CHRISTMAS VENDOR FAIR AND OPEN HOUSE 2022 (DEC 3)
Join us for our annual Christmas event as we invite the public into our space.
Vendors will be on site for some great Christmas shopping.
Auditions and rehearsals are open for visitors to see what we do.
Guided Tours of the Playhouse all day.
A Christmas Carol Performance 7:00 pm
A silent auction filled with $1000’s of dollars of incredible items.
10:00 am – Vendors open / Tours begin / Open rehearsal (James and the Giant Peach / Toy Camp)
12:00 pm – Open rehearsal (Madagascar Musical)
1:30 pm – Aristocats Open Auditions
2:30 pm – Tours end for the day
3:30 pm – Open rehearsal (STARS)
4:30 pm – Open rehearsal (Mystery at Shady Acres)
6:00 pm – Vendors close
7:00 pm – A Christmas Carol Performace
The Baker Street Irregulars
At Spotlight mysteries, dramas, comedies, and musicals are all explored. Each genre offers students a unique perspective, like the pictured performance of The Baker Street Irregulars.
All the greats!
Students are taught all the great plays and musicals with classics like Treasure Island being resurrected each season.
do something creative every day
A Performing Arts School
The Spotlight Acting School is a theatre school for children from ages 4 to 18. Our purpose is to provide a creative environment for children who want to learn about performing on stage and to foster a life-long appreciation for the arts. The classes are designed not only to expose children to the various aspects of the theatre but also to teach them how to be comfortable in front of an audience which is a valuable skill for a lifetime.
Everyone enjoys a good story!
As you can imagine, the telling of stories is one of the oldest art forms. When children participate in theatre, they learn teamwork, and how to feel comfortable in front of a crowd. But most of all, they learn to create a story in words, song, and movement. It is an enchanting experience for both performer and audience.
Many performance opportunities.
Spotlight presents over 200 performances each season giving children access to stage time not possible in a typical school setting. Being in a theatre production is something your child can assimilate and develop as a lifelong skill and pleasure.