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The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Presents presents

Music Alan Menken

Lyrics Howard Ashman & Glenn Slater

Book Doug Wright

Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film produced by Howard Ashman & John Musker and written & directed by John Musker & Ron Clemants

Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions Original Broadway Production Directed by Francesca Zambello BARBARA INGRAM SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS Directed and Staged by Ruth A. Ridenour Musical Direction by Kyle Weary Choreography by Shylo Martinez Produced by Robert Hovermale Production Stage Manager Cinnamon Rowland Scenic Projections by Broadway Motion Design Creative Director: Quentin E. Sanford Congratulations Barbara Ingram School for the Arts for Priemering Broadway Motion Designs Sceneic Projections for Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Flying by Foy Scenic Projections for Disney’s The Little Mermaid Creative Director: Quentin E. Sanford

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April 15, 16, 17 and 22, 23, 24, 2016 Maryland Theatre Disney’s The Little Mermaid is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com


SCENE SYNOPSIS AND MUSICAL NUMBERS There will be one intermission The use of any recording device, either audio or video, and the taking of photographs with or without flash, is strictly prohibited

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Scene 1: THE WATER’S SURFACE The World Above................................................................................................................................Ariel Fathoms Below................................................................................ Pilot, Prince Eric, Grimsby, Sailors Scene 2: KING TRITON’S COURT Daughters of Triton................................................................................................................. Meresisters If Only (Triton’s Lament)....................................................................................................... King Triton Scene 3: URSULA’S LAIR Daddy’s Little Angel..........................................................................................Ursula, Flotsam, Jetsam Scene 4: ARIEL’S GROTTO Part of Your World..............................................................................................................................Ariel Scene 5: PRINCE ERIC’S SHIP/THE SEA BELOW/THE BEACH Storm at Sea Part of Your World (reprise)..............................................................................................................Ariel Scene 6: MERSISTERS CAVE She’s In Love........................................................................................................... Flounder, Mersisters Scene 7: THE BEACH Her Voice................................................................................................................................... Prince Eric Scene 8: THE SEA BELOW Under the Sea.....................................................................................................Sebastian, Sea Creatures Scene 9: ARIEL’S GROTTO If Only (Ariel’s Lament).....................................................................................................................Ariel Sweet Child.......................................................................................................................Flotsam, Jetsam Scene 10: URSULA’S LAIR Poor Unfortunate Souls...................................................................................................................Ursula ACT 2 Entr’acte Scene 1: THE BEACH Positoovity............................................................................................................................ Scuttle, Gulls Positaggity............................................................................................................................. Scuttle, Gulls Scene 2: KING TRITON’S COURT Scene 3: THE PALACE, ARIEL’S CHAMBERS Beyond My Wildest Dreams................................................................................ Ariel, Carlotta, Maids Scene 4: THE PALACE KITCHEN Les Poisson................................................................................................................................ Chef Louis Scene 5: THE PALACE BANQUET HALL Les Poisson (reprise).................................................................................................... Chef Louis, Chefs Les Poisson Mayheim.................................................................. Chef Louis, Sebastian, Chefs, Maids Scene 6: THE PALACE BALLROOM One Step Closer........................................................................................................................ Prince Eric Scene 7: URSULA’S LAIR Daddy’s Little Angel (reprise)..........................................................................Ursula, Flotsam, Jetsam Scene 8: THE LAGOON Kiss the Girl........................................................................................Sebastian, Animals of the Lagoon Scene 9: KING TRITON’S COURT Scene 10: TWILIGHT If Only (Quartet)................................................................... Ariel, Prince Eric, Sebastian, King Triton Scene 11: THE PALACE BALLROOM The Contest............................................................................................................... Grimsby, Princesses Scene 12: URSULA’S LAIR Poor Unfortunate Souls (reprise)...................................................................................................Ursula Ursula’s Demise...............................................................................................................................Ursula Ariel’s Transformation.......................................................................................King Triton, Mersisters Scene 13 : THE BEACH Finale Ultimo....................................................................... King Triton, Ariel, Prince Eric, Ensemble

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DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID CAST Characters Play Multiple Roles Ariel............................................................................................................................. Bailey Hovermale Prince Eric........................................................................................................................... Kyle Jacobus Sebastian............................................................................................................................ Cameron Geis Ursula (April 15, 17, 23)................................................................................................ Nadia McClain Ursula (April 16, 22, 24)..............................................................................................Addison Prosser King Triton............................................................................................................. Hunter Morningstar Grimsby....................................................................................................................Blake Goodmansen Flounder.................................................................................................................................. Brynn Dao Scuttle.................................................................................................................................Patrick Prunty Aquata.........................................................................................................................Amelia Workman Andrina............................................................................................................................Krissie Neiman Arista..........................................................................................Carrina Householder, Tamia Hatcher Atina............................................................................................................................Elizabeth Mackley Adella................................................................................................... Lindsay Vann, Katherine Grahl Allana..................................................................................................................Rachel Sink, Lily Kigin Flotsam..................................................................................................................... Josie Baker-Vautrin Jetsam.............................................................................................................................. Alexis Williams Chef Louis...........................................................................................................................Jacob Epstein Pilot....................................................................................................................................... Josh Geblein Leeward................................................................................................................................ Robbie Doty Carlotta............................................................................................................................. Tamia Hatcher Princesses................................................................ Kyra Baker, Amelia Bickford, Chloe Dickinson, Cheyenne Herson, Emma Ortiz, Maricielo Valentin UNDERSTUDIES Amelia Workman (Ariel), Jimmy Spinnler (Prince Eric), Jared Shay (Sebastian), Adam Shank (Scuttle), Joshua Geblein (King Triton)

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DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID ENSEMBLE Makenzie Prichard Christiana Anderson Carissa Gross Megan Scarano* Jeanrie Arechiga-Ruiz Ivey Lynn Hicks Lauren Schwab Amanda Askin Emily Hoffman Adam Shank Ailey Bodenheimer Judah Ickes Jared Shay Madeleine Brown Brady Johnson Jimmy Spinnler John Cantor Grace Kamensek Eve Stanley Daniela Cardenas Regina Lachemann** Kaylee West Marseja Cardwell Mary Lungu Andrew Weyant Liam Clark Gabriela Mendez Ali Yilmaz Hannah Coughlin Abigail Miller Jacob Young Emily Currier Bailey Minella Colton Zang Mariangelys Diaz Marquez Tara Nalley Nicole Zimmerman Megan Giffin Abigail Nigh Morgen Zwicharowski Liv Gilroy Jordan Peiffer

