Talented Young Performers Showcase New Skills at Broadway Bound Camp!

Broadway Bound Camp at Jean’s Playhouse in Lincoln is up and running in full gear! The camp started Monday, July 8th, and already the talented actors-to-be are creating their culminating performance for family, friends, and supporters. The themes of this year’s camp are “Kids on Broadway” and “The Circus.”

Throughout this two-week camp, our young performers focus on learning skills in singing, acting, and dancing as they work exclusively with professional actors and artists employed at Jean’s Playhouse for the summer season. Our 30 campers’ ages range from six to sixteen, and all are working hard and enthusiastically to learn the songs and dances they will perform at the end of camp.

There will be two performances on Saturday July 20th. The 2:00 pm performance will feature vocal selections and dance numbers that showcase “Kids on Broadway.” The 4:00 pm performance will involve juggling acts, acrobatics, and many more fun and exciting vocal and acting performances that you would find at “The Circus.”

Tickets are $6 for all ages and are on sale now at our box office (603-745-2141) and can also be purchased generic premarin cheap pills online at jeansplayhouse.com. Come support these talented young stars and see how far they have come in just two weeks!


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