MEDIA THEATRE NEWS---We are a professional music theatre company located at The Media Theatre in Media, Pa., only 20 minutes southwest of Center City Philly.
One of Philadelphia's Most Popular Theatres.
WINNER OF BROADWAY WORLD'S 'BEST THEATRE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA' (2012, 2013, 2014)
All Broadway Series Productions, Youth Programs, Educational Programs, and Summer Camps are produced by The Media Music Theatre Company (Artistic Director Jesse Cline)
CAMP MEDIA THEATRE HAS SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
Camp Media Theatre is entering
its fifteenth summer having become a very popular educational experience for
hundreds of youth from Delaware County and the surrounding region. Media Music
Theatre Company, which produces and maintains the Camp each summer, has
received a grant allocated toward scholarships for this award-winning educational
and fun experience.
Campers rehearse a show at The Media Theatre
The 50% scholarships are
applicable toward any of the five two-week sessions as well as toward the “Fiddler
On The Roof” Camp project.
Those interested in
applying for a 50% Camp Media Theatre Scholarship must meet certain criteria
and fill out an application form. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
if interested in applying for this special scholarship.
“Each year we have three age groups which have
daily classes in vocal music, dance, and acting,” explained Artistic Director
Jesse Cline. “During the latter part of the day camp, all three age groups work
together in putting a show together which is seen by family and friends the
final evening of the camp’s two-week session.”
“Our youth project,
which includes rehearsing and performing in an entire two-act musical, is a
unique theatrical experience as well,” Cline said. “This year, the full-length
musical with a youth cast is “Fiddler On The Roof”, which is one of the most
beloved shows of all-time.”
The camps begin June 16,
continuing for ten weeks. Cline continued, “The campers create their own small
scenes in the acting classes. Broadway music and choreography is added to the
scene work and a world premiere show is created every two weeks. It’s a fun way
for young actors to learn.”