Grow your skills in singing, dancing, and acting, with Steve Crosby and Ellie Miller, as well as professional guest artists from around Central Kentucky. The final showcase will feature unforgettable characters and songs from our very favorite Broadway shows. Campers will have the opportunity to explore musical and acting solos, duets, and group numbers. High-caliber dance, as well as vocal and acting training all culminate into a fully staged production.
Camp begins on June 6, 2022 and will run for two weeks with a performance on June 17 @ 7:00PM. This is an all day camp Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
Everybody wants to be a cat! Join us for two weeks of fun-filled singing, dancing, and acting, while working to put on a fully staged production of Aristocats Kids! Students will have the opportunity to audition for a role, learn musical skills, learn choreography, and come together to create an amazing show!
Camp begins on June 20, 2022 and will run for two weeks with performances on July 1 @ 7:00PM & 2 @ 7:00PM. This is an all day camp Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
Jackson Becker, originally from Columbus, Ohio, has been dancing since the mere age of 5. He has always had a love for dance ever since he could remember, and while it started with ballet, he later turned to musical theatre dance and tap. You may have seen Jackson as Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls, Cosmo in Singing in The Rain with SCAPA, where he was truly able to exercise this passion of tap. Jackson also got the opportunity to film the first tap choreography DVD for iTheatrics in 2017, along with Broadway choreographers and performers. He looks forward to guiding the Spark students of Leeds Center for the Arts in their creative paths over this next year.
Margo BuchananDrama Teaching Artist
Steve CrosbyMusic Teaching Artist
Ellie MillerDance Teaching Artist
Ron WilburVoice Teaching Artist
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Ron graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Vocal Music Education. While studying there, he broadened his knowledge, diversely, in many areas of music, ranging from classroom management to effective stylings of vocal jazz. In addition to teaching, he has performed, extensively, throughout central Kentucky and abroad. In addition to performing, Mr. Wilbur leads many sessions and workshops here in the states and abroad, covering the pedagogy of the singer’s body, stage presence, and acting techniques. Ron is so very proud to serve as an arts facilitator for many organizations in Central Kentucky.
Energizing the community through the beauty and emotional power of the arts.