Summer 2022 Youth Programs!
Main Street LIVE is excited to bring back youth programming for Summer 2022!
Our programs will focus on building stories, collaborating with friends and instructors, and performing on stage. Activities will help them develop performance skills such as vocal variation and projection, body language, expressive movement, and dance steps. Students who prefer focusing on technical elements will learn roles that allow them to explore the technical world of theatre. Join us as we sing, dance, act and laugh!
Our professional program staff:
Virginia Jimenez, Director and Choreographer
Vinnie Gumlich, Music and Technical Director
Seret Cole, Scenic and Lighting Designer
Marilyn Trevor, Costume Designer
Registration forms* may be picked up in the MSL Office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 – 2 or downloaded via either option below.
Bring registration forms and payment to the Office no later than May 27th!
You may also place forms & payment in an envelope and drop in the mail slot at 131 W. Main
*Please note: students must be age 6 by April 15, 2022, to register for this program.
“I’ve been a part of SCRT since I was 7. After the first day at youth camp I was hooked. Finally, there was a place where literally everyone was accepted. I was able to “cut loose” as you’d say and be me. Because of that experience I was able to break free from the shy turtle shell that I lived in. I went back again and again, year after year until I became a part of the Resident Company.... SCRT is one of the best things I’ve done.
It has given me confidence and the skills to talk to people. I can make good split-second decisions, my time management skills are wonderful, and SCRT allows me to be me. Yes, I’d say SCRT is more than a performing arts center.”
-Cece Bak, SCRT Intern
Theatre is a starting point for careers in performing, broadcasting, lighting and sound engineering, architecture, teaching, human relations, and so much more. Local youth who have been trained by SCRT are pursuing educations and careers in highly respected fields. Many return to Trinidad to serve as mentors for current youth program participants.