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PRODUCTION STAFF FOR DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID Opening Night: April 15, 2016 Production Director RUTH A. RIDENOUR Music Director/Conductor KYLE WEARY Choreographer SHYLO MARTINEZ Production Stage Manager CINNAMON ROWLAND Set Designs RUTH A. RIDENOUR Sound Design TRIFORCE PRO AUDIO Lighting Design BRANDON YENSER Scenic Artistic Designer DEB GEIS Production Coordinator LISA SHANK Scenic Projections CREATIVE DIRECTOR: QUENTIN E. SANFORD KEYBOARD PROGRAMMING......Kyle J. Weary BISFA TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR.............................. John O’Neill BACK STAGE MANAGER...........Brett Rowland PROJECTION ENGINEER..............Aaron Fields PIT ORCHESTRA REHEARSAL DIRECTOR..............................Kimberly Swanson SOUND ENGINEER............................ Mike Furst LIGHTING ENGINEER........................ Al Mason PIPE FLY MANIPULATOR.............. Caleb Smith PRODUCTION ACCOUNTANT...Sherry Kibler CAST MANAGER.................................Toni Webb FLY CHOREOGRAPHER................ Amir Tawfik (Flying by Foy) COSTUME DESIGNERS Production...................................... Ruth Ridenour Ariel & Mersisters............................... Becky Hein Ursula..............................................Cindy Dawson Sebastian......................................... Tammy Frasier ARIEL WIG STYLIST............... Connie McAlister STUDENT COSTUME DESIGNERS.........Jordan Bryant, Rachel Lum COSTUME SHOP MANAGER......... Becky Hein COSTUME ARTIST................... Brenda Reynolds COSTUME CREW........................ Ruth Ridenour, Becky Hein, Cindy Dawson, Tammy Frasier, Rachel Sink, Tamie Hicks, Jennifer Dal Collo, Kelly Scarano, Nicole Schwab, Carol Workman, Fiama Valentin, Melissa Askin, Cassandra Baker, Maria Gilroy, Lexi Shank, Ginger Young, Gina Householder, Laurie Bender, Kelly Johnson, Edie Johnston, Nikole Morningstar, Helen McGarry, Madelyn Lane, Carrie West, Michelle E. Herson, Lori Prunty, Amy Fox, Stephanie Watson, Penny Cantor, Mary Hott, Robert Young, Adele Kigin-Ropelenski, Elizabeth Anderson,

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SPECIAL THANKS TO: Principal Jeffrey Stouffer and the staff of the Washington County Technical High School for the use of space for set construction and set storage. Vern Litzinger and PSI (Packaging Services Industries) for providing the use of a Warehouse for the fabrication of painted flats and drops. WCPS Maintenance Department for their endless support WJEJ Radio and Lou Scally, Herald Mail Media, What’s Nxt All of the Wonderful Barbara Ingram Parents and Friends who have taken ownership in Disney’s The Little Mermaid production and helped to bring the Directors and Designers vision to fruition Special Thanks For Endless Support The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Foundation CREDITS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Broadway Motion Designs Flying by Foy Music Theatre International Light and Sound by Triforce Pro Audio & Triforce Studios BARBARA INGRAM FACULTY & STAFF Betty Aziz, Kara Chaney, Dennis (DJ) Clinger, Krystal Curtis, Dario DiBattista, Matthew Drabczyk, Daniel Etheredge, Todd Geiman, Erin Gentzel, Bob Gery, William Hollin, Dr. Robert Hovermale, Denise Hunt, Glenda Jackson, Sherry Kibler, Kimberly Swanson, Melissa Mackley, Andrea Masciocchi, Katie McNew, Doug Oates, Julie Pisacano, Natasha Ramos Izquierdo, Ruth Ridenour, Dr. Teresa Roberts, Jack Selby, Erin Speak, Paula Stokes, Katie Taylor Forney, Kyle Weary, Shannon Weary, Toni Webb, Dave Williams, Lisa Wurtz ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE Heather Austin- Stone, Shannen Banzhoff, Jessica Beach, Kathleen Bell, Jacqulin Edwards, Keith Filppu, Fred Gleason, Tim Gotwald, Katharine Groh Fitzsimmons, Brian Helman, Mike Hoover, Nick Int Veldt, Keleah Kidwell, Audra Martenot, Shylo Martinez, Candace Mowbray, Francesca Aquado, John O’Neill, Camilo Perez-Mejia, Djohariah Pfaehler, Lynn Litzinger, Dale Stein, Toby Towson, Mark Valko, Justin Wilson, Mark Youngblood


MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL Welcome to the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts performance of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” We are so excited to have this opportunity to bring this production to you. Barbara Ingram School for the Arts is a family of learners attached by our dreams, and driven by our passion. We rally behind a shared mission and vision to train students for college and career, while preparing them to be leaders and visionaries. We are all learning to find our way in this world. For some, the path is obvious and traditional, while for others, it may not be as easy. BISFA creates that unconventional passageway to help students find their wings (or feet) and follow their passion. Occasionally there are barriers in our way when we choose that road less traveled. To accomplish what seems impossible, we make sacrifices and we dare to take risks. We dare to be different. We dare to be ourselves. We learn to fail, so we can we dream in search of excellence. We have to follow our heart, and have faith and hope to persevere through the rough times. Thank you to the outstanding students for their talent, time, kindness, and many hours of devotion to this project. I am continually amazed at what you are able to accomplish and achieve each day. Thank you to the teachers, staff and parents who make this happen. You are the magic makers – I am so impressed at your willingness to do so much for others. You are the role models for these amazing students. Thank you to the Washington County Public School System and the community supporting us. Come join us under the sea and become part of our world. Sit back and enjoy the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts production of “The Little Mermaid.” Rob Hovermale, Principal Barbara Ingram School for the Arts


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Congratulations Barbara Ingram School for the Arts for Premiering Broadway Motion Designs Scenic Projections for Disney’s The Little Mermaid Congratulations Barbara Ingram School for the Arts for Priemering Broadway Motion Designs Sceneic Projections for Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Scenic Projections for Disney’s The Little Mermaid Creative Director: Quentin E. Sanford At Broadway Motion Design, it is our goal to make first-rate scenic projections affordable and accessible to amateur theatres. By melding the art form of scenic design with state-of-the-art technology and excellent animations, we achieve just that.

