Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Christmas Fun Emotion Orchestra

Sorry for the jumpy filming!

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Class will be held Dec. 21st

See you Wed. Dec 21st. We will then have a Christmas Break and return to class Jan. 4th.
Merry Christmas and get ready for a Great New Year!!

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Logo Contest

Here are the logos that were entered into the Contests. We had really talented entries!! Thanks to all who tried out!!!

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Get your Lines and Songs Memorized

Hope you all had a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Now it is time to get to work and get your lines and songs memorized.
We will be performing before you know it and it is much better to get things
learned early. You'll have much more fun!!
See you Wed. Nov. 30th.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

No Class

We will not hold class on Wed. Nov. 23rd. Have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Class Fees Due

Just a reminder that class fees are due monthly at the first of the month. You may pay online at

Saturday, November 5, 2016

IMPORTANT!!! Put these Dates on your Calendar!

Here are the dates for the performances for both shows. Please put these on your calendars. When your parents have the dates on their calendar come and tell Karma and she will give you a treat!

Wizard of Oz
The first day on stage is Feb 16th Performances start Feb 21st and run through Feb 25th. We will be at the theatre every day but Sunday so be ready!

Annie JR.
The first day on Stage is Mar. 22nd Performances start Mar. 28th and run through Mar. 31st. We will be at the theatre every day but Sunday so be ready!

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Monday, October 17, 2016

Class will be held

Class will be held Wed. Oct. 19th. See you there!!

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Ha ha ha
Ho ho ho
And a couple of tra la las
That's how we laugh the day away
In the merry old land of Oz
Buzz, buzz, buzz
Chirp, chirp, chirp
And a couple of La di das
That's how the crickets crick all day
In the merry old land of Oz
We get up at twelve and start to work at one
Take an hour for lunch and then at two we're done
Jolly good fun
Ha ha ha
Ho ho ho
And a couple of tra la las
That's how we laugh the day away
In the merry old land of Oz
Ha ha ha
Ho ho ho
Ha ha ha ha ha
That's how we laugh the day away
With a ho ho ho ha ha ha
In the merry old land of Oz
Pat, pat here
Pat, pat there
And a couple of brand new straws
That's how we keep you young and fair
In the merry old land of Oz
Rub, rub here
Rub, rub there
Whether you're tin or bronze
That's how we keep you in repair
In the merry old land of Oz
We can make a dimple smile out of a frown
Can you even dye my eyes to match my gown? Uh-huh
Jolly old town
Clip, clip here
Clip, clip there
We give the roughest claws
That certain air of savoir faire
In the merry old land of Oz
Ha ha ha
Ho ho ho
Ho ho ho ho ho
That's how we laugh the day away
In the merry old land of Oz
That's how we laugh the day away
With a ha ha ha, ha ha ha, ha ha ha
Ha ha ha, ha ha ha, ha ha ha
In the merry old land of Oz
Ha ha ha, ho ho oh, ha ha ha
Ah ha ha

Read more: Wizard Of Oz - Merry Old Land Of Oz Lyrics | MetroLyrics 

Warbucks, Grace
NYC, the shimmer of Times Square! 

The pulse! 

The beat! 

Warbucks, Grace
The drive! 

NYC, you might say That I'm square! 
But wow! I come alive! 

The city's bright as a penny arcade! 
It blinks, It tilts, It rings! 

To think that I've lived here All of my life, 
And never seen these things! 

NYC, the whole world keeps coming!
 By bus, by train, You can't explain 
Their yen for..

Star to be
NYC! Just got here this morning! 
Three bucks! Two bags! One me! 
NYC, I give you fair warning! 
Up there in lights, I'll be! 

Go ask the Gerschwins 
or Kaufman and Hart, 
The place they love the best! 
Though California pays big for their art, 
Their fanmail comes addressed to NYC, 
Tomorrow a penthouse! That's way up high! 

Star to be
Tonight the Y! Why not? 
It's NYC! 

NYC, you're standing room only! 
You crowd, You cramp, 
You're still the champ! 
Amen for N, Y... 
Spoken: Keep it quiet down there!


