleton
Cameron Pruinton
Brinley Smith
Alexis Talbert
Claire Walker
Jackson Ware

Here is the dialouge for the Entre Acte:

Aubrie: Welcome to Spanish Fork Youtheatre’s production of Cinderella. We will be presenting today a beloved fairy tale, with origins that date back 600 years before the birth of Christ. There are many different versions of this tale and they come from the four corners of the earth.

Cheynne: There are more than 500 versions of Cinderella in Europe alone. Some vary widely, like the Norwegian tale “The Maid on the Glass Mountain” in which Cinderlad wins a beautiful princess.

Megan: Others, like the traditional German version are quite bloody with the step-sisters cutting off their heels and toes to fit into the golden slipper. But most, all over the world follow a similar pattern.

Rachel: In Vietnam, the story is called “The Brocaded Slipper”, in Africa, “Nomi and the Magic Fish”, and in Arab countries, “The Golden Sandal”.

Julianna: The story has been told many different ways, such as a full length novel “The Glass Slipper” by Eleanor Farjeon, to the toddler book “Cinderella Penguin” by Janet Perlman, to a fully animated motion picture produced by Walt Disney.

Brielle:One version has a fairy dove and a magic hazelwood tree as Cinderella’s helpers.

Garred: Cinder-Elly by Frances Minters is a modern rhyme version set in New York City. With the help of a bag lady Fairy Godmother, Cinder-Elly meets the star of a basketball team.

Ari: In a native American version of Cinderella, Little Burnt Face has two mean sisters. She wins the love of an Invisible Warrior by seeing him and describing what his bow is made of.

Sydney: In the book “Favorite Children’s Stories from China and Tibet” by Lotta Carswell Hume. Shi-Chieh befriends a magic fish, her jealous step-mother kills it. But Shi-Chieh finds her wishes granted by praying over the fish’s bones.

Jessica:The Korean Cinderella by Shirley Climo, tells of Pear blossom who is given a series of impossible tasks by her evil step-mother. Magical animals help her achieve them. And though she is not transformed into a princess, she wins the love of a wealthy magistrate.

Cheyenne B:Tattercoats is a bittersweet, old English story with a magic gooseherd, and a prince who falls in love with Tattercoats even in her rags.

Mckenna:The version we will use to present Cinderella is taken from the story written by Charles Perrault.

Julie: Charles Perrault was born in Paris, January 1628. Son of an upper-class bourgeois family, he attended the best schools and becomes a lawyer in 1651.

Chloe: His Stories or “Tales from Times Past, with Morals” and “Tales of Mother Goose” gave him great popularity and opened up a new literary genre: fairy tale.

Courtney: Among his most famous versions of fairy tales we can find, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Tom Thumb, Puss in Boots, and Little Red Riding Hood.

June: Perrault could not have predicted that his reputation for future generations would rest almost entirely on a slender book published in 1697 containing eight simple stories.

Jannesa: Charles Perrault, did not publish the book in his own name, but rather under the name of his son Pierre.

Cameryn: Perrault chose his stories well, and he recorded them with wit and style. His narratives belong to a story telling tradition that has been shared by countless generations.

Cheyenne: He did not invent these tales--even in his day their plots were well know-- but he gave them literary legitimacy.

MaiLia: Perrault always added a moral to his fairy tales. The Story of Cinderella, has two different morals, the first on being...

Group1: Beauty is a treasure rare.
Who complains of being fair?

Group 2: Yet there’s still a something more
That good fairies have in store.

Group 3: ‘Tis that little gift called grace,
Weaves a spell round form and face,

Group 4: Of each word makes magic, too
Lends a charm to all you do.

Group 5: This it was and nothing less--
Cinderella’s fairy dress!

Group 1: And if you would learn the way
How to get that gift today--

Group 2:How to point the golden dart
That shall pierce the Prince’s heart--

All: Ladies, you have but to be
Just as kind and sweet as she!

Megan K: In other words.. Beauty in a woman is a rare treasure that will always be admired. Graciousness, however, is priceless and of even greater value.

Kayla: This is what Cinderella's godmother gave to her when she taught her to behave like a queen.

Baily: Young women, in the winning of a heart, graciousness is more important than a beautiful hairdo. It is a true gift of the fairies.

Natalie: Without it nothing is possible; with it, one can do anything. The second moral is...

E.J.:Godmothers are useful things
Even when without the wings.

Garred:Wisdom may be yours and wit,
Courage, industry, and grit--

Everyone:What’s the use of these at all,
If you lack a Friend to call.

Zoey: Without doubt it is a great advantage to have intelligence, courage, good breeding, and common sense. These, and similar talents come only from heaven, and it is good to have them.

June: However, even these may fail to bring you success, without the blessing of a friend. Please sit back and enjoy our show

Everyone: “Cinderella”.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Sign Up Dates For Cinderella

We finally have the dates to sign up for the Summer Youth Arts Festival. We will be performing "Cinderella". You will be able to sign up for this class on Mon. May 10th. Sign ups will be online, at the parks and recreation website This class will be first come and the number of students will be limited. So sign up as soon as possible. The cost is a bit different than I thought. The Arts Council sets the class fees. Cost will be $60 plus a $15 materials fee. I apologize to those people I gave a miss quote to. The class will start June 14th and run through June 25th. Class will be held at the New Maple Mountain High School. Monday through Friday 11:00a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Parts available:
Prince Charming
Queen Ella
King Charming
Fairy Godmother
King Ferdinand
Queen Kathrine
Grand Duke of Earl
Duke Henry
Narrators (3)
Pages (3)
Lots of Mice
Dirty Laundry
Come join us for two fun filled weeks!