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WHO’S WHO

Ruth Ridenour, Director

Kyle Weary, Musical Director

Shylo Martinez, Choreographer

Cinnamon Rowland, Production Stage Manager

RUTH A. RIDENOUR (Director) has been an Arts Instructor for Washington County Public Schools for forty years. She is thrilled to be working at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts as the Director of Theatre Arts. Since it’s opening in 2009, she has directed all main stage productions including Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Phantom of the Opera, Beauty and the Beast, Legally Blonde the Musical, The Wizard of Oz, and Shrek the Musical. Ruth has also stage many black box productions including this season’s Forbidden Broadway. Prior to Barbara Ingram, Ruth taught for thirty-two years at Williamsport High School, where she founded the SophistiCats, the first Show Choir in Washington County. In addition to her work in the public school system, she directs the New Creation Choir at Benevola United Methodist Church and is a past president of Potomac Playmakers, where she acted, directed and costumed shows for over 40 years. KYLE J. WEARY (Music Director) recognized as a leader in teaching music literacy and contemporary commercial music, Kyle J. Weary has been invited to present educational sessions in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Texas. Kyle’s articles on teaching music literacy and vocal pedagogy in the choral rehearsal have appeared in Choral Director Magazine. In 2013, Kyle had the honor of being nominated for the new GRAMMY music educator award. In 2015, Kyle has been nominated for Washington County’s Teacher of the Year and was selected as a quarter finalist for the 2016 GRAMMY music educator award. Kyle is the Lead Teacher of the Vocal Music Department at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. Kyle also maintains a private studio teaching voice and previously served on the faculty at Shepherd University. As guest conductor, Kyle has conducted honor choirs in Allegany County (MD) Washington County (MD), Vermont, and with The Maryland Symphony Orchestra. The Barbara Ingram Choirs had their first Carnegie Hall appearance in 2010. Kyle’s students have been selected as members for Maryland All State Junior and Senior choirs, All Eastern Choir, and All National Choir. Kyle’s choral ensembles are consistently rated superior at District and State choral festivals. Kyle holds a Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music in Conducting from Shenandoah Conservatory of Music. Kyle is also a graduate of the Contemporary Commercial Musical Theatre Vocal Pedagogy Institute at Shenandoah University. Kyle has been music director for productions at Barbara Ingram since its inception. SHYLO M. MARTINEZ (Choreographer/Music Theatre Dance Instructor) currently on Faculty at Shenandoah University for Dance. She is a proud graduate of NYU with a BFA in Dance. Professional credits include: Wicked National Tour as the Witch’s Mother and female swing, Twyla Tharp’s Broadway Show Movin Out as matinee Judy and female swing during it’s World Tour, Cats in Hamburg Germany as Vicotria. Regional Professional credits include: CATS, West Side Story and Finian’s Rainbow at Walnut Street Theatre and The Fulton Opera House in Phila. NYC Credits include Radio City Music Hall’s Christmas Spectacular. Motion Picture Credit: Winter’s Tale. AEA, AGVA, SAG Member CINNAMON ROWLAND (Production Stage Manager) is the music and theatre teacher at Emma K Doub School for Integrated Arts and Technology. She has been involved with theatre in schools and community theatre for over thirty-five years as an actor, choreographer and director. Cinnamon has served as stage manager for Thoroughly Modern Millie, A Christmas Carol, Phantom of the Opera,

TECH CREW

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Bottom Left to Right: Aaron Fields, Jordan Bryant, Nathaniel Lewis Middle Row Left to Right: Hannah Salman, Jamil Segers, Zachary Blanton, Connor Walzl, Matthew Bender Back Row Left to Right: Kyle Braun, Rachael Lum, Jasmin Seiver, Olivia Barton, Nathan Haupt, Meaghan Dal Collo, Michaela Smallwood, Kaitlyn Young


Beauty and the Beast, Yes Virginia the Musical, Legally Blonde,The Wizard of Oz, Shrek the Musical and the Christmas Spectaculars at Barbara Ingram. She is also the choreographer for the Music Theatre Ensembles at BI, directs the Junior Class Play annually for the One Act Play Festival and is the coordinator for the C.A.T.S program at BI. Cinnamon is a member of Alpha Psi Omega, a national theatre honor society.

Jimmy Spinnler

Eve Stanley

Maricielo Valentin

Lindsay Vann

Kaylee West

Andrew Weyant

Amelia Workman

Ali Yilmaz

Jacob Young

Colton Zang

Nicole Zimmerman

Morgen Zwicharowski

Best of Luck Seniors!

ROB HOVERMALE (Principal) born in Hagerstown, Maryland, Dr. Hovermale received his doctorial degree through University of Maryland in educational leadership. He received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Music Education from Towson University in Baltimore. He received his Administration and Supervision certificate from Frostburg University. Previously he served as the Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts for Washington County Public Schools between 2002 and 2013. Prior to that he taught 3 years in Baltimore and then was the band director at E. Russell Hicks Middle School in Hagerstown for 11 years. He has adjudicated and guest conducted around the state. As an undergrad, Rob studied composition under contemporary composer Theldon Myers. He has composed the original music for many local productions. In addition to composing and arranging music, Dr. Hovermale continues to perform with the band Staff Infection and is a strong advocate for arts in the schools. DENISE HUNT (Assistant Principal) received her B.S. in elementary education from Wilson College and her M.S. in educational leadership from Hood College in Frederick, MD. She has been with WCPS for 28 years, working at many schools throughout the county. Her experiences include classroom teacher, intervention teacher, student achievement specialist, administrative intern, and assistant principal. She has always been inspired by the arts, and is thrilled to be a part of Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. JACQLYN ZITO-EDWARDS (Music Theatre Vocal Instructor) receiving her B.M. from The Cleveland Institute of Music and her M.M. from LSU, Jacqlyn has performed with companies including Bay View Music Festival, The KNOW Theatre, Wayside Theatre, and Tri-Cities Opera. A specialist in Contemporary Commercial Music styles, she has studied voice pedagogy with Jeanette LoVetri and completed certification in levels I-III of Somatic Voicework™. Mrs. Edwards also teaches voice at her private studio, The Contemporary Voice Studio of Northern Virginia.