Maybe far away
Or maybe real nearby
He may be pouring her coffee
She may be straightening this tie!
Maybe in a house
All hidden by a hill

She's sitting playing piano,

He's sitting paying a bill!

Betcha they're young
Betcha they're smart

Bet they collect things

Like ashtrays, and art!

Betcha they're good
Why shouldn't they be?

Their one mistake
Was giving up me!

So maybe now it's time,
And maybe when I wake

They'll be there calling me "Baby"

Betcha he reads
Betcha she sews
Maybe she's made me
A closet of clothes!
Maybe they're string
As straight as a line
Don't really care
As long as they're mine!
So maybe now this prayer's
The last one of it's kind
Won't you please come get your "Baby"


Read more: Annie - Maybe Lyrics | MetroLyrics 

Hard Knock Life

It's the hard-knock life for us! 
It's the hard-knock life for us! 

'Steada treated, 

We get tricked! 

'Steada kisses, 

We get kicked! 

It's the hard-knock life! 
Go' no folks to speak of, so, 
It's the hard-knock row we hoe! 

Cotton blankets, 

'Steada of wool! 

Empty Bellies, 

'Steada of full! 

It's the hard-knock life! 

Don't if feel like the wind is always howlin? 

Don't it seem like there's never any light! 

Once a day, don't you wanna throw the towel in?

It's easier than puttin' up a fight.

No one's there when your dreams at night get creepy! 

No one cares if you grow... of if you shrink! 

No one dries when your eyes get wet an' weepy! 

From all the cryin' you would think this place's a sink! 
Empty belly life! 
Rotten smelly life! 
Full of sorrow life! 
No tomorrow life! 

Santa Claus we never see

Santa Claus, what's that? 
Who's he?

No one cares for you a smidge
When you're in an orphanage! 

You'll stay up till this dump shines like the top of the Chrysler Building. 

Yank the whiskers from her chin
Jab her with a safety Pin 
Make her drink a Mickey Finn
I love you, Miss Hannigan


Get to work! 
Strip them beds! 
I said get to work! 

It's the hard-knock life for us
It's the hard-knock life for us 
No one cares for you a smidge
When your in an orphanage 
It's the hard-knock life
It's the hard-knock life
It's the hard-knock life!

Sunday, October 2, 2016

If I Only Had A Brain (Scarecrow and Crows)


If I Only Had a Heart (Tinman and Trees)


Yellow Brick Road (Munchkinland)


Munchkin Land #1

Come out, come out, wherever you are and meet the young lady, who fell from a star.
She fell from the sky, she fell very far and Kansas, she says, is the name of the star.
Kansas, she says, is the name of the star.
She brings you good news. Or haven't you heard?
When she fell out of Kansas
A miracle occurred.
It really was no miracle. What happened was just this.
The wind began to switch - the house to pitch and suddenly the hinges started to unhitch.
Just then the Witch - to satisfy an itch went flying on her broomstick, thumbing for a hitch.
And oh, what happened then was rich.
*The house began to pitch. The kitchen took a slitch.
It landed on the Wicked Witch in the middle of a ditch,
Which was not a healthy situation for the Wicked Witch.
*The house began to pitch. The kitchen took a slitch.
It landed on the Wicked Witch in the middle of a ditch,
Which was not a healthy situation for the Wicked Witch.
... Who began to twitch and was reduced to just a stitch of what was once the Wicked Witch.
Munchkin #1
We thank you very sweetly, for doing it so neatly.
Munchkin #2
You've killed her so completely, that we thank you very sweetly.
Let the joyous news be spread, The Wicked Old Witch at last is dead!

