Campers will sing and dance their way into audience’s hearts with this adapted Junior version of “Singin’ in the Rain.” Based on the original 1952 movie, this musical features many of the same scenes and songs that audiences are sure to remember.
Set in the 1920s, the plot centers around the transition of motion pictures from silent films to talkies. With the advent of the popular movie, “The Jazz Singer,” movie studios knew that their futures relied on being able to adapt to this exciting new format. In “Singin’ in the Rain,” the fictitious studio, Monumental Pictures, decides to take its latest silent film, “The Dueling Cavalier,” and transform it into a talkie. While Monumental’s male star Don Lockwood has the talent to make the transition, their female lead, Lina Lamont, is lacking three important ingredients: the voice, the acting ability and the dancing talent. So, it is up to Don and his good friend Cosmo Brown to help the studio and save the picture. Enter the young, talented and lovely Kathy Selden who may not only be able to rescue the film, but may also turn out to be the girl of Don’s dreams.
Each camper will receive two complimentary tickets per performance.
Camp performances are general admission. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.