KATIE GROH FITZSIMMONS (Vocal Instructor) a Graduate of Bucknell University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and masters in vocal performance from the University of North Carolina, Katie teaches private vocal lessons at Barbara Ingram. She has performed many operatic and musical roles. JUSTIN WILSON (Vocal Instructor) a graduate of Shenandoah University, Conservatory of Music, Derek holds a Bachelor in Music, in Music Education and a certificate in Vocal Performance. He also holds a Master of Music in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance, and a Certificate for Levels I & II in Somatic Voicework: The LoVetri Method. He has performed around the world and is currently an Artist-In-Residence at BI. FRANCESCA AGUADO (Vocal Instructor) a Mezzo-soprano, Francesca is a native of Maryland who performs frequently throughout the greater Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area. In May Ms. Aguado will portray the role of Zerlina in the Hub Opera Ensemble’s production of Don Giovanni and in July she will travel to Sicily for advanced musical studies as well as concert engagements. Ms. Aguado holds a Master’s degree in vocal performance from Towson University and a Bachelor’s degree in music from the University of Maryland. In addition to an active performance schedule Ms. Aguado teaches voice at Hagerstown Community College, the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts and with her own private voice studio. MIKE FURST (Sound Design) graduated from Lebanon Valley College in 2014 with a B.M. in Music Recording Technology. Currently works for Triforce Pro Audio LLC and services musicals and other live productions in the Lancaster, Harrisburg, and Hershey area in Pennsylvania.


CAST BAILEY HOVERMALE (Ariel) is a musical theatre senior, is thrilled to be a part of this production! She has been singing, acting, and playing piano since she was 6. At BISFA, Bailey has performed in numerous productions, including Shrek the Musical (Shoemaker’s Elf, Blind Mouse), and The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy U/S, Gloria, Crow). She’s incredibly blessed to study at BISFA, and she aspires to perform professionally after college. KYLE JAMES JACOBUS (Prince Eric) is a senior musical theatre major. He has been in productions such as Wizard of Oz (Oz Guard/ Dancer), Into the Woods (Jack), and most recently Shrek (Pinocchio). Kyle is so grateful for the opportunities he’s had at BISFA and would like to thank everyone who has supported him throughout his four years here. He is so excited to be a part of this production. CAMERON GEIS (Sebastian) is a senior musical theater major and is very excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid during his last year at BI. After graduation Cameron will be continuing his education as a musical theatre major. Cameron would like to thank everyone who has supported him during these past four years and hopes that you all will enjoy the show. ADDISON PROSSER (Ursula) is a senior musical theatre major at BISFA and it’s a privilege to be able to share her love for the stage. Addie is very excited to play the part of Ursula! She loves what she does and she can’t wait to showcase everything she’s learned! She would like to thank everyone who had helped her through this journey. She hopes you enjoy the show! NADIA MCCLAIN (Ursula) is a senior vocal and instrumental major at Barbara Ingram. Following graduation, she plans to major in musical theatre. Nadia has been a member of the MD All State Chorus for 3 years, and she was selected for All Eastern Choir and All National Choir twice! She would like to thank her BISFA family, friends, siblings, and most of all her parents for helping her through these previous four years. Enjoy the show! HUNTER MORNINGSTAR (King Triton) is a senior vocalist at BISFA, and feels extremely blessed to be in a leading role in the musical this year. He has performed in the all-school musical for the past three years, and is excited to have this opportunity one last time. He would like to thank all teachers, family, and friends that have supported him for the past four years of his life.

PATRICK PRUNTY (Scuttle) is a junior and is a musical theatre major at Barbara Ingram. He is very honored that he had the chance to play Scuttle. He would like to first thank God for giving him the ability and opportunity to entertain and inspire others through acting. He also wants to thank his parents, brothers, and loved ones for the support and always being there for him. Lastly he wants to thank Miss Ridenour, Miss Rowland, and Mr. Weary for believing in him and giving him the best training here at Barbara Ingram. I hope you all enjoy the show!

Elizabeth Mackley

Gabriela Mendez

Abigail Miller

Bailey Minella

Tara Nalley

Krissie Neiman

Abigail Nigh

Emma Ortiz

Jordan Peiffer

Makenzie Prichard

Megan Scarano

Lauren Schwab

Adam Shank

Jared Shay

Rachel Sink

BRYNN DAO (Flounder) is a senior musical theatre major and is excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid in her last high school production. Brynn plans to attend a four year University studying Criminology. She would like to thank her amazing cast, family, and friends for making her four years at BISFA wonderful! JACOB EPSTEIN (Chef Louis) is a junior musical theatre major and is very excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid the musical because playing the Chef is such an enjoyable role. He would like to thank everyone who has supported him throughout all these years and he hopes y’all enjoy the show! BLAKE GOODMANSON (Grimsby) is a senior theatre major and is most very excited for The Little Mermaid! Blake will be going on a two year mission for his church this summer. He would like to thank all his people who did well at raising him. JOSIE BAKER-VAUTRIN (Flotsam) is a junior musical theater major, and has been involved in many productions at BISFA, including the Wizard of Oz, Fairy Tale Courtroom, Shrek the Musical, and Forbidden Broadway, as well as musical theatre solo and ensemble showcases throughout the school years. She is thrilled to be able to bring such a villainous character to life. ALEXIS WILLIAMS (Jetsam) is a senior in the Actor’s Studio and The Little Mermaid is her last musical at BISFA. She would like to thank everyone that she’s worked with over the past four years for their hard work. She would also like to thank her family and friends for their support, and God for the opportunities He has given her.


