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The Sharon Playhouse Children’s Theatre program, designed for students from ages 7 to 13, will identify, strengthen and enhance each student’s performance skills, self-esteem and self-expression. Students receive training in dance and choreography, improvisation, acting, staging and vocal work while preparing to perform before a live audience on the Playhouse stage. Each of the sessions culminates in a fully staged production on the Playhouse’s main stage!
Students will attend camp Monday-Friday from 9:30PM — 3:30PM with performances Saturdays and Sundays on the main stage of the Sharon Playhouse
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Julianna Babb (Director/Choreographer BEAUTY JR.
Julianna is thrilled to be back at the Sharon Playhouse after choreographing last year's Willy Wonka, Jr. and 101 Dalmatians, Kids. Julianna is a Philadelphia based director and choreographer whose work has been seen at the Ogunquit Playhouse (School of Rock, High School Musical, Jr), the Palace Theatre (Camp Rock, Cinderella), St. Joseph's University (Beauty and the Beast), University of the Arts (Sideshow, Behind Bars), and Cheltenham High School (Bye Bye Birdie). She is a full time teaching artist, and currently teaches at Music Theatre Philly, Arden Theatre, and the Walnut Street Theatre. Julianna has also been seen regionally as a performer, including Bristol Riverside Theatre (The Producers), Media Theatre (Beauty and the Beast, A Christmas Story), and the Candlelight Dinner Theatre (Crazy for You, Curtains, Spamalot). She so looks forward to working with the students of Sharon to explore the creative possibilities of this enchanting story!
Michael Kevin Baldwin (Director/Choreographer ALADDIN KIDS.
Michael is a director, actor, teacher, and playwright. He teaches Drama at The Brearley School in Manhattan where he has directed such acclaimed productions as Les Miserables, Fiddler on the Roof, A New Brain, Into the Woods, The Crucible, Death of a Salesman, Our Town and A Bright Room Called Day. Michael co-created and directed the play #BraveSpace, which premiered at New York University's Forum on Ethnodrama. #BraveSpace explores the impact that theater has on the development of youth identity. Michael has previously taught Drama at Hunter College High School, Acting Manitou Performing Arts Camp, TADA NYC, The Sharon Playhouse, and The Falls Village Children's Theater. Michael proudly serves on the Board of Directors of the The Sharon Playhouse. Michael holds a Master's Degree in Education from The City College of New York and a Bachelor's Degree in Theater and Sociology from Skidmore College.