Every teacher here actually works in the entertainment industry. Their resumes can be verified on imdb.com (Internet Movie Data Base) Jeff Celentano and Brent Huff are film directors, both who have recently competed two major motion pictures. Musetta is all over television in movies, commercials and television shows. You can’t go a day without seeing her somewhere on TV!
Laguna Woods, CA (PRWEB) April 21, 2006
Summer is off and running and camp enrollment opened early this week.
The Performers Academy is hosting its second annual Musical Theatre Summer Camp. Camp enrollments are on a week by week basis.
Camp starts off with early morning (8:30 A.M.) drop-off and a healthy breakfast for those come hungry. Then the fun begins. Camp games and songs start off the day – vocal warm-up provided by a trained vocal coach.
Musicals are the key to this camps success and we have snippets of some of the most popular. The 50’s hit – Greased Lightening, Orphan Annie, I Love the Knight Life, Honk-Honk, and Snippets of Broadway’s Best are among some of this year’s line up for camp. The campers get to vote on day one for their production choice.
Everyone gets a role: No need to be a highly trained professional. No experience is necessary to enjoy this week of theatre, games and fun.
David A. Blair and Britney Peltier are spear-heading this camp. A full crew of camp counselors are on hand to help in the camp and production.
All have substantial resumes and accomplishments in the theatre and their voices are amazing. In addition to David and Britney, chorographer "Ali" will be teaching hip hop and dance choreography to the students. Ali is a performer and recording artist, as well as a teacher. He's bi-lingual and amazing with children. His dancing and teaching style is a major asset.
Several professional vocal coaches will be on hand to work with the students in voice lessons, preparation and performance of song.
A professional DVD will be provided to each student after the week-end performance as a keepsake of their week at camp.
A professional seamstress and costumer will be on hand to out-fit the campers with the appropriate clothing for the performance. Students will learn about hair, make-up, and preparation for performance.
End of the Week performance:
A show will be performed at the end of each week for family and friends.
Early enrollment discount:
If you enroll before May 15 – Camp rate is $225
After May 15th – rate is $250 per week.
10% discount for siblings
Discount for enrolling for the entire month
Enrollment form on website:
Professionalism, performance and fun :
Experience it here – on a weekly basis at The Performers Academy.
“The Performer’s Academy is a leader in innovative programs. The school has a staff of teaching professionals with the most impressive resumes. There is no other school in OC that has a staff with resumes like this,” says Natalie Costa, President of the academy.
“Every teacher here actually works in the entertainment industry. Their resumes can be verified on imdb.com (Internet Movie Data Base) Jeff Celentano and Brent Huff are film directors, both who have recently competed two major motion pictures. Musetta is all over television in movies, commercials and television shows. You can’t go a day without seeing her somewhere on TV!”, says Costa.
Jeff’s feature, “Say It In Russian” stars Fay Dunaway, Musetta Vander “Kicking & Screaming” “Wild Wild West”, Steven Brand “The Scorpion King” (see imdb for full details). See http://www.Performersacademy.net – Jeff Celentano Film page for stills from the actual film.
“Brent Huff just completed directing “Welcome to Paradise” starring Crystal Bernard “Wings” and Brian Dennehy. Over 200 students and family members from The Performer’s Academy participated in the filming of this movie. Many received speaking parts and featured roles. It was a tremendous opportunity for the students here”, says Natalie
Brent Huff, Musetta Vander, Shawn Huff and Rudy Mella are all accomplished actors who have a tremendous passion for teaching and sharing their passion for the entertainment industry.
Prices are always kept affordable. Agents are on site weekly to scout talent.
The Performer’s Academy is not an agency or management company and receives no compensation from any work any performer procures in the entertainment industry.