CHRISTIANA ANDERSON (Seagull, Ensemble) is a member of the vocal department at Barabra Ingram. Christiana is very excited to be part of The Little Mermaid as she is a junior in her first year at Barbara Ingram. She would like everyone who has supported her in her first year and hopes that you enjoy the show!

Megan Giffin

Liv Gilroy

Katie Grahl

JEANRIE ARECHIGA-RUIZ (Sailor, Ensemble) is a freshman vocal major who enjoys the atmosphere of the arts especially music. I hope you enjoy the show! AMANDA ASKIN (Ensemble) is a sophomore musical theatre student here at BISFA. She is thrilled to be a part of The Little Mermaid this year and is honored to be a student at Barbara Ingram. She would like to thank her parents, her siblings, and all of her friends and wishes all of her cast mates to break their legs.

Carissa Gross

Ivey Lynn Hicks

Tamia Hatcher

Emily Hoffman

Cheyenne Herson

Carinna Householder

Brady Johnson

Grace Kamensek

Regina Lachemann

Mary Lungu

LIAM CLARK (Ensemble) is a sophomore at Barbara Ingram. He is 16 years old and has been acting, singing, dancing for 5 years. He would like to thank all of his family for their support. HANNAH COUGHLIN (Ensemble) is her second time in the all school musical and she is very excited to be a part of it.

AMELIA BICKFORD (Princess, Maid, Ensemble) is a musical theatre senior and this is her fourth year participating in the musical and she loves every second of it. Next year, Amelia will be majoring in Fashion Merchandise and Design in Boston. She will miss being a musical theatre student. She wants to thank everyone in her life who have been her fans since the beginning.

MARIANGELYS DIAZ (Ensemble) Mariangelys has been dancing for three years and this is her second musical. After high school she plans to major in dance in college. It’s been an amazing experience for to be at BISFA.

MADELEINE BROWN (Tapping Seagull, Ensemble) is a freshman dance major who is extremely excited to be participating in her first Barbara Ingram school musical. She hopes you all enjoy the show as much as she does! She would like to thank her family and friends for all of their dedication and support. JOHN CANTOR (Sailor, Ensemble) is a sophomore in Actor’s Studio and very excited to be a part of this year’s wonderful production of The Little Mermaid!

Lily Kigin

MARSEJA CARDWELL (Ensemble) is a sophomore instrumental major. She is very happy to be a part of The Little Mermaid this year and can’t wait to hopefully be a part of future productions. She hopes everyone enjoys the show!

KYRA BAKER (Princess, Ensemble) is a sophomore vocal major and has been performing in local theatre productions since second grade. Kyra was previously seen playing Young Fiona in Barbara Ingram’s production of Shrek and has been selected into the Maryland All-State chorus two years in a row. She would like to thank her parents, family, and friends for supporting her through her time here at Barbara Ingram.

AILEY BODENHEIMER (Ensemble) is a freshman who is excited to have this opportunity to be here at Barbara Ingram. Ailey is glad to be in a musical as professional as this one.

Judah Ickes

DANIELA CARDENAS (Ensemble) is a sophomore vocal major. This is her first musical, but definitely not her last here at Barbara Ingram. She is planing to keep her music major after graduating and would love to attend BYU or The Juilliard School. She was a member of MD All State Choir this year. She hopes you enjoy this magical experience Under the Sea!

EMILY CURRIER (Ensemble) is a junior acting major and is very excited for this years musical. She would like to thank everyone who has supported her and hopes the show will make a splash.

CHLOE DICKINSON (Princess, Ensemble) is a junior in the vocal department, and is extremely excited to wear a ballgown on stage. She enjoys participating in the musical each year, and looks forward to the next show. Chloe has been selected for MD All State Choir for 3 years. ROBBIE DOTY (Leeward) is a sophomore in Actor’s Studio and would like to thank all friends and family for all of the continuous love and support. He hopes that you will all enjoy the show! AARON FIELDS a senior class “techie” whose mind is as bright as his future. Determined, he plans to pursue technical theatre as his career by attending Baldwin Wallace University in the fall.


JOSHUA GEBLEIN (Pilot, King Triton Understudy) is a senior vocal major at BISFA. Next fall, he will be attending Belmont University to study Film. Thank you to everyone who has made me a better person, and to everyone who has helped me excel to a place I couldn’t have imagined four years ago. I love you all, and God bless.

IVEY LYNN HICKS (Seagull Tap Dancer, Ensemble) is a freshman in the Musical Theatre Department at Barbra Ingram. She loves singing, acting, dancing, & playing piano. She has studied dance for eleven years and has been singing & performing for as long as she can remember. She would like to thank her teachers, friends, & family for all of their love & support. Enjoy the show!

MEGAN GIFFIN (Ensemble) is so happy to be in BISFA’s production of The Little Mermaid. She is currently a sophomore in musical theatre. She is thankful to be given this opportunity to go to school here at BISFA. Megan has done theatre for about seven years. I would like to thank my family, the cast, crew, teachers, and everyone who has supported all of us.

EMILY HOFFMAN (Ensemble) has been dancing since she was 3 and is now a junior dance major. She is very thrilled to be a part of the musical for the second year in a row.

LIV GILROY (Ensemble) is a sophomore musical theatre major and a proud member of The Little Mermaid ensemble. This is her second year at Barbara Ingram, and she is very grateful for all of her friends and family for supporting her throughout the years.

JUDAH ICKES (Chef, Sailor, Ensemble) is a sophomore in musical theatre. He loves comics and classic rock almost as most as he loves his school. Judah enjoys being a part of the yearly musical and looks forward to being a part of more great performances to come.

KATIE GRAHL (Adella/Maid) is a senior Visual Arts major and is excited to be a part of her first musical at BISFA. She would like to thank God, all of her friends, and her family who have encouraged her to get out of her comfort zone and perform one of her favorite shows.

BRADY JOHNSON (Ensemble) has been performing since he was 6 and is excited to perform in The Little Mermaid. He would like to thank God, his parents, and his teachers for this amazing opportunity!