Ding Dong! The Witch is dead. Which old Witch? The Wicked Witch!
Ding Dong! The Wicked Witch is dead.
Wake up you sleepy head, rub your eyes, get out of bed.
Wake up, the Wicked Witch is dead. She's gone where the goblins go,
Below - below - below. Yo-ho, let's open up and sing and ring the bells out.
Ding Dong' the merry-oh, sing it high, sing it low.
Let them know
The Wicked Witch is dead!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Tree lines

Tree#1 Brianna
Tree#2 Piper
Tree#3 Brielle
Tree#4 Londyn
Tree#5 Merilynn
Tree#6 Lily T 
Tree#7 Brooklyn
Tree#8 Nada-Lynn

Crow lines

Crow #1 Tyler
Crow #2 Sid
Crow #3 Spencer
Crow #4 Thomas
Crow #5 Mason
Crow #6 Broc
Crow # 7 Jackson
Crow #8 Alex
Crow #9 Zach H
Crow #10 Atley

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Magic Word

Keep coming back for more information

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Hard Knock Life

Here is part of the dance for you to practise with

Magic Word not posted Yet Keep Checking!!!

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Radio scene for Annie

Bert Healy: Thank you, Annie. Thannnk you, Annie! On America's favorite radio program, the Oxydent's Hour of Smiles, starring your old softy, Bert Healy.

(applause sign)

Annie: Thank you, Bert Healy. (at a signal from Healy, Grace takes Annie back to her seat)

Bert Healy: But, still, remember folks...

Wacky: Smile, darn ya, smile.

(Sound-Effects Man crates the sound of a door opening and closing and then of feet walking across the studio)

Jackie: Say, who's that who just walked into our WEAF Studio?

Johnson: Why it's none other than that wealthy industrialist and wall street tycoon, Oliver Warbucks.

(Applause sign)

Bert Healy: Good Evening, Oliver Warbucks, it's nice of you to drop by.

Warbucks: Good evening, Bert Healy. It's nice to be here.

Bert Healy: Oliver Warbucks, I understand that you have something to tell the folks at home about wonder little Annie here.

Warbucks: Yes, Annie is an eleven year old foundling who was left by her parents on the steps of New York's Municipal Orphanage on the night of December 31, 1922.

Bert Healy: And aren't you now conducting a coast to coast nation wide search for Annie's parents?

Warbucks: Yes, Bert Healy, I am now conducting a coast to coast nationwide search for Annie's parents.
Furthermore, I'm offering a certified check for fifty thousand dollars to any persons who can prove that they are Annie's parents.

Annie: Wow! Golly gee!

Bert Healy: Fifty Thousand Dollars? Wow, Oliver Warbucks!

Wacky: Oh, boy-oh, boy-oh boy, fifty thousand smackers!

McCracken: Shh, quiet, Wacky, this is no joke.

Wacky: I know, Mc Cracken. Everything you say is no joke.

Bert Healy: So, Annie's parents, if you're listenin; in, write to Oliver Warbucks care of this station, WEAF, New York, or directly to him at.....

Warbucks: At my home, Bert Healy. 987 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York.

Bert Healy: That's 987 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. Thank you, Oliver Warbucks.

(the sound effects man hands Warbucks a page of script and indicates that Warbucks should read it.
All Focus on Warbucks)

Warbucks: Thank you, Bert Healy. And I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the makers of all new Oxydent toothpaste, with miracle K-64 to fight bad breath, for letting me appear here this evening. Good night, Bert Healy....Wait a minute did I just do a commercial??? (hurry him back to seat)

Bert Healy: Good night, Oliver Warbucks.
(Applause Sign)
So, Annie's parents, if you're listenin' in, there's fifty thousand dollars and a wonderful daughter waiting for you.

Jackie: So get in touch right away, ya hear?

Bert Healy: Well, I see by the old clock on the wall that another of our Thursday night get together has gone by faster than you can say Oxydent.
Boylan Sister:
Bert Healy: The toothpaste of the stars. To make your teeth Hollywood bright. So, for all of the Hour of Smiles Family---
(Everyone says own name)
Bert Healy: the Lovely Boylan Sisters.
Fred McCracken

Johnson: And Jimmy Johnson, Radio's only masked announcer.

Bert Healy: This is Bert Healy Saying.... Hey, Hobo Man.....
(After song)
Bert Healy: Yes, this is your old softie, Mrs. Healy's boy Bert, saying until next week, same time, same station, bon soir, buenas noches guten nacht and gosh I almost forgot good night.

(Applause sign)