Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a high-energy, feel-good musical that will have you tapping your toes and humming along to its catchy tunes. Set in the 1850s, the story follows seven backwoods brothers who are all in search of wives. When the oldest brother finds love with a local girl, his six younger brothers decide they want wives too, leading to a hilarious and chaotic pursuit of love that involves kidnapping, a snowstorm, and some clever matchmaking. With iconic songs like "Bless Your Beautiful Hide" and "Goin' Courtin'", Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a classic musical that is sure to leave you smiling and singing long after the curtain falls.
We offer four choirs, orchestra, multiple instrumental ensembles, theatre classes and productions, dance theater classes, fine arts classes, summer camps and many socials, along with community service especially to the local nursing homes. This gives our students the opportunity to explore multiple group arts opportunities in different areas and to perform in many settings. We are also committed to a family friendly environment that is a safe place for students to develop in the arts. We also emphasize whole family involvement so that our group is a support for the priority of the family.
"Beauty and the Beast Jr." is a captivating musical adaptation of the classic fairytale, designed specifically for young performers and audiences. The story follows Belle, a book-loving young woman, as she offers to take her father's place as a prisoner in a castle owned by the Beast, a cursed prince with a frightening exterior. As Belle gets to know the Beast, she discovers his kind and compassionate nature, and sets out to break the curse with the help of her friends and the enchanted objects in the castle. Through themes of love and acceptance, "Beauty and the Beast Jr." delivers a heartwarming and magical experience that is sure to delight audiences of all ages.
Spring 2023 Voice and Orchestral Performances
Choral Concert - Friday, March 31 at Westminster Presbyterian Instrumental Concert - Saturday, April 1 at Lancaster First Assembly
Physical Address - 1025 Columbia Ave. Lancaster, PA 17603 Phone: (717) 256-2750