Summer 2020 registration is now live! Click on the programs below to find out more and register online or give us a call at 860-767-0026. We’ll see you on the stage!
CMS offers a variety of summer music and arts programs for all ages! The 2020 Summer Session runs from June 22nd through August 28th. We offer private lessons, musical theatre programs, group lessons, workshops, ensembles, and more. Summer registration is accepted for accounts in good standing (paid in full or enrolled in a payment plan). A limited number of scholarships are available in the summer on a first-come, first-served basis. You can download the application here.
Ages 4-9, $195 per two-week session (half day) or $375 per two-week session (full day)
This two-week musical theatre program is for students age 4-9 and provides the opportunity to experience every aspect of staging a musical with onstage and backstage roles for everyone – singing, dancing, acting, creating sets, and assembling costumes. These shows are fully-licensed productions taught in a child-friendly musical theatre format. We produce two shows each year:
July 6-17, 2020 (delayed – dates TBA): “The Jungle Book KIDS” directed by Olivia Patterson
August 3-14, 2020 (delayed – dates TBA): “Annie KIDS” directed by Nicole Palmer
Ages 8 to 16; $375 per session
This two-week musical theatre program is for students age 8-16 and provides the opportunity to experience every aspect of staging a musical with onstage and backstage roles for everyone – singing, dancing, acting, creating sets, and assembling costumes. These shows are fully-licensed productions taught in an intensive musical theatre format.
July 6 – 17, 2020:
“Disney’s Moana Jr.” Broadway Bound East ‘Virtual” Musical Theatre Intensive directed by Shari Wilcox and team SOLD OUT! Contact us to be added to the wait list! July 20 – 31, 2020 Postponed to Fall: “Disney’s Frozen Jr.” directed by Joni Gage
Ages 8 to 12; $275
For a truly unique experience, Director Joni Gage is offering a new musical theatre program just for ages eight to twelve. The final performance will be a selection of songs and scenes from School of Rock to take the students’ singing and acting skills to the next level. This is a great option for those in-between ages looking to move out of programs geared for younger children and into more robust theatrical productions. This program is intentionally offered to complement our Broadway Bound programs, for students looking to give their acting and singing skills a boost before they join the big kids!
June 22-26, 2020 (delayed to Fall, weekly after school): “School of Rock” directed by Joni Gage