Musical Theater Camp
Rising Grades 6 - 8
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Session I: June 17 -21
Session II: June 24 -28
Upper School Campus
$395 per session
In Musical Theatre Camp, campers will expand their musical theater abilities through a fun-filled camp focused on delivering a culminating musical production. This summer, campers will be rehearsing and performing Annie, a production that has captivated audiences around the world for over 40 years! Each day of camp will be filled with vocal music, choreography, acting, and more as campers help to create the show. On the last day of camp, students will perform Annie for family and friends.
The Musical Theater Camp is led by Ms. Lindsay Jagodowski, the SSSAS Middle School Drama Teacher and Assistant Director for SSSAS Stage One Players. Please contact Ms. Jagodowski at email@example.com.
Camp Staff Bios:
Ms. Lindsay Jagodowski, Director
Affectionately known as Ms. Jag, is the Middle School Drama Teacher at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School and Assistant Director for SSSAS Stage One Players. With more than 15 years experience on stage and behind the scenes, Ms. Jag uses theater as a creative outlet, a teaching tool and a vehicle for change. She is an artist-educator, dedicated to inspiring young minds. She began acting professionally at the age of 20 and served as a modeling coach in Boston. A graduate of both Smith College and Lesley University, Ms. Jag focuses on the developmental benefits of theater.
Ms. Dallis Byrne, Music Director
Mrs. Dallis Byrne is the choral director for the Upper and Middle Schools and is the Music Director for Stage One. Mrs. Byrne received her Bachelor of Music in performance and education from Ithaca College in 1995 and a Master’s degree in vocal music from the University of Louisville in 2004. Mrs. Byrne has been involved in music and theater most of her life, both on and off stage.
Ms. Katie May, Choreographer
Ms. May is the Choreographer for SSSAS Stage One Players. Ms. May graduated from St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes in 2009 and has been working on the high school shows for the last two years. From a young age, Ms. May always loved to dance and she continued that passion during college by being a member of the University of Richmond University Company Dancers and a dance minor. Ms. May uses dance as a way to connect with the students and to help them find who they are. When Ms. May isn’t helping with Stage One, she is the Minister to Youth, Children and Families at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Old Town Alexandria.