CARISSA GROSS (Maid, Ensemble) is a junior musical theatre major at BISFA and is happy to be a part of such a wonderful cast filled with love and support from everyone. Carissa is ready to face what is yet to come at BISFA and the rest of her musical theatre career. Big thanks to her family, friends, and God. TAMIA HATCHER (Arista Carlotta, the head maid) is so happy to be a part of the BISFA family and in her third musical. She is thankful to be able to act with such wonderful people. She is looking at colleges such as Howard University and Tampa University to pursue acting. She wants to thank everyone who has supported her and taught her along the way. Enjoy the show, we put in so much hard work into it. CHEYENNE HERSON (Princess, Ensemble) is a junior in the vocal department. This is her third all school musical and loves being a part of the cast! She would like to thank everyone involved with the show, for making this experience so much fun!

Kyra Baker

Amelia Bickford

Ailey Bodenheimer

Madeleine Brown

John Cantor

Daniela Cardenas

Marseja Cardwell

Liam Clark

Hannah Coughlin

Emily Currier

Mariangelys Diaz

Chloe Dickinson

Robbie Doty

Aaron Fields

Joshua Geblein

CARINNA HOUSEHOLDER (Arista) is a junior vocal major and is humbled and ecstatic to be a part of The Little Mermaid.

GRACE KAMENSEK (Ensemble) is a freshman dancer, and excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid this year. She has participated in many different intensives over the summer to expand her knowledge of dance and performing. She thanks her family, friends, and teachers for their support and advice and hopes everyone enjoys the show as much as she enjoys performing it. LILY KIGIN (Mersister, Tap-Dancing Seagull, Ensemble) is a Junior at Barbara Ingram. She’d like to thank her family, especially her Mom, Rope, Nana, and Papa for transporting me to every rehearsal and for supporting me through this process.... and for letting me Heely around our kitchen. Ready for Senior year!! REGINA LACHEMANN (Seagull, Tap Dance Captain, Ensemble) is a sophomore dance major. She has studied various forms of dance for 10 years and has participated in many dance performances. This is her second year performing in the school musical. She is super excited to be a part of the cast of The Little Mermaid.


MARY LUNGU (Maid, Ensemble) is a junior vocal major, Mary is very excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid. This is Mary’s third performance in the all-school musical, and she is very excited for the opportunity to be working with such a talented cast and crew! Mary has been a member of the MD All State Chorus for 2 years. She hopes that you all will enjoy the show!

Bailey Hovermale

Addison Prosser

Kyle James Jacobus

Nadia McClain

Cameron Geis

Hunter Morningstar

ELIZABETH MACKLEY (Atina) is a junior in the vocal department at Barbara Ingram. This is the second spring musical she has been a part of and she is very excited to be working with such a talented cast and crew! She would like to thank those who put so much time and effort into this show, making it something we hope you will all enjoy. Elizabeth has been selected for All State Choir for 2 years, and All National Choir this year. GABRIELA MENDEZ (Ensemble) is a sophomore musical theatre major and I’m really excited to be in The Little Mermaid. I hope you all will enjoy the show! ABIGAIL MILLER (Ensemble) is currently a junior in the dance department, and is thrilled to be participating in the musical for the first time. Often confused with her lovely twin sister, Abigail sets herself a part as the Miller Twin 2.0: the new and improved version.

Patrick Prunty

Brynn Dao

Jacob Epstein

BAILEY MINELLA (Ensemble) is a junior theater major and is so excited to be in The Little Mermaid. She’s thankful to have so many amazing opportunities that she wouldn’t get most other schools. Go BISFA! TARA NALLEY (Tapping Seagull, Ensemble) is a senior dance major at Barbara Ingram, she has been involved in every musical since her freshman year. Tara is very excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid as her last show. After high school Tara plans to go to college and major in Special Education and plans to continue her passion for dance.

Blake Goodmansen

Christiana Anderson

Josie Baker-Vautrin

Jeanrie Arechiga-Ruiz

Alexis Williams

Amanda Askin

KRISSIE NEIMAN (Andrina, Seagull, Ensemble) i s a sophomore here at BISFA. Krissie would like to thank her biggest supporters. Her Mom, Dad, Katie, and John. Krissie hopes you enjoy our magical show! ABIGAIL NIGH (Ensemble) is a 10th grade vocal major at BI and is very excited to be a part of her first musical. She’d like to thank her family for supporting her and her decisions throughout high school and her friends because without them this wouldn’t have been possible!

EMMA ORTIZ (Princess, Ensemble) is a freshman vocal major and is extremely excited to be a part of The Little Mermaid, one of her favorite musicals. She would like to thank her family and friends for supporting her throughout the rehearsals, and she hopes you enjoy the show. JORDAN PEIFFER (Sailor, Ensemble) is a sophomore at BISFA who can’t wait to perform in his first Barbara Ingram School Musical. Jordan looks forward to his future at BISFA and what it will bring. MAKENZIE PRICHARD (Dance Ensemble) is a sophomore at Barbara Ingram. She is a dance major and this is her first musical. She is excited to be a part of the biggest event of the year and hopes you all enjoy being under the sea with us! MEGAN SCARANO (Dance Caption, Dance Ensemble) is a senior dance major, and is thrilled to be in her third musical at BISFA. She has enjoyed being the Dance Captain and a part of the Dance Ensemble. Megan will be attending WVU in the fall as a member of the Honors College and the Dance Major. She is extremely grateful for all the opportunities BISFA has given her. LAUREN SCHWAB (Ensemble) is a sophomore musical theatre major and is so excited to perform in The Little Mermaid. She would like to thank her family for being so supportive of her. She hopes you enjoy the show as much as she does! ADAM SHANK (Ensemble and Scuttle Understudy) is a freshman musical theater student and is excited to be in his second production with BISFA; his first being the Wizard of Oz. Adam is thrilled to be part of such talented cast and is thankful to work with the production staff. He would like to thank his family, friends and teachers for all of their support. JARED SHAY (Sailor, Ensemble, Sebastian Understudy) is excited to join the cast of The Little Mermaid in his first high school musical. A freshman vocal major, AMTC 2014 Grad, and performed in God and Country and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Jared was a member of Junior All State Chorus this year. He would like to thank God, his family and everyone at BISFA for their support.


