Showcase Performance of Talented Youth Performers from ACT-San Diego
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The last date listed for ACT-San Diego: Benefit Showcase Performance was Monday December 8, 2008 / 7:00pm.
ACT – San Diego (Actors’ Conservatory Theatre) is proud to announce a Showcase Performance benefiting The Arc of San Diego. The show will feature some of San Diego’s most talented youth performing melodies from popular Broadway musicals, performed in groups, duets, and solos. The show is directed by ACT – San Diego’s Artistic Director Leigh Scarritt, and will take place at the Sherwood Auditorium at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla.
The Arc of San Diego has been providing services for people with disabilities and their families since 1951. The Arc is one of the region’s largest human service agencies, whose mission is to empower persons with disabilities, and their families by working in partnership to create opportunities to achieve their individual goals within the community. They have a rich tradition of developing quality programs for children & adults with developmental disabilities. All of their programs promote social, economic, and personal independence.
About the Ticket Supplier: ACT-San Diego
Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT – San Diego) is an exciting new theatre company for young people. ACT’s mission is to provide educational and artistic opportunities to young actors to perform, act and learn the art of stagecraft in a fun, satisfying, yet highly professional environment. This shall be accomplished by teaching, practicing and performing live theatre with youth who are interested in learning and becoming more involved in stage acting.
ACT offers classes and workshops taught by well-respected, professional actors and teachers. ACT also produces youth theatre productions of the highest quality to be found in San Diego with a production staff led by all-pro actor/directors, producers, musical directors and choreographers.