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Hoorah!! What A Wonderful Show!!

What an incredible show! I am so proud of every student in the show, you all did such a great job. I have had so many positive comments on how good the show was. A lot of people have come up to me on the street and told me how much they loved it. Not just cast members and family, but people who just came to see it. Thanks so much to Grandma Pat Christianson for going the extra mile and really getting the word out about the show with such great news articles. Thanks to everyone you all did a fantastic job!
We are looking forward to our next project it will be a part of the Youth Arts Festival in June. I have not got a firm sign up day, all the information I can find out is that it sign ups will be mid-May. I will let you know as soon as I find out. We will be performing Cinderella, it is the Disney version, lots of fun music and parts for all. Come and join us for two weeks this summer. The dates are June 14-25.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Wizard of oz review!

Hi everyone, Heather here!
I just thought that I would share a link to the FANTASTIC review that your children received. We don't often invite reviewers to come to our show because they tend to not be "nice" but your children did such a great job and so did Utah theater bloggers! Here is the Link!

Wizard of Oz Review

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Final Week!!

Everybody is doing such a good JOB! We have had couple of great practices on stage. I was so proud of how everyone moved on to the stage so easy. We have a great bunch of kids in this show. The set is almost ready and the special effects are working out and are going to be fabulous! The costumes will just top everything off. Make sure all pre-sell tickets are turned in ASAP! We have two dress and tech rehearsal left and on to performance time. The show is going to be wonderful. Make sure you get enough sleep and don't come to the theatre hungry!
Break a Leg! Let have a great show!

Saturday, March 6, 2010

It's all most time to Perform

Holy cow! I haven't posted forever. We have been working on costumes as fast as we can and I have not sat down to the computer for awhile. Everything is pulling together, the kids are doing a great job, and we are about ready to go! Remember all class fees need to be paid by March 17th (which is our first day on stage). Pre-sell tickets went home last week, encourage your child to invite as many people as possible. They have worked so hard and we would like people to come and see them. We have also found that if they have a ticket in their hand they are more likely to attend.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Wizard of Oz Logo Design

We are so happy with the HUGE amount of Logo designs that were turn in for our Logo contest. We had over 20 designs, far more than we have ever had in the past. The art work was fabulous and very creative. It was hard to decide which was the best, we narrowed it down by voting on smaller groups. We ended up with five finalists, two out of the five were to close to call, so we voted on the two. It was really close with 42 to 49 votes. I would like to thank all artist who participated! You are the BEST!!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


Hi, everyone!
I just wanted to let you all know that we are going to be voting on a T-shirt design and logo tomorrow! so if you have a t-shirt logo ready please bring it, Remember the logo needs to be on white paper with black lines (i.e. sharpie) NO CRAYON!
Thanks so much

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Final Rehearsal & Performance Schedule

This note has complete times and dates for all rehearsals & performances beginning Wed. Mar. 17th. All rehearsal times are start times, please be at the theatre ready to go. All performance times are curtain; please have your child to Spanish Fork High School 1 to 1 1/2 hours before curtain. Performing takes lots of energy! Have your child eat before they come. Please have your child’s hair combed and curled and a touch of make up on. All students will need black tights and soft soled black shoes. No athletic shoes will be allowed. All girls chorus will need a nice pair of jeans to wear with their Oz T-shirt in the opening number. Munchkin only pick up times will be one hour after curtain. Other pick up times for public performances will be 9:30 p.m. Please arrive on time to pick up your child, we will not leave until everyone is picked up! We will be ready to go home and be with our families. Please get plenty of rest during this time frame, to keep up your energy and school grades.
All rehearsals and performances from this date on will be on the stage at SFHS Auditorium.
Wed. Mar. 17 th:
Run complete show 4:00 p.m. until finished (7 to 7:30 p.m.)
Munchkins pick up 5 to 5:15 p.m.
Thurs. Mar. 18th : Run Show 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Munchkins pick up 5 to 5:15 p.m.
Sat. Mar. 20 th: Tech 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Bring $2.00 per child for a Pizza Lunch (lunch time 1:00 p.m.)
Munchkins pick up 10:30 a.m.
Mon. Mar. 22nd : Dress Rehearsal & Tech 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Munchkins pick up 4 to 4:45 p.m.
Tues. Mar. 23rd : Final Tech and Dress 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Munchkins pick up 5 to 5:15 p.m.
Wed. Mar. 24 th: Special Performance (by invitation) 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
(we are taking group pictures and should be finished)
Munchkins pick up 5:00 (Munchkin pictures before show starts)
Thurs. Mar. 25th : School Performance 9:00 a.m.
Pick up Time 11:30 a.m. Munchkin pick up time 1hr after start for all performances
Thurs. Mar. 25 th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 26 th: School Performance 12:15 p.m.
Pick up time 2:45 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 26 th : Public Performance 7:00 p.m.
Sat. Mar. 27th : Public Performance 2:00 p.m.
Pick up time 3:30 p.m.

** We will have a professional Photographer taking still shots. The CD’s will be available at the door for $5.00 each. (with no copy write restrictions). We are also hoping to get a video recording to offer info will be given later.
Thank you for your Support!
Any Questions please call
Karma 801-494-4730

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Welcome Back!

We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas Holiday. It was a nice break, but we sure did miss all your cute little faces. We only have 3 months until we are performing! make sure you all have your lines down and ready to go.
Class fees are due for Jan. please pay before the 12th to get the discount.
T-shirt contest:
I hope you are working on a design for the T-shirts we need to have all designs in by Jan. 27th. We will judge on Feb. 3rd. If you have any Questions please call me @494-4730
Thanks, Karma