RACHEL SINK (Allana, Maid) is a junior vocal major and she is thrilled to be in the cast of The Little Mermaid! This is her third year participating in the musical. Rachel would like to thank everyone for their support and hopes that they enjoy the show! JIMMY SPINNLER (Sailor, Ensemble, Eric Understudy) is a junior Musical Theatre major and is excited to be in The Little Mermaid. He would like to thank his family and friends for their support. He hopes you enjoy the show! EVE STANLEY (Ensemble) is a freshman dancer and is thrilled to be a part of The Little Mermaid for her first year at BISFA. She has auditioned for the Washington Ballet for various programs over the summer to study dance more in depth. She would like to thank her family and friends for supporting her and helping her to pursue her dream as a performer and hopes that you all with love the show as much as she does. MARICIELO VALENTIN (Princesses, Maid, & Chef Ensemble) is a senior musical theatre major, and is very excited to be performing The Little Mermaid during her last year at Barbara Ingram. Marci will be attending HCC in fall 2016 to continue studying Musical Theatre. She then plans on serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint. She hopes you enjoy the show. LINDSAY VANN (Adella, Maid) is a junior vocal major at BISFA. This is her second year in the musical and she is excited to swim on stage! She really hopes you all love this wonderful under the sea musical! KAYLEE WEST (Ensemble) is a freshman in the musical theater department and is very excited to be a part of the show her first year at BISFA. She hopes everyone enjoys the show! ANDREW WEYANT (Ensemble) is a freshman theater major and cannot wait to perform in The Little Mermaid this year. He hopes to attend BISFA for the rest of high school and is looking forward to the coming years. He would like to thank God, his family, and his friends for being with him along the way. Oh yeah, Hi mom! AMELIA WORKMAN (Aquata, Ariel Understudy) is a junior musical theatre major and is thrilled to be a part of The Little Mermaid! Some of her favorite roles at BI were Teen Fiona in last year’s Shrek and Carol Channing in Forbidden Broadway this past Fall. Amelia is thankful to be given the opportunity to attend BI among great teachers and students. She hopes to continue theatre in college.

ALI YILMAZ (Chef, Musical Ensemble) is a junior musical theatre major and is extremely excited to be part of The Little Mermaid. He has one more year of Barbara Ingram and he will make it his best year so far. He would like to thank all of the people who have been there for him. JACOB YOUNG (Sailor, Seagull, Ensemble) is a Vocal major. Jacob is a sophomore and glad to be a part of this musical. Jacob has been selected for MD All State Choir two years in a row and this year was selected for All National Choir. COLTON ZANG (Sailor, Ensemble) is a freshman vocalist major at barbara ingram. This is colton’s first production he has been a part of and he looks forward to the opportunity of working in such a professional environment. NICOLE ZIMMERMAN (Ensemble) is a freshman creative writer and is delighted to be part of The Little Mermaid musical in her first year at BISFA. Nicole is passionate about her writing and schoolwork, and is thrilled to spend the rest of her high school years at BISFA. She would like to thank her parents and teachers for all their support. She hopes everyone enjoys the show! MORGEN ZWICHAROWSKI (Ensemble) is a sophomore vocal major at Barbara Ingram and is excited to be in her first school musical, The Little Mermaid. Morgen has been a member of the Maryland All State Chorus for two years.

PIT ORCHESTRA MELISSA J. MACKLEY(Keyboard) is the Associate Director of Choirs and the Director of Piano Studies at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts , where she gives private piano lessons, coordinates the accompanists for recitals and concerts, teaches music theory/aural skills, piano lab, directs the Women’s Chorale and Concert Choir. She holds a Master of Music Degree from Ithaca College and a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Frostburg State University. In addition to her school piano studio, Melissa operates a private music studio at her home in Williamsport, MD and is an active church musician/choir director at St. John’s UCC in Clear Spring, MD. Melissa is held in high regard as an accompanist, choir director and collaborative musician by both vocalists and instrumentalists in the community. EMILY ROCHFORD (Clarinet) is a freshman clarinetist in the bisfa instrumental program. She is excited to be a part of the pit and has enjoyed learning new instruments and working with lovely new people! TATE HOPKINS (Horn) is a junior at BISFA, who enjoys playing french horn for multiple ensembles. He is a part of the Wind Ensemble and Orchestra for Barbara Ingram as well as a returning member of the Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra in Potomac Maryland. Tate has also played horn for other musicals such as Shrek and The Beauty and the Beast. NATALIE ROBINSON (Oboe/English Horn) (ensemble) is a senior at BISFA and has participated in one other school musical. She has received superior ratings for all four years at Solo and Ensemble Festival. She majors in flute performance, but was excited that she got the opportunity to play Oboe and English Horn in this Musical. Natalie is looking forward to playing for the show! OLIVIA GWISE (Violin) is a senior at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. She has played violin for 10 years. Olivia has performed in many local ensembles including: the Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra, the Shepherd University Preparatory Orchestra, and the Washington County All-County Orchestra. Next year she plans on going to college to study music performance. GEOFFREY FORD (Violin) is a Junior at BI and has been playing violing since he was 11. This is his second year doing the pit orchestra.

