During the academic year, students in our Conservatories and Ensembles perform in the intimate 150-seat Christopher and Dana Reeve Studio Theatre at Imagination Stage. These courses require a two semester commitment and require an audition, permission of a mentor or both. More information on our Conservatories & Ensembles HERE (pdf).
Acting Conservatory present The Love of Three Oranges
By Hilary DePiano – November 30-December 2, 2012
The students of Acting Conservatory take on commedia dell'arte with The Love of Three Oranges. A fantastical story of misunderstandings, misleadings, and three giant oranges filled with fairy princesses! Sent on a whild (and fruitless) journey by an evil witch, Prince tartaglia discovers more than he can ever imagine: love, friendship, and laughter.
Musical Theatre Conservatory presents Pippin
By Roger O. Hirson and Steven Schwartz – December 14-16, 2011
According to Director Jay Brock, "Pippin is about the journey of a boy who is looking to define his significance in the world by the milestones in his life, and I believe that the theme of finding that significance in the journey rather than waiting to arrive at those milestones is something that will connect to auiences of all ages." Recommended for ages 13+
Imagination Stage Student Performance Ensemble presents Seussical Jr.
Jan 5-6, 2013
Comprised of more than 30 studant actors, the Imagination Stage Student Ensemble will bring to life our favorite Dr. Seuss characters in a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza! Seussical, Jr. tells the story of Horton the Elephant, who must protect his tiny friend Jojo and all the invisible Whos.
Music by Stephen Flaherty; Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens; Book by Lyn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty; Co-conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, and Eric Idle; Based on the works of Dr. Seuss; Music supervised, Adapted and Produced by Bryan Louiselle
Pegasus Ensemble presents Pandora's Box
March 1-3, 2013
Pandora's Box follows Kate, a teenager who is struggling to find her place within the precarious world of high school. The evils of bullies and teasing have left her with almost no hope at all that she could find the strength to stand up for herself. But an ancient box opens up possibilities Kate never could have imagined...including the courage to help a friend in need.
Acting Conservatory presents The Ice Wolf
April 26-28, 2013
In an Inuit village ruled by spirits, superstition, and myth, Anatou is deemed an outsider by her own people. She embarks on a journey into a forbidden forest where the Wood God holds the powers to turn her into a wolf which forever changes the world she knew. This Inuit tale invites us to take a look at how we view ourselves, our world, and those around us. Photos>> TICKETS >>
IStage Dance Theatre presents Story of Us
Celebrate dance with new work from our IStage Dance Theatre ensemble! Story of Us examines the profound, complex, and beauty of relationships through choreography from our students and professional artists. Interwoven with humor, creativity, and emotion their diverse body of work explores the human experience through dance! Performances are free and first come, first served. We recommend arriving early to ensure a seat.
Speak Out On Stage Ensemble present Little Monsters
May 31-June 2, 2013
Something's just not right at A.B. Stoker Preparatory Academy: the children are unusually mean, there are strange noises everywhere, and the statues in the hallway seem to move when no one's looking. It's up to the first-year students to get to the bottom of things...before it's too late! TICKETS >>