CONNOR BUCKLEY (Keyboard 1) is a junior piano major at BISFA and has been playing for 10 years. He accompanies the BI Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and has played with the pit orchestra for 3 years. He’s received superior ratings at both the regional and state levels of the solo and ensemble festival for the past 5 years. MEGAN ECKARDT (Keyboard 3) is a junior piano major at Barbara Ingram. She has played piano for 10 years. Megan would like to thank her parents for supporting her in driving to and from rehearsals. ELIZABETH ANDERSON (Keyboard 2) is a senior vocalist and is honored to be in the Little Mermaid this year and participate in the pit orchestra. Elizabeth will be attending college for music education in the fall of 2016. She would like to thank everyone who has believed in her at Barbara Ingram and made her the confident person she is today. PAUL ROCHFORD (Saxophone) is a senior instrumentalist at BISFA. He plays saxophone, piano and bassoon and has participated in many ensembles; jazz, classical and otherwise. He plans to attend Georgetown University to study politics this fall. MARTA CABENERA (Flute, Piccolo) is a Junior flute major at the Conservatory of Music of A Coruña (Spain). She has been playing for 9 years. She has received lessons from several of the better Spanish flute teachers. She has also attended lessons as just a listener of teachers from all over Europe in the Flute Convention in Seville. Last summer she took lessons with the flute soloist of the orchestra of Paris, Vicens Prats. This year she has started her studies at BISFA, receiving lessons from Mrs. Swanson. ALINA KANTSAVANKA (Flute) is a junior flute player at BISFA. NATHAN HAMMER (Drums) is a senior multi-instrumentalist at BISFA. He plans on studying visual arts and playing, producing, and recording music in college and forward. GABE HALL (Trumpet) is a freshman Trumpet major at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. Gabe has been playing trumpet for about 5 years. He is currently in Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra (PVYO) and recently was earned a Superior rating at solo and ensemble. I look forward to gaining more experience as I go through my high school years at BISFA. KYLE LAHR (Bass) is a BISFA alumnus, has been playing professionally in musical theater orchestras since his graduation from high school. He is excited to return for this production of The Little Mermaid.


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Welcome to the Summer Arts Academy! Our mission is to provide a creative and supportive environment for young adults to grow as artists, writers, dancers, actors, musicians and individuals. The Summer Arts Academy welcomes all area students to participate in the following programs. All programs will be held in the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts building located in downtown Hagerstown. All programs have limited openings so get your applications in early! ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING ACADEMY The Advanced Creative Writing Academy is designed to further enhance the skills and talent of semiexperienced writers and provide new ways of thinking and inspiration. Writers will engage with a variety of prompts and activities, adding to their existing portfolios and culminating in a public reading of student work. The academy is a wonderful precursor to the Creative Writing program at BISFA. Tuition: $100 Academy: 9:00 a.m. – Noon Dates: July 5-8 Grades: Rising 7-8 Grades DANCE ACADEMY This Program is designed to give students the opportunity to study a wide range of dance styles. The various styles of dance will include jazz, hip-hop, modern, ballet, lyrical, improvisation and composition. On the first day of class, students will be evaluated and placed in the appropriate level of study. Tuition: $200 Academy: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dates: July 5-8 Grades: Rising 6-12 Grades GUITAR ACADEMY This Academy is for beginning to intermediate guitars students wishing to gain or grow their guitar skills. Students will learn the fundamentals of guitar such as tuning, technique, chords and melodic playing in a variety of styles. If new to the guitar, it is strongly recommended that students enter the class with at least 1 year of musical study on another instrument. A limited amount of guitars are available for use during class. Tuition: $100 Academy: 9:00 a.m. - Noon Dates: July 5-8 Grades: Rising 5-7 Experience: 1 or more years of study of any instrument PIANO ACADEMY (CLASS SIZE LIMIT 10) This one week academy is designed for students who have had 3 or more years of traditional piano study and are proficient in reading music. Student should be familiar with piano technique and musical ideas. There will be emphasis on refining technique and learning more detailed methods of practice and performance; building upon technique and musical concepts. Students should have at least 30 minutes of daily practice time at home. Activities include but not limited to music and movement; repertoire; master classes; ensembles; piano technique; sight reading; ear training; effective practice strategies and use of the electronic keyboard lab. Tuition: $200 Academy 9:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dates: July 11-15 Grades: Rising 5-8 Grades Experience: 3 or more years of experience VOCAL ACADEMY The Vocal Academy provides students with a comprehensive experience in all facets of the vocal art. This academy emphasizes choral singing as well as experiences in solo vocal performance. Singers will have the opportunity to study with Barbara Ingram Vocal Faculty in private lessons and master class settings, as well as sing in a choral setting. In an effort to create an authentic Barbara Ingram experience, students will receive instruction in music theory, audition preparation, and other electives. Singers will have various opportunities to perform during academy, with a culminating performance for family and friends on the final day. The Barbara Ingram Vocal Music Academy promises to be a thrilling experience! Students should come to class with at least one solo selection learned (with accompanying sheet music for the accompanist). Tuition: $100 Academy: 9:00 a.m. - Noon Dates: July 11 - 15 Grades: Rising 7-9 Grades BAND ACADEMY Each day students will be involved in working on the fundamentals of music making which include; embouchure position, tone production, and facility. In addition to these, students will also be using computer programs to help them improvise, write and arrange music for their instrument. Finally, students will be watching YouTube videos of performances by various soloists or ensembles on their instrument to guide and inspire them. Tuition: $100 Academy: 9:00 a.m. - Noon Dates: July 18 - 22 Grades: Rising 6-8 Grades MUSICAL THEATER ACADEMY The Musical Theater Academy will provide professional level training in the musical theater arts for promising young artists by affording them the opportunity to study with a Broadway performer. Intensive training is offered in vocal technique, song interpretation, and character study as well as dance and movement training to current Broadway Musical Theater repertoire in small groups and full ensemble. At the end of this session students will have the opportunity to SHOWCASE to family and friends. Tuition: $200 Academy: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Dates: July 18 - 22 Grades: Rising 7-10 Grades ROCK BAND ORCHESTRA ACADEMY This academy is designed for students entering grades 6-9 who play violin, viola, cello or string bass. Students who are beginning a new instrument are welcome, as well as students who have played for several years. Students will learn epic rock tunes, the use of recording technology, and compose a rock tune. They will also have the opportunity to try an electric instrument, learn songs they’ve always wanted to learn and perform a gig on the last day. Tuition: $100.00 Academy: 9:00 – Noon Dates: July 25 - 29 Grades: Rising 6-9 Grades VISUAL ARTS ACADEMY The Visual Arts Academy is intended to allow students to explore various mediums and techniques in drawing, painting and print making. Emphasis will be placed on individual creative expression. Students will also explore the use of the principles and elements of design while learning to create a portfolio. Supplies: Students need to bring a sketch book, pencil, and an old shirt. Tuition: $200 Academy: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dates: July 25 - 29 Grades: Rising 6-10 Grades

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